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Aloe Vera - Nature's First Aid Kit

How should I use my aloe leaves and gel?
Always use a very sharp knife or razor blade to slice your aloe plant. This ensures a clean cut every time and there are no ragged ends to become infected, or which may weaken the plant. A clean cut allows the gel to set at the cut, and for the plant to seal over the end of the wound, ready for next time.

You can cut off a whole leaf, or you can take slices. In the event of a small cut, sting or bite, very thin slices of leaf will get you sufficient gel to cover a small area of skin, ensuring the longevity of your plant. If you do cut off too much or a whole leaf at a time, you can store it in the fridge, wrapped in clingfilm.
Aloe Vera Juice Drop
Aloe Vera: The natural healing solution from nature
Most modern medication, especially the new stuff, is really expensive and comes, potentially, with a list of side effects as long as your arm. Just read the information leaflet and you'll see what I mean. So, for the sake of our health and that of our families, many of us are looking for natural alternatives that give the hope of accelerated healing.

Aloe has been called 'nature's first-aid kit'
The list of conditions that aloe is said to be good for is pretty extensive. Things like abrasions, acne, bites, boils, burns, cracked skin, cuts and scratches, dandruff, denture sores, dermatitis, dry skin, eczema, insect bites, itching, rashes, psoriasis, scars, scrapes, stings, sunburn, warts and wrinkles, to name only a few.

This is when your aloe plant will come into it's own, and is the reason I always have an Aloe plant close by. You will always have a source of fresh, clean, living gel close by, ready to use at a moments notice. That's the beauty of growing your own, and the point to bear in mind is that the gel is 'alive' and at it's most beneficial.

So what can we use Aloe gel for?

This site is under construction and so there may be gobbledegook for text and links that might not work.

Why Aloe Vera has been called Nature's First Aid Kit.

If you are searching for aloe plants to buy online, I have lots and lots of plants ready to go.
Please go here where you can make your purchase:
Very soon this site will have a great deal of information about growing your own plants and the uses to which you can put them for healing and wellbeing.

Perhaps I could invite you to order your plant and then come back here to learn more about them. Each purchase comes with a growing sheet and tips on how to use the gel.

If you can't wait for your plant to grow and you need a big one to start taking gel from straight away, then go here:

If you order from me, want to know what you'll be getting?
Here are some pictures of the aloe's I send out, compared to the specimens you'll get on Ebay or Gumtree. Buy with confidence. I always try to do better than expectation.

These are my large aloe vera plants compared to normal grocery items

Large Aloe Vera Plants

Extra Large Aloe Vera Plants

Grow Your Own Large Aloe Vera Plants
These are my small 'pup' aloe vera plants next to some kitchen items

Aloe Vera Pup Plants Around 12-18cms High

Good Sized Aloe Vera Plants Sold

Top Quality Aloe Vera Plants
These are my test purchases compared to a 50p and a 2p coin:

Here's one I bought earlier from Ebay, cost 4
An Aloe Vera Plant Bought on Ebay

And here's one I bought from Gumtree, 4.50 + 1 p&p
An Aloe Vera Plant Bought on Gumtree Actually, I was pretty disgusted with both of them; they nicked their ad pictures from my website.


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