Aloe Vera

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Aloe vera is one of nature’s greatest gifts in terms of natural healing, and it is frequently used in many gels, salves and creams for the skin. If you are suffering from a rash, there is usually a good deal of inflammation, redness, pain and itchiness at the site. Applying aloe vera gel, either naturally squeezed from the leaves or in a more processed form, it can remove that irritation and soothe the skin. The slight numbing of aloe vera also shows that the nutrients are doing their work, stimulating blood flow to promote healing, eliminate any toxins and restore normal tissue function. Protection Status
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