It is not for nothing that Aloe Vera is a much-loved plant in many cultures. There is probably no other plant on our globe that has so many fantastic features. The wonder plant Aloe Vera is sometimes called ‘Pharmacy in a Pot’!
Aloe Vera has been known for more than 2000 years for its nurturing and healing properties. Aloe Vera can be used in two ways: externally, as gel (on the skin) and internally, in the form of juice.
We list the amazing properties of this wonder plant;
Aloe Vera gel:
– works moisturizing
– cools in sunburn
– slows the effects of skin aging
– keeps the skin soft and supple
– works cooling
– works skin-cleansing
– accelerates the repair of wounds, burns & abrasions
– helps with insect bites (itch etc)
– reduces and prevents scarring
– gives improvement in rashes and skin problems (such as acne, eczema and psoriasis)
– helps with muscle pain and joint pain!
Aloe Vera juice:– contains essential nutrients
– contains more than 20 minerals
– contains all essential amino acids
– is rich in vitamins: A, B1, B2, B6, B12, C and E
– for healthy bowel function and bowel movements
– gives more energy and promotes sporting performance
– improves absorption of nutrients and vitamins
– strengthened immune system
– lowers cholesterol level
– helps maintain a healthy balance of sugars & fats in the body
– purifies the airways
– gives relief to varicose veins
– supports recovery after illness
The Aloe Vera plant or ready-made Aloe Vera juice (make sure the juice is pure and unprocessed) are easily available in the Netherlands.
How do you use the Aloe Vera plant?
Cut a leaf as close to the root as possible and then cut it completely open. The gel can be scraped out like this and the juice drips out. It can not be more pure. A small amount of Aloe Vera juice every day is enough. The best thing to do is take it for breakfast in the morning. You can mix it with water or use it in your smoothie / juice!
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