Aloe Vera

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When the acid begins to rise up into your esophagus as a result of gastroesophageal reflux disease, relief is all that you want, and there is no better way to relieve inflammation than with aloe vera! Typically used to reduce swelling and irritation on the skin, aloe vera juice can have a similar effect on the tissues of the gut and digestive tracts. While aloe vera doesn’t necessarily impact the acidity levels of the gut, it can alleviate the symptoms very quickly and help you get back to a more normal quality of life. Aloe vera juice should be combined with other natural remedies, like baking soda, that actually reduce acidity levels.

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