WITCH HAZEL Side Effects & Safety
Witch hazel is safe for most adults when applied directly to the skin. In some people, it might cause minor skin irritation.
Witch hazel also seems to be safe for most adults when small doses are taken by mouth. In some people, witch hazel might cause stomach upset when taken by mouth. Large doses might cause liver problems.
Witch hazel contains a cancer-causing chemical (safrole), but in amounts that are too small to be of concern.
Rubbing alcohol and witch hazel are each very drying, so combined they'd be even more drying. As well, both have the potential to burn and sting.
The above statement is just an assumption but not based on research or experience. If you want some researched insight, take a look at the following:
What would happen if you ingested witch hazel
what is the name of witch hazel in pakistan? Tahir
Witch Hazel is not alcohol. Manny brands of witch hazel has no alcohol at all. Some brands do have a small amount of alcohol.
This is not an Indian plant in source. So, the name 'hazel witch' or 'witch hazel' can be adopted in Malayalam too with no form or sound difference.
Witch hazel bark and leaves.
Of "Distilled Witch Hazel Extract, 14 % Alcohol", I mean.
Wikipedia has a good entry for witch hazel, including a nice picture.
witch hazel is used as an alternative, more mild approach to alcohal. rubbing alcohal burns very badly, where witch hazel doesn.t but as far as antiseptic, and cleansing power, alchohal wins. witch hazel is nice for kids, who hate the burning feeling. but for an astringent or to be used on your face, witch hazel is the best.
Witch-hazel cone gall aphid was created in 1851.
yes witch hazel is perfectly safe to use during pregnancy.
Check out this site, they explain the uses for witch hazel. http://health.howstuffworks.com/witch-hazel-herbal-remedies.htm I am not sure about witch hazel but I know rubbing alcohol would work. The rubbing alcohol will just dry them out and get rid of them.