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Aloe Vera and Lupus

  Lupus is a chronic inflammatory disease of the autoimmune system. Inflammation caused by lupus can affect many differernt parts of the body, including your joints and skin. There are several kinds of lupus and no  two cases of lupus are exactly alike. Symptoms vary and may develop slowly of appear suddenly. In 2003, MIT […]

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Aloe Vera and Wounds Healing

The bulk of aloe leaf is filled with gel, 96% water with the other 4% containing 75 known substances. Applied to wounds, aloe gel is mild anesthetic, relieving itching, swelling, and pain; it also is antibacterial and antifungal, increases blood flow to wounded areas, and stimulates fibroblasts, the skin cells responsible for wound healing. An […]

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What Aloe Vera Does?

-Boosts your Immune System Aloe Vera contains unique polysaccarides (long-chain sugars) including  “acemannan” that directly support our immune system. -Detoxifies your Body System Naturally cleanses it on cellular, tissue and whole body level. In the intestinal tract helps to break down impacted food residues and thoroghly cleanse the bowel. It can help ease constipation and […]

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