“Natures Miracle” Aloe is at the top of the list of natural remedies. Aloe Vera is also known as the magical medicinal plant. Traditional medication appreciates its detoxification, purging, acid neutralization and fat reduction. There are so many positives to the amazing benefits of Aloe Vera juice. There is an positive effect on the blood sugar levels and blood lipid concentration including cholesterol levels.

The leaf gel is the most valuable part of the Aloe Vera plant. The gel has been proven to contain over 150 vital substances such as vitamins, enzymes, polysaccarides and trace elements. This unique combination of ingredients and the way they interact with one another that results in the healing effect.

Aloe Vera aids in digestion and helps the body cleanse itself so it can better absorb nutrients. This super plant is also known to have “healing powers” and cancer fighting properties. The plant has a positive effect on the immune system and cal also reduce inflammations and free radicals. The result: Better oxygen supply.

Aloe Helps with:

  • Appearance of wrinkles
  • Scalp itch
  • Itching and irritation caused by insect bites, bee stings, and poisonous plants
  • Strengthen nails
  • Hydrates skin

Aloe Vera gel also has some amazing benefits. This gel can be used to treat minor burns, cuts and scrapes. In addition, it can reduce the appearance of scars including acne scars. Aloe gel contains Polysaccharides which speed skin growth and repair, and Glycol proteins which assist in the process by alleviating pain, irritation and inflammation. These combined attributes make aloe gel a powerful ally in wound recovery.

Aloe Vera has been known to stop hair-loss and aid in thick healthy hair. Just apply Unscented Aloe Vera gel to your scalp and leave it for about 1 hour, rinse hair with mild shampoo and lukewarm water to remove all of the gel. I use aloe for simply everything. I drink it first thing in the mornings, use it for wounds and burns, scalp treatments ect. I love this stuff for my skin.

How to use Aloe Vera:


4 – 8 tablespoons a day should be the max when taken internally. You can mix Aloe Vera juice with juice or smoothies to ease the strong taste of most pure Aloe Vera brands.

Freeze dried, cold pressed or Aloe plants are used for best results. Use aloe liberally, there are so many healing benefits.

Aloe is great for constipation. For this reason alone it usually will take the aloe a few hours to work. Please take Aloe Vera in moderation because it could be potentially dangerous for your intestines if too much is consumed.

For hair and scalp: shampoo hair thoroughly then place about a tablespoon of Aloe Vera gel  in your conditioner and let sit for about 10 min. Then rinse hair thoroughly. This mixture will make your hair stronger and give you a nice shine.

Here are some options for Aloe Vera juice and Aloe Vera gel:






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