Aloe And Your Health - Free Report
The Aloe Vera plant is known by many different names by the multitude of cultures that
have used it for their own benefit throughout the ages. This “lily of the desert” is a
succulent member of the lily family that can be traced to the warm dry climates of
Northern Africa. The 4000-year-old writings of the Ancient Sumerians mention this
“wonder plant” citing its numerous qualities and uses.
The ancient Egyptians also mention this “medicine plant”,
and its use was also mentioned in the medical canons
of the Greeks and the Romans (Cleopatra used it as a beauty aid). Caricatures of the
plant drawn on the walls of tombs were thought to signify immortality and Medieval
Monks used it as balm for wounds and bruises.
Throughout the ages right up to these modern times, the Aloe Vera plant has been
used to treat a long list of ailments as well a host of cosmetic purposes. The inner gel
has soothed flesh wounds such as burns, cuts, scrapes and stings; it has also been
used for headaches, gum sores, hemorrhoids, skin disorders (dermatitis, psoriasis),
acne, dandruff, and even baldness.
constipation, dysentery, and kidney disorders. The plant has spread throughout the
world and has been used by cultures on every continent with the exception of
Antarctica and has been regarded as a valuable medicinal plant right up until the
Researchers, Clinicians and medical investigators have been finding an increasing
number of valuable uses for the Aloe Vera plant.
It has been studied for its effectiveness on:
✔Bacterial infections such as staph , strep, conjunctivitis and yeast infection
✔Viral infections such as Herpes simplex and shingles
✔Inflammations caused by arthritis, allergies, surgery, infections, burns,
ulcerations, insect bites, ect.
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