Is Aloe Vera Juice Good For You

    aloe vera
  • The plant that yields this substance, grown chiefly in the Caribbean area and the southern U.S
  • burn plant: very short-stemmed plant with thick leaves with soothing mucilaginous juice; leaves develop spiny margins with maturity; native to Mediterranean region; grown widely in tropics and as houseplants
  • Aloe vera, also known as the true or medicinal aloe, is a species of succulent plant that probably originated in the southern half of the Arabian peninsula, Northern Africa, the Canary islands and Cape Verde.
  • A gelatinous substance obtained from a kind of aloe, used esp. in cosmetics as an emollient and for the treatment of burns
  • An emollient resin with hydrating/softening properties.
    good for
  • (a period of time, an amount of exertion): safe to live or last so long, well able to accomplish so much.
  • A drink made from such a liquid
  • the liquid part that can be extracted from plant or animal tissue by squeezing or cooking
  • The liquid obtained from or present in fruit or vegetables
  • Fluid secreted by the body, esp. in the stomach to help digest food
  • energetic vitality; "her creative juices were flowing"
  • electric current; "when the wiring was finished they turned on the juice"
is aloe vera juice good for you SHAVING BAR
SHAVING BAR Wholesale price: $2.00 A wonderful soap for faces, and for shaving faces, chrome domes, legs, bikini etc. It is close to my basic soap recipe, with aloe vera juice to soothe, tea tree oil to help keep skin clean and clear, bentonite clay, both for it's purifying properties and it's slip-producing qualities, castor oil for a rich, creamy lather. Lightly clove and cedarwood scented with 100% pure essential oils, often mistaken for bay rum. This is a wonderful bar for any part of the body, with some special ingredients that make it great for shaving when skin needs antispeptic care and soothing. Can be used with or without a shaving brush. It is pretty tough to find natural, healthy shaving creams. Enjoy this bar and know you are making a better choice for your body and planet.
There's a point to this...
There's a point to this...
... and it is "nature heals". The aloe vera plant is a good example - many people like us keep one in the kitchen to help comfort and heal the minor burns that sometimes occur. Just break off a piece of the succulent and squeeze the juice inside onto the burn. It really does work! This photo is of the new growth at the base of our aloe. It sits on the sill of a small window near the stove. I liked how the late day sun was providing semi-transparency and also highlighting the little spikes in the center. BTW, the aloe is not really prickly so don't let those spikes scare you! I'm back from the fun but too short road trip and will do my best to catch up with your photos. Hope everyone has a great Monday and as always thanks for the visits, faves and friendship!