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  • Living Free from Acne - Part II

    Photo: Mait Juriado Acne is a huge problem for millions of people, so we are examining some of the solutions for it. It takes a toll on self-confidence and can make people feel shy and awkward in social situations, such as meeting new people or interviewing for a new job. Benzoyl Peroxide Many say that this treatment is a great first line treatment for acne, but complain that it dries out their skin. It can bleach eyebrows, hair an... Read More
  • Analgesic and Anti-inflamatory Aloe

    photo: Mike Schinkle This blurb from an article I discovered gives some specifics why aloe helps to handle pain and inflammation. "In an article that appeared in the January-March 2011 issue of the "Asian Journal of Oral Health & Allied Sciences," researchers credited aloe vera's analgesic properties primarily to two classes of chemical compounds: salicylic acid, which has aspirin-like effects, and anthraquinones, which not only help to... Read More
  • Aloe Was Used By the Ancients

    The Ancients' understanding of the body's response to natural herbs set out for us to collect and use pronounced what worked then, and these continue to work even today... "In the Americas the plant was used for centuries by the Mayan people of the Yucatan. The women used it to moisturize their skin and its bitter taste to wean their children off the breast. The Seminole Indians of Florida believed in its power of rejuvenation: The 'Fount... Read More
  • Healing Herbs and Aloe

    Photo: epsos.de This is a guest post by Professor Robert L. Gisel. When a child, mother took me with her to the apothecary to fill a doctor's prescription. The pharmacist made the medicine on the spot, of herbs from 3 jars on his shelves. It was mortar and pestle, mixture loaded into capsules and a small bottle, labeled. Next in time came combinations of natural substances prepackaged. Discovering that the substances could be chemi... Read More
  • An Aloe History Lesson

    Venus de Milo - photo by Slices of Light The origins of Aloe go as far back as the Sumerians, evidenced by recorded history dating back to 1700BC located on the Sumerian Clay Tablets.  Aloe and its benefits migrated around the world throughout many of the ancient civilizations.  The Sumerian civilization is the oldest civilization, as far as recorded history shows, and was located at the confluence of the rivers Tigris and Euphra... Read More
  • Eggs & Their Properties When Used in Masks

    photo: MetalRiot Coming soon are some more masks which use eggs.  Meantime here is some very great information as to their benefits for use in facial masks. To begin, eggs contain a great deal of minerals in the yolk. Eggs whites contain the ferment* lysozyme**, which kills micro-organisms which is important in cleansing of the skin's surface.  Eggs are also rich in lecithin, important for the metabolism, nourishment and regenera... Read More
  • Aloe Vera - Nature's Silent Healer

    photo: minwoo I have a lot of books on the subject of Aloe Vera and found a great piece of information I'm going to share here.  But first I'd like to bring into view a simple handling for a burn which was taught to me a long time ago, long before I ever knew about InfiniteAloe, or even the magic of Aloe Vera. Sometimes in the kitchen we grab a pot or touch something that burns.  A quick remedy is to put milk on the burn right aw... Read More
  • Christopher Columbus Had Something to Say About Aloe.....

    by lululemon athletica I found this great quote from Christopher Columbus... "Four vegetables are indispensable for the well being of man: Wheat, the grape, the olive and aloe. The first nourishes him, the second raises his spirit, The third bring him harmony, and the fourth cures him. Christopher Columbus (1451-1506) Now today we can not promote Aloe as a "cure", so we don't.  Quoting Alasdair Barcroft & Dr Audun Myskja, Aloe Ve... Read More
  • What's the Magic of Aloe?

    Have you ever wondered why Aloe Vera is so effective?  I know I have.  Here are some interesting findings about it. Nature's Treasure Chest Aloe vera is a veritable storehouse of nutritional compounds -- more than 75 have so far been identified by scientists.  This list of vitamins, mineral, enzymes and amino acids reads like a 'what's what' of nutrition. Researchers are continuing to study the plant to try to unlock its secret... Read More
  • InfiniteAloe Scrub....Yummy!

    photo: chapendra InfiniteAloe's® Scrub is extraordinary.  It has a mild mint scent, and it leaves your skin so silky afterward. Having used many skin scrubs, sea salt scrubs and body washes, I have never experienced the result and feel of silkiness that this scrub leaves you with.  Its versatility allows you to use it on your face, as well as your entire body.  What brought me to write about it is a recent Real Sto... Read More

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