Time-tested benefits of aloe juice
Time-tested benefits of aloe juice
The great advantage of aloe juice is that it can used for both internal and external applications. For some fans of herbal medicine aloe juice almost is an elixir of life, because aloe juice has a huge number of necessary and useful substances, which means that the scope of the use for aloe juice is very large. Even these days many people know, that if anyone has a cut injury, aloe juice will help with a strong regenerative effect.
For regeneration and better building of new cells, aloe contains vitamins like A, E, B12 and needed amino acid. Dead particles are also processed by special enzymes. This gives almost 10 times faster healing effect. Perhaps the most frequent use of aloe juice is associated with it’s stunning healing abilities.
Aloe juice in action
Aloe juice and different products that are made on the basis of aloe are irritating to the mucous membrane of the intestine because of the active elements and increases peristalsis. This permits its use as a laxative.
Improves appetite, improves digestion, secretion of digestive glands. Aloe juice stimulates the appetite and increases the tone of the body.
Put aloe juice to use
Scratches, abrasions, cuts, bruises, burns, swelling, bruising, itching – aloe juice can handle it all. If we are talking about cuts, inflammations, wounds, etc. the best way to treat all this, is to wet a piece of cloth in the aloe juice and apply to the affected area.
If case of the skin inflammation, just wipe inflamed area with a clean aloe juice at night before going to bed. There are variety of masks for the skin that are made on the basis of aloe juice.
During the treatments from cold, can be used as a laxative to cleanse the body from toxins. Aloe juice can be used if someone is suffering from chronic gastritis, gastric acidity or to improve appetite. If feeling body weakness or fatigue, aloe juice can be used as a tonic, if taken internally.
For internal oral uses, take 1 tsp, 2-3 times a day half an hour before a meal.
Aloe juice effectively used to strengthen head scalp and hair roots.
Using Aloe juice can also be harmful
Aloe juice can also be harmful especially if used in large amounts and without consulting with your doctor. Aloe is known as biogenic stimulator, which means that it accelerates the growth of cells, activating and promoting the growth of new cells. Aloe juice should not be permitted to be used of a long time. Treatment usually should be from 15-30 day course. Repeated treatment can only be done if advised and permitted by a doctor. Do not use Aloe juice during pregnancy, high blood pressure, fibrous polyps, hemorrhoids, diseases accompanied by bleeding (menstruation, uterine and stomach bleeding). In addition, treatment with aloe juice is not recommended if suffering from inflammation of the gastrointestinal tract, cystitis, gall bladder or liver.
Recipes of aloe juice with honey
Aloe juice with honey as a laxative
Put cut and washed aloe leaves for 2-3 days in the refrigerator and them prepare Aloe juice. Mix Aloe juice one to one proportion with honey. For 2 days take 1/3 cup of aloe juice in the morning before meal. Store unused aloe juice with honey in the refrigerator.
Aloe juice with honey as an anti-inflammatory
When suffering from inflammation of the larynx, pharynx or trachea. Prepare a mixture in a ratio of 1: 5 of honey and aloe juice, respectively. Take 1 tsp 3 times a day before meals for a period of 1 to 2 months.
Aloe with honey and alcohol to fight cold
3 tbsp of honey, the same amount of medicinal alcohol and of course the leaves of aloe – 300 gr., the leaves would be best to put through a meat grinder and then mix with other ingredients. Eat it one teaspoon 3 times before meals.