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Succulent Aloe Care Instructions.avi

  • Posted on August 11, 2013 at 6:55 am

How to Care Instructions — Aloe.

How to take care of a dead aloe vera plant ?

  • Posted on June 9, 2013 at 11:55 pm

How to take care of a dead aloe vera plant ?
I noticed that there was a dead aloe vera plant in my English teaches room. He said that there was no sunlight in here and he can’t have anymore plants in his house. He then said if I want to take it and take care of it I can. Can you guys tell me everything I need to know to take care if an aloe vera plant … Well bring it back to life . I want to use it to put it on my face.

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if its dead its not coming back to life

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How can I take care of my Aloe Vera Plant?

  • Posted on May 18, 2013 at 10:59 pm

How can I take care of my Aloe Vera Plant?
I have a Aloe Vera Plant and It is getting yellow and brittle. It looks like it is dying. I put it in the sun at my window. What can I do?

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Answer by Jerry
the plant needs to be able to dry out but not completely dry out i recommend a bottom feeding water pot so the roots go for the water and your not over saturating the plant

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Forever Living Aloe Vera Personal Care Products

  • Posted on March 6, 2013 at 3:56 am

For more information visit:- Forever Living Products has combined all the benefits of aloe vera gel with the finest quality ingredients to offer you a range of natural personal care products that are second to none. From head to toe, our products have you covered with pure, stabilized Aloe Vera. From lotions and gels to shampoos and cleansers, look and feel your best with our complete Personal Care line!

Shopping Finds: Natural Skin Care & Hair Care Products

  • Posted on March 1, 2013 at 8:58 am

Hey guys! Here’s a Off Coupon for Vitacost. I buy most of my natural products here. In this video I’m sharing a few products I’ve been testing from Alba, Desert Essence, 100% Pure, Real Aloe, Wen hair care. On my nails: Zoya Pasha Products Mentioned: Alba Botanica Hawaiian Coconut Dry Oil SPF 15 Alba Botanica Hawaiian Aloe Vera Sunblock SPF 30 Real Aloe After Sun Spray Desert Essence Nourishing Body Oil in Desert Lime and Cactus Flower Desert Essence Tropical Coconut Hand & Body Lotion Alba Botanica Pineapple Enzyme Cleanser Alba Botanica Deep Cleansing Coconut Milk Cleanser 100% Pure…

Aloe Vera Gel Natural Skin Care – cure acne and pimples for ever

  • Posted on February 27, 2013 at 10:56 am Do you want to cure acne and pimples naturally? We have Aloe vera gel Natural Skin Care solutions. Aloe vera is a plant which is frequently used for herbal medicine purposes. Its extract is used to produce gel, juice, and other forms. Aloe vera or medicinal aloe is a species of succulent plant in the genus Aloe. Aloe vera plants grows in arid climates and found in Africa and India. Aloe vera is a proven herbal medicine for natural skin care, cure acne, treatment of wound and burn healing, minor skin infections. Aloe vera is used topically used…

how do you take care of an aloe plant from the cold?

  • Posted on January 4, 2013 at 6:54 pm

how do you take care of an aloe plant from the cold? a large (was at least 24″ in diameter) aloe plant.. accidentally, left it out in the cold (29 degrees F). it’s super mushy.. not strong, like in the summer-time. how pitiful! what can i do?

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Answer by fluffernut
It may be a goner. 29 is pushing the envelope…….and remember that wasn’t the exact temperature on the plant…….temps vary around the yard and at various heights.

All you can do now is let the plant decide what it wants to do. Don’t over water, of course, but give it the proper light and temperatures, NO fertilizer. They can bounce back.

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How do you take care of an Aloe Vera Plant?

  • Posted on January 2, 2013 at 8:53 pm

How do you take care of an Aloe Vera Plant?
I recently had an Aloe Vera plant given to me and I have no Idea how to care for it. How often do I water it? Does it need direct or indirect sunlight? Better kept inside or out? Please help!!

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This website will tell you everything you need to know:

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Aloe Vera Animal Care

  • Posted on September 28, 2012 at 2:00 am Aloe Veterinary Formula These drinks are considered the best natural food supplements. FLP Aloe vera drinks are liquid food supplements, containing stabilized gel—the inner pulp of the Aloe plant leaf. They contain over 75 known nutritive substances, in natural balance which helps maintain good health in animals as well as in people. They are beneficial for all the animals and they are easily added to food. These drinks have the effect of tonic, they support the immune system, healthy appetite, vitality and energy in active animals, lessening their sensitivity to external iritants. Aloe Vera is an ideal supplement that…

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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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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