Aloe is nutritious herb for every cell of the human body. When the cell is healthy, it is resistant and able to perform all functions and ‘nature gave them. Herb for their own survival in meager circumstances developed rich amounts of vitamins, amino acids, enzymes and minerals to ensure their survival.

The beginning of anything is always important, whether it’s a relationship, a movie, or the start of your day. It’s the foundation for all that follows. What we put into our bodies first thing in the morning is no different! It can either launch us or bog us down.
Enter aloe vera, touted for centuries as one of nature’s medicinal elixirs. It was said to be the source of Cleopatra’s irresistible beauty, and was also popular with Aristotle and Alexander the Great.
1. It helps build lean muscle mass. 
Aloe helps in fat loss through it’s detoxifying effects, and helps build lean muscle mass because of it’s rejuvenating properties.
2. It’s great for the skin. 
Aloe purifies the blood, and reverses collagen damage and wrinkles. It contains sulfur, which helps to restore elasticity and flexibility. It’s also great for healing skin burns and wounds. Legend has it Alexander conquered the island of Socotra just to stock up on Aloe for his army.
3. It balances you. 
In Ayurvedic medicine, it’s said to be tri-doshic, which means that it balances out the five elements of earth, water, fire, air and ether within our system.
4. It boosts immunity. 
Aloe’s polysaccharides fight viral, nanobacteria, and fungal infections. It supports both the liver and spleen.
5. It calms your nervous system. 

IF YOU SPLIT A LEAF IN HALF AND SQUEEZE IT, YOU`LL GET THE GEL OUT OF IT, WHICH CAN BE USED TOPICALLY FOR:

  • Eczema and acne
  • Heals burns
  • Treat boils, rashes and any type of skin condition
  • Wounds healing
  • Skin hydration
  • Shampoo and hair conditioner against hair loss
  • Shaving gel
INTERNAL USЕ:
  • Blood sugar regulation
  • Immunity boosts
  • Reducing indigestion
  • Improves blood flow and heart work
  • Improves urinary tract function
  • The Aloe Vera plant comes from North America, and the first recorded uses originate from Ancient Egypt, in the form of Papyrus called ebers containing 12 recipes on how to use the plant in order to benefit its properties. From that point, this plant has become an incredible remedy for various conditions, included in both traditional and alternative medicine,

Give Aloe Vera a try, and avoid artificial medications, the results will be more than expected.

 

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Aloe is nutritious herb for every cell of the human body. When the cell is healthy, it is resistant and able to perform all functions and 'nature gave them. Herb for their own survival in meager circumstances developed rich amounts of vitamins, amino acids, enzymes and minerals to ensure...