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  • The Value of a Moisturizer

    People often ask me, is InfiniteAloe a moisturizer. But of course. It is aloe vera! Just like it grows, retaining moisture, it lends moisture to your skin. Here is what a healing professional says: "Moisturizers prevent and treat dry skin, but that's not all they do. Moisturizers can protect sensitive skin, improve skin tone and texture, and mask imperfections... "On the most basic level, moisturizers hold water in the outermost layer... Read More
  • Quality Aloe Vera

    photo: Petr Kratochvil Sometimes the effectiveness of aloe vera is questioned. Really, it is a question of which aloe and having sufficient quantity of the ingredient. In Aloe Vera: Nature's Silent Healer it says: "Interestingly enough in those days (first century AD), both Dioscorides and Pliny warned of the difference between high quality aloe vera and some of the other lesser quality products that were available. The subjects of qual... 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
  • A Video Presentation of InfiniteAloe

    We have been having some fun making videos. What a thrill! Here is InfiniteAloe at the AARP Show. Ella... Read More
  • InfiniteAloe Is Free of Parabin, Nuts and Gluten

    Photo by Thomas Elias Sometimes I get asked what is the difference between InfiniteAloe Advanced Formula and the InfiniteAloe Fragrance Free. Or the difference between InfiniteAloe Skin Care Nut and Paraben Free and what is in the black jars. Except for the scent they are all the same! All the InfiniteAloe produced is the Advanced Formula. That is the popular formula that is free of Nut Oils and Paraben. The difference in the jars, white (Or... Read More
  • As We Start a New Year...

    What a wonderful time I've been having! In the aftermath of the holidays I notice that the first objective is accomplished: everybody happy. Now come the cleanses and the exercise to offset all the indulgences while making everyone happy. If only aloe could replace my light weight training, it does just about everything else! Someone wanted to know if it was alright use InfiniteAloe Skin Care on their dog's sore and I let them know, of course t... Read More
  • Holidays Are Fun...

    'Tis the season to be jolly! I am so happy it is Christmas time again it is such a favorite for me. Receiving is never so much in my mind as giving. The aloe plant has been so giving of life and health it makes me think of this now in the season of joy and giving. Thinking of bestowing life...look at this quote here: "During the twenty years I have been treating my patients with Aloe, I have found that there are many diseases described by... 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
  • Aloe Makes a Good Antiperspirant

    Here is something interesting I ran across. I had never seen this usage referenced before. "Another famous physician of that era, Pliny the Elder (AD 23-79, confirmed in his 'Plant History' the findings of Dioscorides that aloe vera could help with with numerous other ailments and could reduce perspiration (could aloe have been the world's first antiperspirant?). Honey and rose oil were often mixed with it, maybe to counteract the bitterness and ... Read More
  • Healing With a Poultice

    Longhouse with drying herbs This is a guest post by Professor Robert L. Gisel.   Young and highly active as my badge of youth, the sprain of my ankle, swelling by the hour, that hurt like the dickens, was really messing with my calendar of activities. It is hard to look cool with a crutch and one shoe, without being awarded by the Mayor for saving 100 people from a train wreck. If the doctor gets to me he'll want to amputate et al... Read More

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