Aloe Juice

Everyone wants to know what the hype is over aloe and its entirety. Lets start by telling you what aloe is... Aloe is a plant from the succulent family. It oozes with a gel that is almost like a miracle due to its healing properties. The first written reports of the aloe plant date back to 6000 years ago in the Egyptian culture. This plant was known as a sacred plant. The “blood” of which held the secrets to beauty, health and immortality. We see this plant in the grocery store and most of the time walk past it and think nothing of it until we get a rash or become sunburned, however aloe has so many benefits.

Aloe is great for the skin and healing conditions like acne and reduces skin ailments such as dermatitis and psoriasis. It's a rich source of antioxidants and vitamins A. C and E that will help protect your skin. This magical tonic has been know to decrease itching of the scalp, reduces dandruff and can be used for oily scalp conditions. Use this as a conditioner for the hair to increase the strength and repair breakage. Aloe may be used topically, ingested internally and used as a conditioner and even a skin moisturizer.


Ingredients: 1 aloe leaf, spring or alkaline water(optional), air tight containers, 1 juicer, 1 pot with lid.


Directions:

Juicer: Rinse aloe leaf off and cut the outer stem. Cut aloe into pieces and place in the juicer. If this is too strong to drink alone add water. Keep refrigerated until ready to use.


Pot: Rinse aloe leaf and remove the stem and outer skin. place into the pot and cover with water. Bring water to a boil and turn the heat down to simmer for 10 minutes. Take the pot off the heat and allow to cool. Strain and place in air tight containers. Store in the refrigerator until ready to use.


Aloe juice to be drank should be used within 3 days of opening.




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