Have you ever had the opportunity to come across an Aloe Vera plant? Perhaps in a tropical region, you went for a holiday as this is the type of climates where they are grown in. They can be grown indoors as a potted plant. The majority of the goodness of Aloe Vera lies within the leaf. In ancient times, people used Aloe Vera to treat burns, wounds and reduce fever. Aloe vera is part of the onion, garlic, and lily family
The majority of Forever Living’s health and the nutritional range is based upon the Aloe Vera plant. Forever Living and it’s associates are the world’s largest growers of Aloe Vera. Independent tests prove that the Aloe Vera in Forever Living’s bottles and tubes is essentially active as it is in the plant due to our patented stabilisation process.
This is what a freshly cut Aloe Vera plant looks like from within the leaf.
Here’s a link I came across and found incredibly interesting whilst writing this post: http://bit.ly/1qHDGw1
Leading up to summer I’m sure a lot of you will be heading out to some amazing tropical destinations during the summer holidays. The link demonstrates a fantastic way to soothe sunburns. Many of you may not have access to a fresh Aloe Vera plant so the next best thing you could take advantage of is the Aloe Vera Gelly for sunburns, heat rashes, or stings. This amazing product can be stored in the fridge and can also be ingested and applied on mouth ulcers and cuts. I apply the gelly on my hair for added moisture which helps to boost hair growth.
Hope you find my tips useful. For more information on how to purchase the Aloe Vera Gelly please do feel free to get in touch with me.
Have fabulous summer! 🙂