Aloe Vera Survival First Aid Uses

Aloe Vera has a plethora of beneficial properties. The inexpensive green plant adorns the kitchen windows of millions of folks around the globe and is routinely cultivated by preppers as well. Folks who merely grow the plant so it can be broken open to be applied to burns are missing out on some of the best ways to extract its healing powers.

Alexander the Great is believed to have ordered his army to travel from Greece to an island near Somalia just to find a crop of Aloe Vera plants. The plant naturally grows in East Africa and the Mediterranean region, Egypt, and Greece. A study by Japanese scientists after World War 2 reportedly found that individuals who had rubbed Aloe Vera onto their skin after potentially being exposed to radiation had a far lower rate of skin cancer than had been predicted.

The Aloe Vera plant is 99 percent water and one percent absorbable solid. That tiny little non-water percent contains more than 200 bioactive constituents including a vast array of amino acids, minerals, enzymes, vitamins, polymannans, fatty acids, and polysaccharides. Most the properties of the plant are both healthy and helpful, but a few are not. Separating the inner juice, or gel, from the outer leaf sap is extremely. The leaf sap can have a toxic effect on the human body and works as a strong laxative. Click here to read the rest of my Aloe Vera survival uses report on eFoodsDirect!