How often do you use Aloe Vera?
Do you know that even Cleopatra and Christopher Columbus used it? Some people call it the “wonder plant,” “lily of the desert” or “burn plant.”

The plant is native to Sudan, but today it grows in almost every part of the world.

Aloe Vera contains 75 active compounds, amino acids, vitamins and minerals. It’s an excellent source of vitamins A, B1, B2, B3, B6, B12, C, and E.

The spiky leaves contain “tons” of magnesium, iron, calcium, potassium, sodium, and copper.

Aloe Vera is commonly used for the treatment of skin abrasions, sunburns, burns, redness and swelling. It’s a multipurpose plan with amazing healing properties.

When applied orally, it alkalizes the body, strengthens the stomach lining, boosts memory and learning skills, relieves constipation, etc.

Uses:

1. Makeup remover
Aloe Vera has a soothing and calming effect. Use it instead of your regular makeup remover.

2. Hair conditioner
Massage the gel onto your scalp, and let it work for 2 minutes.

3. Shampoo booster
Add Aloe Vera to your regular shampoo, and enjoy your silky hair.

4. Boost hair growth
Enzymes in Aloe Vera stimulate hair growth.

5. Acne treatment
Aloe Vera gel reduces inflammation, so try to use it on your acne.

6. Prevent/reduce stretch marks
Due to its regenerative properties, Aloe Vera prevents and reduces the appearance of stretch marks.

7. Treat sunburns
Use the antiseptic effect of your Aloe Vera plant to relieve your sunburns.

8. Skin moisturizer
Aloe Vera brings enough oxygen to skin, and moisturizes it.

9. Treat herpes, eczema, psoriasis, dermatitis, and skin allergies
Aloe Vera gel is easily absorbed in the deeper skin layers which is beneficial in the treatment of herpes, psoriasis, dermatitis, skin allergies, and other skin conditions.

10. Lubricant
Aloe Vera is an amazing moisturizer and lubricant.

11. Shaving gel
There’s no better shaving gel. Aloe Vera smoothens skin, and prevents irritation.

12. Stronger nails
Use the gel to strengthen your nails and soften cuticles. You can use both the juice and the gel.

13. Swollen gums
Use Aloe Vera to boost your body’s defense system. Apply the gel onto the affected area.

14. Relieve menstrual cramping
Aloe Vera juice relieves cramping, pain, and fatigue.

15. Fight flu and cold
Aloe Vera has an amazing nutritional profile. It’s rich in vitamins, minerals, and amino acids. These work in a synergy to strengthen your system, and prevent/treat flu and cold.
Source: http://www.naturalhealers.com/



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How often do you use Aloe Vera? Do you know that even Cleopatra and Christopher Columbus used it? Some people call it the “wonder plant,” “lily of the desert” or “burn plant.” The plant is native to Sudan, but today it grows in almost every part of the world. Aloe Vera contains...