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!