Aloe Vera: The Natural Healing Choice
Aloe Vera: When only the real thing is good enough
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The Miracle of Aloe VeraFor many years I have found Aloe Vera to be useful for an enormous number of problems. I use it regularly on my skin for its soothing and healing properties, and internally to calm an acid stomach or to line a sore throat, or to damp down a tummy ache.
In our house we call it 'Nature's Miracle Plant', despite the fact that science has been unable, or unwilling, to authenticate its many traditional uses. But I don't mind that.
I just like growing them anyway and promote the use of Aloe Vera every chance I get. In fact, I grow so many that I regularly sell my excess, because it's important that everyone gets the chance to grow their own and enjoy the many benefits that come from its use.
The qualities of Aloe Vera have been documented and written about for centuries. In this website, I will try to bring you as much information as I can find about aloe, and as much as I have learned over the years, in the hope that it will help you to decide if it is right for you. This is with a view to providing you accurate and interesting information and evidence that will enable you to make confident choices when looking to give aloe a try.
Why Aloe Vera has been called the 'miracle' plant.
Here are a few things you can do with your aloe gel to help control or eliminate certain conditions that may be troubling you. It is not an extensive list, but I would love to add your ideas, treatments and recipies to this page. Simply email me with your ideas and what works for you. Thank you.
1. Athlete's Foot. Take some of your aloe gel, say quarter or half a teaspoon and mix it with a few drops of tea tree oil (Tea Tree oil is available from herbal shops, chemists, beauty suppliers both online and offline). Tea tree is one of those things that should be in EVERYBODY'S bathroom cabinet. Wash your feet, especially between your toes and dry them thoroughly. Apply the mixture, rubbing it in and making sure you get right in between your toes. Put your socks on over this to keep the mixture on your skin and leave for the rest of the day.