Fight 80 Disorders From Your Own Kitchen! A Step-by-step Manual For 150 Home And Beauty Remedies Using The Aloe Plant. Learn About The Biogenic Stimulation Method When Making Aloe Juice. You will learn: The history of Aloe's healing abilities and some proven impressive scientific facts How to take good care of your Aloe plant and what the signs of poor care are The amazing chemical composition of Aloe organized in a very-easy-to-read table Aloe Vera uses from A Z An explanation and step-by-step instructions on the biogenic stimulation method 130+ home remedies for 80+ disorders 25+ easy to make homemade beauty remedies, including a recipe for an anti wrinkle facial moisturizer 'Cleopatra' The best Free aloe resources. Aloe vera gel used externally helps with acne, sunburns, thermal and radiation burns, boils, dandruff, gum sores, dermatitis, edemas, hemorrhoids, inflammation in the eyes, insect bites and stings, psoriasis, skin rashes and irritations, ulcers, varicose veins, warts, wounds and wrinkles. When you apply freshly squeezed aloe vera gel on the affected area of the skin, it creates a protective coating which speeds up the healing process, decreases swelling and redness, reduces inflammation, relieves pain, promotes synthesis of collagen in tissue and prevents blisters in case of burns. Taken internally, it reduces inflammation which is involved in such diseases as ulcerative colitis, arthritis, and gastritis, helps with the reduction of blood sugar with both type I and II diabetes and has a powerful healing effect on Aids, cancer, tumors and many different immune system disorders. Mucopolysaccharides found in aloe vera are very effective intracellular antioxidants which is very important in preventing and treating arteriosclerosis, heart disorders and Parkinson's disease. Read more here...
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Obtain a leaf of aloe, the burn plan. Note that the leaves are fleshy, or succulent. This is commonly seen in plants in arid environments as an adaptation for water storage. Break open a leaf. Note the gel in die middle of the leaf. This contains aloin and chryso-phanic acid, ingredients that have been known for centuries to heal the skin. Many people keep an aloe plant in the kitchen window and apply the gel to minor burns and cuts. Aloe is the main ingredient in many over-the-counter first-aid crcams and in Oil of Olav, a famous cosmetic skin conditioner.
The Aloe Vera plant produces plantlets in a radial fashion around the mother plant. Each of these plantlets can be replanted and in turn will produce even more aloe plants in time. Because of Aloe's proven benefits to human skin, there is a lot of commercial interest in hydroponic production of Aloe Vera. The Aloe Vera plant produces plantlets in a radial fashion around the mother plant. Each of these plantlets can be replanted and in turn will produce even more aloe plants in time. Because of Aloe's proven benefits to human skin, there is a lot of commercial interest in hydroponic production of Aloe Vera.
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