Gabriela Pedrotti 2020-11-11 01:14:37
Hello once again to all you Good Livin’ folks visiting or settled down on this wonderful isthmus. Chances are you are already familiar with aloe Vera and are aware that it has some pretty great health benefits. I am going to go out on a limb and guess that not many of you are aware of just how many health benefits it offers. Aloe Vera is a true miracle substance and the large number of positive benefits it can have for humans led the ancient Egyptians and Native Americans to consider it a gift directly from heavens.
Aside from its commonly known properties as a topical agent aloe Vera also has potent antibacterial, antifungal and antiviral properties that clean the body and boost the immune system.
Certified Holistic Health Counselor Christine Ruggeri also notes, “The enzymes present in aloe Vera break down the proteins that we eat into amino acids and turn the enzymes into fuel for every cell in the body, which enables the cells to function properly. Aloe Vera stimulates the immune system and kills infections. Zinc is also an important component in aloe Vera (making it a great source to combat zinc deficiency) because it’s essential to maintain immune function. It helps us ward off diseases, kill bacteria and protect the function of our cell membranes. Zinc is also a key structural component for a slew of hormone receptors and proteins that contribute to healthy, balanced mood and immune function.”
Aloe Vera is a potent body cleanser, as it eliminates toxins from the liver, colon, spleen, stomach, kidneys, and bladder, and soothes joint inflammation. Additionally, relieves ulcers, indigestion, upset stomach, and gut inflammation. This can be consumed as a juice, in capsule form which also may be purchased and by juicing the natural plant. Always check with a physician before ingesting any new products just to make sure they are a good fit for you.