The Wonder Plant That Heals
The best known of all healing plants, Aloe vera is most commonly used to treat burns, including sunburn. Besides its wound healing capacity, aloe enjoys four additional applications. A recent discovery is aloe’s power to increase the bioavialability of both vitamins C and E by over 200%.
Known since ancient times, today Aloe vera is the most recognized of all healing plants. It is commonly used to treat burns, including sunburn. Wound healing is only the first of five major applications. The remaining four are digestive disorders, skin conditions, cholesterol management, and immune enhancement. A recent discovery is aloe’s power to increase the bioavailability of both vitamins C and E by over 200%.
This newsletter is a compendium of the nutrient value of aloe. It explains in detail why the aloe plant works “like magic”. One reason is its antioxidant capacity. Not only does aloe contribute antioxidant substances, it stimulates the body’s own antioxidant system.
Right this minute, someone – somewhere – is using aloe vera to heal something.
Millions grow the plant themselves, and others keep a container of aloe on hand for those times when nothing else will do.
Find out what the ancients knew, and the secrets scientists are now discovering about aloe vera’s many benefits.