Aloe vera has many names – the miracle plant, the burns plant, etc – and, if you’re reading this, you’ve probably heard something about this wonderful plant. And maybe you’re curious about how it works and what it can do for you.
How long have you got???
Seriously, I’m not going to give a history or a science lesson – I’ve done that before and it doesn’t go down well (yawn!).
But we’ve known about its benefits for thousands of years. There are many herbal and natural remedies which have also been well known for that long, many excellent, some useless, and some downright dangerous. But aloe vera is very special – did you know you could drink it?
Here are some of the benefits:
- Hair and nails – strength and growth
- Immune system – boosting or calming, whichever is needed
- Joints – lubricating (think engine oil!)
- Skin – healing, soothing, hydrating our largest organ. Inside and out, our whole body is literally lined with skin as well as being covered with it. And aloe penetrates right into the skin.
- Digestion – food is digested better and faster, shortening transit times (that helps make you more regular, constipation is the curse of the modern diet but no one talks about it much)
- Nutrition – not only is it packed with a cocktail of nutrients, some hard to get in the average diet, its cleansing action in the gut means that all the nutrients we get from our food are absorbed better. As well as the wonderful range of vitamins, minerals and trace elements in the aloe itself.
Those are the main reasons people drink aloe (and millions do), definitely not the taste which is a challenge for many. Have you tried it? Have you tried the new, improved version?
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Of course, it can help with the outside skin as well as the lining of the body:
- Wonderful skincare which carries all the moisturising benefits deep into the skin, leaving it firmer, plumper and hydrated.
- Healing and soothing all kinds of wounds and skin damage.
So what would be your reason to try aloe vera? If you’d like to explore further, take a look here:
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