Aloe Vera - Your Miracle Doctor

Aloe Your Miracle Doctor

Fight 80 Disorders From Your Own Kitchen! A Step-by-step Manual For 150 Home And Beauty Remedies Using The Aloe Plant. Learn About The Biogenic Stimulation Method When Making Aloe Juice. You will learn: The history of Aloe's healing abilities and some proven impressive scientific facts How to take good care of your Aloe plant and what the signs of poor care are The amazing chemical composition of Aloe organized in a very-easy-to-read table Aloe Vera uses from A Z An explanation and step-by-step instructions on the biogenic stimulation method 130+ home remedies for 80+ disorders 25+ easy to make homemade beauty remedies, including a recipe for an anti wrinkle facial moisturizer 'Cleopatra' The best Free aloe resources. Aloe vera gel used externally helps with acne, sunburns, thermal and radiation burns, boils, dandruff, gum sores, dermatitis, edemas, hemorrhoids, inflammation in the eyes, insect bites and stings, psoriasis, skin rashes and irritations, ulcers, varicose veins, warts, wounds and wrinkles. When you apply freshly squeezed aloe vera gel on the affected area of the skin, it creates a protective coating which speeds up the healing process, decreases swelling and redness, reduces inflammation, relieves pain, promotes synthesis of collagen in tissue and prevents blisters in case of burns. Taken internally, it reduces inflammation which is involved in such diseases as ulcerative colitis, arthritis, and gastritis, helps with the reduction of blood sugar with both type I and II diabetes and has a powerful healing effect on Aids, cancer, tumors and many different immune system disorders. Mucopolysaccharides found in aloe vera are very effective intracellular antioxidants which is very important in preventing and treating arteriosclerosis, heart disorders and Parkinson's disease. Read more here...

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Use of Plants in Southern African Traditional Medicine

Globally, natural products and their derivatives represent about 50 of all drugs in clinical use, and higher plants contribute 25 to this figure 7-8 . It is well-known that plants were originally a source of medicines, and there is currently a strong interest in natural medicines as a source of new remedies and bioactive compounds. This phenomenon is reflected in South Africa, which has a long history of medicinal plant use. South Africa has contributed to worldwide medicines with natural teas and remedies such as Cape aloes (Aloe ferox), rooibos (Aspalathus linearis), buchu (Agathosma betulina), honeybush (Cyclopia intermedia), and devil's claw (Harpagophytum procumbens).

Epidemiological Data

From a population-based telephone survey, 5 of the respondents reported giving their children herbal medicines in the past year 61 . In a national online survey, 41 of 520 adolescents reported to have used herbal remedies in the previous 6 months, mainly ginseng, ginger, Ginkgo biloba, valerian and St. John's wort 62 . The results of another study conducted in four primary paediatric care practices in Washington showed that 8 of children had been treated with herbal therapies in the prior year 58 . Other authors 63 verified herbal use among 2562 families in Kansas and Wisconsin through questionnaires child herbal use was indicated in 35.8 of the surveys. The herbs most commonly taken by children were chamomile, Aloe vera, peppermint, garlic and lavender.

Antiparasitic Activity

In a study in which the in vitro anthelmintic activity of 20 plants was tested against the parasitic nematodes H. contortus and T. colubriformis, interesting results were obtained (JB Githiori, personal communication). The criteria of plant selection included firstly the prior discovery of anthelmintic activity against the free-living nematode Caenorhabditis elegans 24, 51 . A second criterion was the documentation of plant usage in ethnoveterinary medicine for the treatment of nema-tode parasites of ruminant livestock 73 . Thirdly, the ethnoveterinary use of plants by rural farmers (D Luseba, personal communication) was taken into account, and lastly, information from available literature sources was incorporated. Aqueous and acetone plant extracts were prepared and submitted to the egg hatch and larval development assays described above. Most of the plants showed minimal effects on egg hatching and larval development with the exception of Aloe species, and these results are being...

General adverse effects of laxatives

If laxatives of any type are heavily used, not necessarily to the point of abuse, diarrhea will be common, as well as a tendency to nausea and fluid and electrolyte imbalance. The possibility of laxative-induced colonic injury, with damage to the autonomic nervous innervation of the large intestine, has been much discussed and was probably a problem with the violent cathartics formerly used (podophyllin, aloes, and cascara), but is not on record with the laxatives normally used today. Chronic abuse of laxatives, such as senna, can cause changes in colonic structure and function.

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The Aloe Vera plant, ( from the family Aloeaceae, Aloe barbadensis) evolved in the dry dessert plains of Africa. There are more than 500 varieties of aloe plant. The Aloe plant is protected on the outside by a thick skin and filled with a moisture gel that contains 360 organic compounds including amino acids, anthraquinones, enzymes, hormones, lignin, minerals, salicylic acid, saponins, sterols, vitamins and sugar.

Stimulant laxatives

Aloe species Aloe species contain laxative anthranoid derivatives, the main active ingredient being isobarbaloin. Large doses are claimed to cause nephritis and use during pregnancy is discouraged, since intestinal irritation might lead to pelvic congestion. Aloe is thought to aggravate hemorrhoids.

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Aloe and Your Health

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