Aspirin (Salicylic Acid)

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Uses for ASPIRIN (Salicylic Acid) by M. Redfish

Hippocrates used salicylic acid, a dirivative of acetylsalicylic acid (aspirin), is a powder extracted from the inner bark of a willow tree.

Temporary relief from fever, aches, and pain.
Taken properly, protect from heart attack or stroke.
Treat acne keeping pores clean
As a moisturizer
Salicylic acid is an ingredient in many dandruff shampoos
Helps exfoliate flakes on skin and scalp
Crush 2 or 3 aspirin into a normal amount of shampoo in hand. Let sit 3 to 5 min
Anti-inflammatory helps reduce swelling and pain from insct biites. Use paste form
Helps in garden activating plants natural defenses and preventing fungus. Increases growth rate – Dissolve 1 pill/gal water, spray onto plants (indoor or out)


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