hi there I want to know can aloe vera mix with orange juice really help a person with asthma?
I'm not fully certain but it is rumoured that the aloe vera can help open airwaves and thus make breathing easier especially when doing exercise
yes this is true aloe vera is anti inflammatory and it treats the chest symptoms in asthmatics and oranges got vitamin C helps in tissues repairing and help clearing chest congestions. So the combination treat chest symptoms for sure and good for asthmatics.
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