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MY GRANDMA HAD AN ALOE PLANT IN HER YARD IN FLORIDA. SHE PEELED THE
COVER FROM THE PLANT AND RUBBED IT ON THE SUNBURN. IT WORKED FINE.

Submitter comment: OUR FAMILY WOULD ALWAYS VACATION UN FLORIDA, AND THE LITTLE ONES
GET SUNBURNED. MY GRANDMOTHER HAD AN ALOE PLANT IN HER YARD SHE USED
TO SOOTHE OUR PAIN. INTERESTINGLY, ALOE HAS BECOME A MAIN INGREDIENT
IN TODAY'S SUNTAN LOTIONS.

Where learned: FLORIDA ; VENICE

Subject headings: Favorites
BELIEF -- Plant

Date learned: 00-00-1966

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