The healing properties of this plant are famous since a long time ago. The gel can be homemade. It is transparent and jelly like and is located within the inside of the leaf.
Before you start preparing it, make sure you wash your hands so that the gel could be clear and bacteria free. What you will need is a few fresh aloe leaves older than 2 years. Only after that amount of time could they have their healing properties. Cut out a few outer leaves and leave it in vertical position for a few minutes so that the darker resin could empty itself out.
Wash the leaves and use a knife to peel off the leaf skin. Than you can see the gel inside. Squeeze the gel, add a few drops of grapefruit extract, vitamin E oil or a different essential oil so that you can preserve the gel for a longer period. Mix the ingredients and put the gel in dark glass containers and make sure you keep it refrigerated.
We can consume the gel orally, this is how you can neutralize the stomach acids, normalize pH of digested food and help with constipation. However since it is a strong laxative, consult a doctor regarding oral consumption.
It gets rid of toxins in the liver, and helps it’s regeneration and it is also recommended as additional therapy with gallbladder diseases, cirrhosis, acute and chronic hepatitis. The gel will help diabetics because it regulates and lowers blood sugar. It makes the heart muscle stronger, lowers cholesterol levels, lowers blood pressure, destroys stasis tumors, boosts immunity and helps with chemo side effects.
Oral consumption helps with acute and chronic inflammation, but also works with bacteria resistant to antibiotics like Escherichia Colli. It also helps with inflammation of the respiratory tract.
The broad spectrum of healing properties of the aloe does not stop here. If you get sunburn aloe is the right thing to use! Skin problems or scars can be treated with this gel too. It can be of a help with aging freckles as well. Research has confirmed that the aloe gel contains about 240 nutrients and healing ingredients including: vitamin A, B1, B2, B3, B6, B9, B12, C, E and folic acid, calcium, magnesium, manganese, polysaccharides that boost the immune system, amino acids necessary for protein synthesis, 16 enzymes…