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  • Aloe Vera Is A Potent Growth Stimulator

    Photo: Jakob Montrasio Summer means more outdoor activities, which can mean more cuts and scrapes. I came across this interesting bit of information about Aloe Vera in a book co-written by a doctor.    “One of the principal qualities of aloe vera is that it is a potent growth stimulator. For example, when used on a cut or a burn, it penetrates below the wound and promotes healing from the inside out. …it helps to speed... Read More
  • An Interesting Take on Healing with Aloe Vera

    Rash - photo by ClintJCL I have many references on the subject of Aloe Vera.  Having just run across this one, I thought it very useful and educational and therefore I wanted to share it. The chapter this is taken from is 'Treating the Skin with Aloe Vera' "As the largest organ in the human body, the skin accounts for 16 percent of the body's total weight.  In a male of average size the surface area of his skin measures over 2,800... Read More
  • 'Honey Water' as a Great Way To Soften & Nourish Skin

    photo: funkyah For soft, refreshed skin, here is another way to use nature's abundance. On an earlier blog post, I covered how honey has been used as a healing and rejuvenating agent from long ago.  Up to 3500 years ago by the ancient Egyptians, in fact. Here are a few more mask recipes which use honey to cleanse, nourish and regulate water balance. As a cleanser use 1 tablespoon of honey to 2 glasses of warm water.  Us... 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

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