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What Conditions are Treated With Aloe Vera?

Updated on May 21, 2010

Can aloe vera help stress?

There are volumes of clinical test with aloe vera...

With a properly formulated aloe vera product, there are volumes of clinical tests, studies and laboratory lab findings over the years that reveal hundreds of benefits for the use of a properly stabilized organic aloe vera.

Just to name a few of the more common conditions helped successfully with aloe vera, lets mention these: headache, insomnia, energy, weight management, chronic fatigue syndrome, fibromyalgia, and multiple sclerosis; heart conditions, hypertension, stress, anxiety, anger, rage and angina pectoris; ingestion, heart burn, acid reflux, gastritis and duodenal and peptic ulcers; hemorrhoids, urinary tract infections, prostatitis, vaginitis and various types of STDs.

This list is long with out a doubt and for the person reading the list for the first time would probably say …this sounds too good to be true.

But then with the added list of systemic cancer, heart disease, tension, stress, depression and manic depression, various autoimmune disease such as diabetes mellitus, lupus, lupus erythematosus, sclerodema, multiple sclerosis and rheumatoid arthritis; pandemics such as HIV, staph aureus, Ebola, and tuberculosis have all shown to respond positively to treatments of a properly stabilized organic aloe vera formula.

Even in the remote areas for instance, children’s legs and feet are covered with the ground up aloe plant used as a protection from insect bites. Others spray their garden plants to ward off the harmful insects. Research has shown that aloe vera is used and has value as an insect repellent because of its bitter taste and odor of the sap.

In other remote areas many tribes require everyone in their village to bathe publicly with a mixture of aloe vera in case of an epidemic of colds and flu. Many studies have shown that the aloe vera plant is an effective germ killer in both internal and external use.

As with any recommendation for human consumption, testing for relative toxicity is always a crucial factor. With scores of toxicology studies when using stabilized organic aloe vera, there is no relative toxicity recorded.

Over the past decade, overwhelming evidence has come to light suggesting stabilized organic aloe vera may support critical immune functions. Perhaps the most common indicator of immune deficiency is the malfunctioning of the digestive system.

Consumed food is not broken down properly, so the digestive system is unable to deliver to the cells the building blocks they need for healthy repair or to deliver needed energy for metabolism. The result is cellular starvation with many accompanying domino like effects, all of them debilitating to normal body chemistry.

When food is not fully digested some may eventually pass into the circulatory system where those food particles will be treated as foreign objects and attacked by the immune system.  Stabilized organic aloe vera polysaccharides has shown to have the remarkable ability to normalize all of these damaging processes and therefore contribute significantly to the enhancement of immune system function. Stabilixed organic aloe vera is also excellent for absorbing toxins and promoting the growth of friendly colon bacteria essential for a healthy digestive system,while eliminating the bad flora (bad bacteria)

Enhance your immune system with the best aloe product on the market today …and yes you guessed it …the “best tasting aloe” in flavors of Cran-Grape, Strawberry-Kiwi, and Mango-Papaya.

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    • gjcody profile imageAUTHOR

      gjcody 

      7 years ago

      Good you are using it as much as possible. We say all the time get it in you or on you for your health.

      There are actually more vitamins and minerals in the rind ..that is the reason for the processing. But I am sure you will get much benefits from the gel. Good luck with your new found supplement!

    • Lita C. Malicdem profile image

      Lita C. Malicdem 

      7 years ago from Philippines

      We used to drink the Aloe Vera Gel juice, product of Forever Living, but not anymore. Having known its many benefits, I now have a number of potted aloe vera plants in my yard. I pick a leaf or two to massage my feet and legs with its juice. Well, no wonder I'm not bothered by mosquitoes at night as I work on my laptop. I also use it to treat my wounds.

      But I'm adamant at using it unprocessed as a drink due to problems of toxicity. Definitely, I'll use this for my bath, as I learned from here it could be. Thank you. Useful. Vote up!

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      chaser4 

      8 years ago

      hey gjcody...thanks for the article....got to take care of the pets!!!

    • gjcody profile imageAUTHOR

      gjcody 

      8 years ago

      Hey chaser ...would be glad to do that. I had a pet and she really lived a lot longer because of aloe. When she was young, I did not have aloe on my shelf. About the time she was 3 or 4 years of age, she started to get hot spots and ear infections. I have to tell you that I cleared up all of the hot spots and ear infections with aloe. She was a happy dog and waited for her aloe every morning and evening.

      Thanks for the suggestion!

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      chaser4 

      8 years ago

      Hey gj cody....could you give some information about dogs, cats and some other animals.....is Aloe Vera safe for them too?

      Everybody loves their pets....keep the hubs coming...great stuff.

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