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Aloe Vera has long been used for all types of skin irritations. As a natural botanical, it has many widely known skin-soothing properties. With everything from hydrating to antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties, using Aloe Vera for sunburn, minor cuts, or dry skin is a no-brainer; but does Aloe Vera gel do anything to help with…
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Chronic inflammation is linked to some of the most pressing health conditions affecting Americans—cancer, obesity, diabetes, and arthritis. Eating inflammatory foods will only exacerbate pain disorders and conditions. However, with an eye on what you’re eating, reducing and eliminating inflammatory foods from your diet, you can be well on your way to a feeling better…
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One of the more common questions asked of Aloe Vera is, “What does aloe juice taste like?” The answer may be in the name of the plant itself. The word “Aloe” is derived from the Arabic term “alloeh”, meaning “shining bitter substance”. The word “Vera” is derived from the word Latin for “truth”, veritas. What does…
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  “Can you eat Aloe vera or is it for topical use only?” It’s an important question for many. Aloe vera has been widely used as a medicinal plant for thousands of years. Originally found on the Arabian Peninsula and Eastern Mediterranean region, it was depicted on stone sculptures and written on papyrus in ancient…
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Though we all have suffered heartburn, indigestion, burping, bloating or gas on some occasion after a meal, if it happens with any frequency, your diet may include too many foods that cause stomach problems. There are wide selections of food choices available to meet any craving or satisfy any taste bud that do not affect…
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