Stay Naturally Healthy with Aloe Vera
A number of my friends asked me how Aloe Vera, which has long been in use in cosmetics, was never ever used in medicine, in modern times and in ancient times. I was astonished to hear that they did not know that Aloe Vera, which I considered all these years to be a very common useful healing herb, available right at hand was an excellent, important, and ready beneficial herb. More
Table of Contents
Difference Between Aloe Vera Juice And Aloe Vera Gel
Some More Aloe Vera Tips
Aloe Vera for Mouth Diseases
Astrid’s Aloe Vera Gel Toothpaste
Heart and Chest Diseases
Heart Related Diseases
Aloe Vera for Stomach Ailments
Hernia And Hydrocele
Cirrhosis of the Liver and Enlarged Spleen
Dropsy And Hemorrhoids
Aloe Vera Bread
A number of my friends asked me how Aloe Vera, which has long been in use in cosmetics, was never ever used in medicine, in modern times and in ancient times. I was astonished to hear that they did not know that Aloe Vera, which I considered all these years to be a very common useful healing herb, available right at hand was an excellent, important, and ready beneficial herb. But then familiarity breeds contempt.
So this book is for all of them, to tell them all about the magic power of Aloe Vera, and how the gel, juice, and the concentrate has been in use for millenniums in order to cure diseases as well as prevent them.
And yes, in ancient times, especially in Greek, Roman, Egyptian, Indian, Chinese, Japanese, and Eastern as well as Western medicine, Aloe Vera was an integral part of the natural herb pantheon. The Egyptians and the Greeks called it the cure all. They used it for everything from curing sunburn to steadying their high blood pressure and it is a sad thing that science-based medicine is preventing the use of Aloe Vera to cure a number of chronic diseases and ordinary diseases naturally.
In Vietnam, you can recognize aloe under the name of Loe Hoi. In Greece, everybody knew about the healing powers of Aloe Vera in the times of Alexander when his teacher Aristotle told him to capture the island of Socotra where there was a native species of superior Aloe Vera growing. And this was around 2400 BC. Even at that time they knew all about the value of Aloe Vera gel, Aloe Vera juice, and took plenty of advantage of such rich sources of Aloe Vera growing wild, and being cultivated by the natives.
In ancient times, in many parts of the East, Aloe Vera was chopped up into small pieces, and fried in clarified butter. It was then given to the patients to relieve them of pain and cure them of a large number of diseases. It was also a secret weapon for all those beauties who wanted to stay eternally young.
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