Aloe Vera : The Plant of Immortality

1 comment 191 views – Hi Ladies, would you believe there’s a “plant of immortality” that helps with everything from weight loss and inflammation to skin and hair health?! It may sound too good to be true, but it’s real, and you may even be able to find it growing on the street. Let’s talk about aloe vera!

Aloe Vera for Skin Care

Skin rough skin! Mix 1/2 cup aloe vera with brown sugar or baking soda to get a rough texture. In the bathroom, rub the mixture on the elbows, heels, arms, or anywhere that needs softening.

Feeling acne coming? Mix 1 tablespoon aloe vera gel with 1 teaspoon almond milk and 1 teaspoon lemon juice. Apply to your face, and leave for a few minutes before rinsing.

Need an anti-aging push? Mix 1 tablespoon of aloe vera with 1 teaspoon raw organic coconut oil 100%. Rub the mixture between your hands until warm, then apply to your face. Let stand for 15 minutes, then rinse.

Aloe Vera for Injury

If you have insect bites, cuts, scrapes, or burns, rub aloe vera in the affected area! This is good for sunburn.

Aloe Vera for Hair Care

For general hair care, peel large pieces of aloe vera. Blend until smooth, apply all your hair, let stand for 15 minutes, then rinse.

Accelerate hair growth by massaging aloe vera mixed into your scalp. Leave on for 30 minutes before rinsing.

Reduce dandruff by mixing aloe vera juice mixed with coconut milk and wheat germ oil. Massage the mixture onto your scalp, then rinse.

Aloe Vera in your Diet

Because aloe vera is anti-inflammatory, it would be nice if you have stomach ulcers or just feel bloated. It’s also a natural source of B12, so this is great for a vegan diet! To take advantage of the benefits, add them to your juices and smoothies.

Grow Your Own Aloe Vera

Are you sure you need this plant in your life ?! If yes, plant it yourself! It’s easy to note.

Sprinkle your aloe plant about once a week. If too much water, it can rot, so make sure the soil or pot has good drainage. Fertilize your aloe with versatile fertilizer once a month.

Aloe vera loves the sun! If you need to keep it inside, make sure it’s near a big bright window.

Well, Ladies, this amazing plant is filled with vitamins and essential nutrients! Its vitamin E content is great for skin elasticity and minimizes wrinkles, while B12 and folic acid keep your hair strong and healthy. And its anti-inflammatory properties are great for your digestive system!

Good luck, Ladies!

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