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Aloe Vera
By James F. Balch, M.D. and Mark Stengler, N.D.
 

Medicinal Use: Externally for burns, scrapes, canker sores and general wound healing. Take internally for inflammatory bowel disease, ulcers, candida, intestinal infections, constipation, and other disorders of the digestive tract; psoriasis; diabetes; HIV

Parts Used: Leaves

Form Used: Gel, cream, salve, and aloe juice preparation taken internally

Potential Side Effects: Aloe latex form (not commonly available) should not be taken by people with inflammatory bowel disease, pregnant or nursing mothers, or children.

Comments: One of nature's top healing herbs for the skin and the digestive tract. Use food-grade juice when taking internally.

 
 
 
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