<p class="font_8"><u><em><strong>Anti- Inflammatory Qualities</strong></em></u></p>

Anti- Inflammatory Qualities

Aloe vera has been found to have certain anti-inflammatory qualities that could help to relieve some of the pain associated with arthritis or muscle aches and pain.

<p class="font_8"><u><em><strong>Burns and Cuts</strong></em></u></p>

Burns and Cuts

Aloe vera has been used for many years to treat mild to moderate skin wounds such as cuts, burns and even sunburn. In fact, aloe vera is known to work so well that people have often called it The Burn Tree or The First Aid Plant. Aloe Vera is a medicinal plant that has been traditionally used since 1500 BC in several different countries such as China, Japan, Mexico. India, Greece and Egypt.

<p class="font_8"><u><em><strong>Immune System</strong></em></u></p>

Immune System

Aloe vera gel contains antioxidants and antibacterial properties that can be extremely beneficial for your health. It belongs to a large family of substances by the name of Polyphenols. This helps to inhibit the growth of some bacteria that may cause certain infections.

<p class="font_8"><u><em><strong>Relief from Heartburn</strong></em></u></p>

Relief from Heartburn

Aloe vera has been used for many years to treat mild to moderate skin wounds such as cuts, burns and even sunburn. Aloe vera is known to work so well that people have often called it The Burn Tree or The First Aid Plant. Aloe Vera is a medicinal plant that has been traditionally used since 1500 BC in several different countries such as China, Japan, Mexico. India, Greece and Egypt.

<p class="font_8"><u><em><strong>Skin Care</strong></em></u></p>

Skin Care

Using aloe vera on your skin has many benefits because it contains 98% water it helps to hydrate your skin. In fact, did you know that Queen Cleopatra used aloe vera gel on her face and body as a part of her daily beauty regime?

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