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Video: Aloe Vera Shock Therapy

Aloe Vera Shock Therapy

Aloe Vera Shock Therapy

Medical Medium Aloe Vera Shock Therapy is an original Medical Medium healing tool from Brain Saver Protocols, Cleanses & Recipes. Many people struggle with gastrointestinal pain that radiates all through the abdomen and torso without realizing that it originates from the stomach or intestinal tract. Aloe vera has chemical compounds that neutralize acid and calm nerves in the intestinal tract linings, slowing down and stopping intestinal spasms. Aloe neutralizes acids and inhibits bacterial and viral growth as well as yeast, unproductive fungus, and mold growth. Aloe vera also soothes the linings of the intestinal tract, calming inflamed intestinal tract nerves, inhibiting gastric nerve spasms, and alleviating pressure on the vagus nerves.

Suggested Applications for Medical Medium Aloe Vera Shock Therapy:

Stomach pain, gastrointestinal pain, intestinal and stomach pain that rises into the chest or runs through the back and up to the neck and shoulders, colitis, IBS, Crohn’s, celiac, acid reflux, ulcers, stomach burning, H. pylori, SIBO, stomach pain shortly after eating a meal, stomach and intestinal cramping, gastritis, severe bloating that’s painful, constipation, acid attacks, gastroparesis.

Medical Medium Aloe Vera Shock Therapy Directions:

  • For an adult, consume 2 to 4 inches of fresh aloe vera gel (skin removed) every two to four waking hours.
  • Continue this therapy for one to seven days.
  • After three or more days off Aloe Vera Shock Therapy, you’re welcome to cycle through one to seven days of the therapy again. In between rounds of Aloe Vera Shock Therapy, you can do 2 or more inches of fresh aloe vera gel daily or twice a day.
  • To prepare the aloe gel, carefully slice open your 2- to 4-inch piece of aloe vera leaf, filleting it as if it were a fish and trimming away the green skin and spikes. Scoop out the clear gel.
  • Make sure you do not use the skin. As you’re scooping out the aloe gel, try not to scrape the skin. The chemical compound in the green skin can be irritating for some people.
  • Also cut off 1 inch from the very end of the base of the aloe leaf and discard; it’s too bitter.
  • Eat the gel straight if possible for best results. If you have trouble eating the aloe gel, it’s okay to blend it with water. (Still make sure not to use the green skin.)
  • This recipe is based on using a large, store-bought aloe vera leaf, which you can find in the produce section of many grocery stores. If you’re using a homegrown aloe vera plant, make sure it’s an edible source.
  • You’re welcome to prepare all of your aloe gel for the day at once. Store your aloe gel portions for later in the day in an airtight container in the refrigerator.
  • If you’re storing a partial leaf, wrap the cut end in a damp towel or plastic wrap and place it in the refrigerator.
  • Avoid aloe leaves where the gel is very red inside and extra watery. These leaves aren’t fresh and are starting to decay.
  • As with the other Medical Medium Shock Therapies, you can always choose to use less than the amount listed. Use the amount of aloe gel you’re comfortable with.

You can also find dosages for children in Brain Saver Protocols, Cleanses & Recipes.

Get more healing tools and answers to illnesses, symptoms, and conditions in Brain Saver and Brain Saver Protocols, Cleanses & Recipes.

This item posted: 02-Mar-2023

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