Aloe Vera "Native Medicine" Plants at Harlan's Arizona Vacation Homes You Are Welcome To Investigate
At all of our Arizona Vacation Rental Homes http://Arizonavactionhomerental.com
you will see a small plant called "Aloe Vera," that I originally ran into In the
Midwest, living there I saw many friends (relatives etc) with house plants growing
of these small Aloe Vera and they told me they keep ( and said I should too, and to take a slip home to start one).
The plants, not only as house decoration greenery enhancement but in case of family burns and injuries, kept available, since these were a great aid to first aid treatment, and natural self doctoring.
Then I see the same plant growing natural outside year around, here in AZ with people here and telling me the same thing, that native Indians use them as an important native medicine plant.
Looking it up on the net, I find there are over 500 variety's around the world for century's, and even used internally as well as my familiar externally for skin irritation, burns, scalds, sunburn, wounds, eczema, psoriasis, acne, dermatitis, ulcers and to stimulate cell regeneration.
Some friends say the gel makes a great skin softening agent that is so good you find it added to dozens of commercial products, (if you read labels.) (they add stingy tiny amounts, you can use it big time) (free)
For burns and other wounds Aloe fights bacterial, fungus and viral infection while at the same time increasing circulation. has enzymes -that reduce swelling, itching, reducing inflammation as well as pain.
Studies show Aloe causes wounds to heal much faster particularly in older people. (examples bed sores 5 times as fast)
My wife has asthma so I am looking into how to best use Aloe Vera for her since it is reported helpful for those suffering from asthma when the asthma sufferers were not dependant on corticosteroids for treatment.
Since I am a diabetic and publish a newspaper and web site on diabetes, I read that Aloe extract, in one study, reduced fasting blood-sugar dramatically, looking how to best personally try that out.
Interested in following up on this plant so I have it growing at all 12 of these homes and personally planted most it (though I bought several homes with it already in place and established, ) and can tell you where at each home.
Be assured you are welcome to break off a lower leaf and try it out or take it with you or to obtain what is necessary to start a home house plant.
Read up more on Aloe Vera plants, Remember, I have nothing to sell.
I am giving you samples to try, for free, because it may help you since I read the pulp, juice etc is one of the most nutrition-packed and biologically-alive liquids on earth and contains more than seventy-five nutrients that act synergistically for your health. Further, its average pH is a balancing¯ 4.55. and it says here is full of phyto-nutrients.
Aloe Vera is a desert plant that's been treasured for centuries for its ability to enhance health and known by the American Indians as a great medicine source. Records show Cleopatra and Egyptians used it 1500 BC.
You can use it daily (help yourself, to side leaves on out of mainstream area plants) for burns, cuts, scrapes and skin irritations. (even try as skin softener.) Immune support and function, and you can research it on your own on using it internally (for many health conditions considered by many as sensational)
I do not go into that here, nor have I had time to do personal evaluations. You can use it for personal consumption, read suggestions for internal use elsewhere,
Some locally seeking health benefits I read are making smoothies, etc and mix the gel in a blender.
To use, lay a leaf flat and slice open a leaf length wise and expose and strip out the clear gel which is the part you are interested in, not the colored.
You are welcome to take off some side leaves from the plants. at our homes where you are staying as an appreciated guest, (without harming the main decorative plants,) for use or to take with you.
We appreciate your business and want you to get much from your stay with us.
If you would like a seedling, to take home to start one in a pot, ask Harlan to separate one out, one entire plant for you, free of charge.
They will travel okay, grow easily and self multiply. A hardy forgiving plant. We suggest you read up further on the plant on the web etc.
Most of our individual "how to take care of this individual house" explanations may explain exactly where the plants are at that home, so you can identify them, (they do look somewhat like Yucca plants etc)
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