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THE
ALOE VERA
MIRACLE

A natural medicine for cancer, cholesterol,
diabetes, in� ammation, IBS, and other

health conditions

B Y M I K E A D A M S

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The Aloe Vera Miracle

Aloe vera actually contains advanced biochemical technology that the drug companies can only help
to understand someday. This technology was built by nature, and it’s 100% compatible with the human
body. All you have to do to experience this technology for yourself is eat aloe vera gel!

Aloe vera cures ulcers, IBS, Crohn�s disease and Celiac disease
Polysaccharides in the aloe vera plant have curative effects on numerous digestive disorders. The Internet
is a storehouse of information and testimonials about aloe vera curing IBS, ulcers, Crohn’s disease and
other disorders of the digestive tract. This is one of the best-known applications of aloe vera gel.

Taking aloe certainly isn’t a magic bullet cure, of course. It won’t reverse your disease after drinking one
glass of aloe vera gel. It needs to be used regularly. Most people report positive results in 3 - 30 days,
depending on the condition.

Aloe vera contains acemannan, a natural immune booster
There’s research being done now on the anti-cancer effects of acemannan, a phytonutrient found in
aloe vera. In one study, dogs and cats undergoing radiation for cancer were given acemannan as an
adjunctive therapy. Not only did the tumors shrink more in the acemannan-treated group, but post-
treatment survival was significantly extended.

For an abstact on the study visit http://www.jaaha.org/cgi/content/abstract/31/5/439

Google Scholar (http://scholar.google.com/scholar?hl=en&lr=&q=acemannan) lists hundreds of
links exploring the anti-cancer effects of acemannan. If you browse the studies, you’ll realize that
acemannan from aloe vera accelerates the destruction of cancer tumors, improves survival time and
results in far better recovery from toxic cancer treatments. One study shown (http://www.ncbi.
nlm.nih.gov/entrez/query.fcgi?cmd=Retrieve&db=PubMed&list_uids=7558512&dopt=Abstract)
demonstrates that acemannan increases cells’ production of nitric oxide (NO), an anti-cancer chemical
strongly associated with the shrinking of cancer tumors. Essentially, the more nitric oxide you produce
(to a point), the less cancer you have, and acemannan increases the production of nitric oxide. Although
this particular research was focused on chickens, the same effect has also been observed in humans.

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Throw out your toxic first aid kid: Aloe vera makes
everything else obsolete

Aloe vera is antibacterial, antiviral and antifungal. This fact is well known by not just herbalists around
the world, but also by anyone with even a hint of common sense. If aloe vera gel wasn’t antibacterial,
then any little nick or scrape of the aloe plant would result in the whole thing being eaten up by
bacteria. Aloe has to be antibacterial simply to survive in the wild! Otherwise, the moist, nutrient-rich
gel would be a perfect breeding ground for bacteria.

Aloe vera makes most first aid kits obsolete.
You can get rid of all those silly, toxic first aid sprays (antibacteria sprays, lotions, bandages, etc.)
and just replace them all with aloe vera. I’ve been known to pack small chunks of aloe vera gel inside
wounds that ultimately healed with zero scarring. As the aloe vera dries, it actually contracts, pulling
the wound shut and keeping it completely free of dangerous bacteria. Plus, it provides nourishment to
the wound tissue itself. It’s also perfect for use on animals, because if they lick the wound, they won’t
be licking the toxic chemicals found in most first aid products.

Now, I don’t mean to imply that aloe vera is a replacement for an emergency room. If you chopped
off your finger in a shop accident, you can’t just glue it back together with aloe vera gel. Or if your
daugher ripped a gash in her leg on a swing set accident, she’s probably still going to need stiches,
but before you get to the emergency room, aloe vera gel can protect the wound and set the stage for
accelerated healing.

Aloe is so useful, in fact, that I take a leaf with me every time I go hiking. It’s my portable first aid
kit, and when you have aloe, you hardly need anything else. It treats cuts, scrapes, burns, bites, stings,
punctures, sprains, sunburns and even bruises. And as a bonus, if you’re dying of thirst, you can eat the
gel for its water content. An entire multi-billion dollar industry in chemical first aid products and
synthetic skin care products is made obsolete by aloe vera. That’s why I hope Alan Friedman, the
founder of Good Cause Wellness, will soon offer a pure aloe vera gel without any other ingredients.
That way, it could be used both as a food supplement AND as a first-aid product.

Aloe vera as a natural food preservative
A thin layer of aloe vera gel can be used as a natural food preservative, eliminating the need for chemical
preservatives. Research conducted by Daniel Valero, Ph.D., of the University of Miguel Hernández in
Alicante, Spain, showed that a thin layer of aloe vera gel was highly effective in preserving foods. For the
experiment, they dipped table grapes into an aloe vera gel, then stored them at refrigerator temperatures.
Untreated table graped went bad in 7 days, but the grapes dipped in aloe vera stayed fresh and tast
for as astonishing 35 days! To read the ScienceDaily article on this, visit www.ScienceDaily.com/
releases/2005/09/050922014835.htm

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Where to learn more

AloeCorp QMatrix low-temperature technology: www.AloeCorp.com/back.php?name=qmatrix

The International Aloe Science Council research page: www.iasc.org/articles.html

Wikipedia page on aloe vera: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aloe_vera

Brief history of aloe vera at: www.qni.com/~gic/herb/aloevera.htm

Short summary from the link above:

�Aloe, native to Africa, is also known as �lily of the desert�, the �plant of immortality�, and the �medicine
plant�. �e name was derived from the Arabic alloeh meaning �bitter� because of the bitter liquid found
in the leaves. In 1500 B.C. Egyptians recorded use of the herbal plant in treating burns, infections
and parasites.

�ere are over 500 species of aloe growing in climates worldwide. Ancient Greeks, Arabs and Spaniards
have used the plant throughout the millennia. African hunters still rub the gel on their bodies to reduce
perspiration and their scent.

Extensive research since the 1930�s has shown that the clear gel has a dramatic ability to heal
wounds, ulcers and burns by putting a protective coating on the a�ected areas and speeding up the
healing rate.�

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