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    Gramma's Itch Remedy
    submitted by Lauri

    If you have a question or comment about this recipe, please post it in the Comments Section below!

    This is interesting -- sounds weird, but works. It's an old trick my grandmother taught me, and I have used it on me and my dog, and it worked fabulously!

    Yield: one application
    Prep Time: 5 minutes
    Price Category: 1
    Difficulty Level: 1
    Shelf Life: None, keep refrigerated

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    Ingredients:
    banana skin
    1 tablespoon aloe vera gel
    1 teaspoon milk

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    Blending Procedure:

    1. Take the banana skin and scrape the inside of it until you get all the banana out.

    2. Mix the banana with the aloe vera (if you have aloe leaves you can pulverize them until watery) and milk.

    3. Make sure it is smooth.

    4. Apply to irritated area.

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