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Aloe Vera – The Plant of Immortality and its benefits

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Aloe vera has long been known by the physicians for its various medicinal properties and the chemical constituents that are found to be occurring in it, it i…

The Benefits of Aloe Vera. The Miracle Plant

  • Posted on May 11, 2013 at 7:04 am

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Benefits of Aloe Vera

  • Posted on April 23, 2013 at 9:26 pm

Aloe vera contains many minerals vital to the growth process and healthy function of all the body’s systems; a general tonic for the immune system, helping it to fight illness of all kinds. Various research studies are underway to explore the potential of aloe vera components to boost immunity and combat the HIV virus, and to treat certain types of cancer (particularly leukemia). It may even have a role to play in managing diabetes. Aloe vera, one of the finest body cleansers, cleaning morbid matter from the stomach, liver, kidneys, spleen, bladder, and is considered the finest, known colon cleanser.…

The Health Benefits of Aloe Vera Gel and Juice

  • Posted on March 10, 2013 at 10:54 pm Aloe vera has been used around the world for thousands of years! This video will teach you the many benefits…

Aloe Heat Lotion Benefits, Reviews Testimonies

  • Posted on February 1, 2013 at 2:03 pm

Aloe heat lotion, this rich emollient lotion contains deep heating agents to make it the ideal massage companion for tired muscles and dry skin. Aloe Heat Lotion is a pH-balanced, lubricating lotion designed for a soothing, relaxing massage. The deep penetrating power of Aloe Vera will help soothe your muscles after sports or hard workouts! For more info visit:

Does anyone drink aloe vera juice or no someone who does, what benefits have you gotten from drinking it?

  • Posted on January 22, 2013 at 12:54 am

Does anyone drink aloe vera juice or no someone who does, what benefits have you gotten from drinking it?
I remember years back my mom use to drink aloe vera juice. I was thinking about drinking it jus as a supplement to stay healthy and build up my immune system. Of course, I am not sure if aloe vera juice is used for this purpose. I just wanted to know if anyone drinks it and what for, what benefits do you get from it.

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The only use I know of for Aloe Vera Juice is that it is a very natural laxative. Many people use it in small amounts to stay regular.

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benefits of aloe vera

  • Posted on December 16, 2012 at 3:01 pm

Aloe vera is universally accepted as a medicinal plant that possess compounds, vitamins and minerals, amino acids, sugars, anthraquinones that help in digestion, cleansing or detoxification, maintenance of good health, and alleviating ailments. It has been studied as effective against bacteria and viruses, as well as a cancer fighter (Dr. Oz show, april 28, 2011). It is good for the body inside and out. It has been known as the miracle plant, the burn plant, the silent healer, the wand of heaven, because of its known healing properties.

The Benefits of Aloe Vera

  • Posted on September 7, 2012 at 11:01 pm

Aloe Vera is the “Miracle Plant” known for it’s healing properties. Aloe Vera is the plant on which Forever Living Products have based all their products. For more information please visit:

Aloe Vera – Benefits and Uses in Health and Skin Care

  • Posted on August 31, 2012 at 6:54 am

Aloe Vera – Benefits and Uses in Health and Skin Care

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Aloe Vera – Benefits and Uses in Health and Skin Care – Health

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One of the greatest achievements in the field of health and beauty is the use of herbal products and medicines to treat health conditions naturally. Herbs have mystical healing properties that make them suitable for treating diseases. One of the most blessed with healing herbs, is the Aloe Vera.

Aloe vera benefits are being realized today, as has been done by many of our ancestors in the past. For many years it has been used by native cultures of our planet and many others.

No other plant has dramatically shaken the medical world as the Aloe Vera. Cactus like the appearance and the lily family, aloe vera extracts are widely used in almost every form of natural health treatments. There are two extracts from the aloe vera plants are used – the gelatinous inner leaf is extracted and processed in a gel, and the yellowish fluid from the outer skin dries and becomes a powder.

Here are some of the benefits and uses of aloe vera.

– The most commonly used part of the aloe plants are their leaves and, in particular, transparent gel inside. Aloe vera is a plant that has wonderful healing properties and softening. Aloe vera contains numerous vitamins and minerals, enzymes, amino acids, natural sugars and agents which may be anti-inflammatory and anti-microbial. The combination and balance of plant ingredients is what supposedly gives it healing properties.

– Aloe vera is an energy source that contains more than 200 nutrients, including 18 amino acids and a variety of vitamins and minerals. Aloe vera gel consists mainly of water and polysaccharides (pectins, hemicelluloses, glucomannan, acemannan, and mannose derivatives). Polysaccharides are a type of carbohydrate that stimulates the growth and repair of the skin.

– It also contains amino acids, lipids, sterols (lupeol, campesterol, and beta-sitosterol), tannins, enzymes. Mannose 6-phosphate is an important component of sugar.

– Aloe latex contains compounds known as anthraquinones that stimulate the activity of the gastrointestinal tract. The anthraquinones derivatives include hydroxyanthracene, aloins A and B, barbaloin, isobarbaloin, aloectic acid, and emodin.

– Aloe vera is one of the substances used in the world for treating bruises and burns. Aloe Vera has been used medicinally for over 6,000 years. Aloe gel is available commercially in the form of stabilized gel, incorporated into ointments, creams and lotions.

– Aloe gel speeds healing of burns (fire, sunlight or radiation), and insect bites, and relieves itching and dandruff. Aloe vera heals third degree burns up to six times faster than traditional medical treatments. The aloe vera plant is intentionally a natural herb that is used for internal and external problems like ulcers, rashes, burns, etc.

– Aloe Vera has many medicinal and cosmetic properties. It is available as a gel, spray, lotions, juices, and cream in the form of a capsule. Aloe Vera gels and lotions have become very popular in beauty products, herbal products. Aloe Vera Cream is used with beneficial results in skin eruptions and allergies.

– You can have kidney problems or severe diarrhea in case of an overdose of aloe vera. Aloe vera contains burn healing effects, anti-inflammatory properties, reduction of property and the scar woundsOne may experience irregular heartbeats due to the reduction of potassium in the blood.

– Aloe Vera helps in increasing circulation of blood thus facilitating easier oxygen exchange between cells that feed them.

Be advised by a health professional before drinking the juice of aloe vera. Overdose of aloe vera can result in dehydration, stomach cramps or intestinal spasms, so one should follow the dosage instructions, while purchasing the product.

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