Not sure how to bring fresh aloe vera into your diet? This delicious slushy is a fantastic way to sneak in its incredible healing benefits. It’s refreshing and sweet and only takes a few minutes to prepare.
Aloe vera possesses more than 70 trace minerals that are grouped into undiscovered medicinal alloys. These alloys work together with the phytochemical aloin to calm inflammation in the gut, which makes it a top aid for IBS, Crohn’s, and colitis. This anti-inflammatory nature rejuvenates the appendix, as well as the ileum—a critical portion of the intestinal tract, because that’s where the body produces vitamin B12 when the digestive system is functioning as it should. That’s not all—as aloe rehabilitates the ileum, it also delivers a very bioavailable form of B12, making aloe an all-around B12 enhancer.
Aloe is wonderful for relieving constipation. It is also antiviral, antibacterial, antifungal (including anti-mold), and anti-parasitic (including anti-worm). It is incredibly useful for killing off the pathogens that create colon cancer, stomach cancer, and rectal cancer, as well as eliminating H. pylori and supporting the pancreas. It also has the unique ability to stop the growth of polyps and reduce the growth of hemorrhoids. And if you’re concerned that you’ve been exposed to radiation, turn to aloe—it has beta-carotene combined with lignins that remove radiation from the body.
Watermelon Aloe Slushy
* You can use fresh watermelon and frozen strawberries if you prefer.
Place all the ingredients in a blender and blend until smooth. Serve immediately.
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This item posted: 30-Apr-2019
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