Aloe Gives You The Feeling Of Healing!

Aloe Vera

I would like to share with you my thoughts about Aloe!

Aloe Vera is a medicinal plant that is native to Africa and can grow up to tow feet in length.  The gel from the leaves is used as a skin treatment.  A dried sap from the base of the leaf is used for internal healing.  It’s very high in vitamins, minerals, and fatty and amino acids.

Aloe is an:

*  Anti-Inflammatory

*  Immune Stimulant

*  Laxative

*  Helps normalize blood sugar

*  Soothing To Digestive System

*  And other healing benefits

The gel helps to fight bacteria and helps to repair damaged cells caused from burns or other wounds of the skin.  It is an anti-bacterial, Anti-septic, and  Anti-fungal.  The Aloe Plant is great to have around as a house plant to be used when needed for the healing properties of its gel.  Works great for sunburns, if you get a little too much sun.

You can purchase the juice for internal healing.  Aloe juice is great for ulcers, Crohn’s Disease and is a wonderful detoxifier.  It also helps to keep the immune system strong and healthy.  Aloe juice should not be taken if you are pregnant, nursing, menstruating, or bleeding internally.  Never us it for extended periods of time.  Should not be used more than a week at a time and not every day.  This is something that can be taken periodically.

To use it externally, just break off an Aloe leaf from the plant and apply the gel that’s inside the leaf to burns or other wounds.  The gel soothes, keep  tissue moist, and restores body fluids.

An all around great plant to keep close by.

Article and Photo by Jeanne Wells

Click on the link below to purchase a variety of Aloe Vera products.

Vitamin World

Click on the link below to order Aloe Vera Gel!

Disclaimer:  This article is for informational, educational and entertainment purposes only.  Statements made have not been evaluated or approved by the FDA.  It is not intended to diagnose, treat or cure any illnesses or diseases.  I am not a physician.  The information on this article is not to be substituted for the advice of a qualified, professional health care provider.  Always speak with your physician before starting any new programs, supplements, diets, exercise etc.

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