Aloe Vera – Old Plant, New Trend
Aloe Vera has been a plant that was discovered years ago. But it’s more than just a plant.
Over the years people began to discover the many uses of aloe vera and how effective it is for the human body, and just our overall health.
Besides our regular, Aloe have many different other uses.
Here are a few!
Heartburn – A 2010 review suggested that consuming 1 to 3 ounces of aloe gel at mealtime could reduce the severity of GERD. It may also ease other digestion-related problems. The plant’s low toxicity makes it a safe and gentle remedy for heartburn.
Keeping Produce Fresh – Aloe gel could help fruits and vegetables stay fresh, and eliminate the need for dangerous chemicals that extend the shelf life of produce.
Mouth Wash – The plant’s natural ingredients, which include a healthy dose of vitamin C, can block plaque. It can also provide relief if you have bleeding or swollen gums.
Skin Care – You can use aloe vera to keep your skin clear and hydrated. This may be because the plant thrives in dry, unstable climates.
Give aloe a try and let me know what you like to use it for in the comment section below!