Today I want to inform you about a particular plant that offers some incredible health benefits for you. And while you may already use this plant for one basic treatment, its abilities extend much further.
It’s just another gift of nature that could help to change your life for the better and make things a little bit easier.
That’s why I call this herb the “Wonder Plant”…
I’m sure you’ve already heard of this wonder plant, and you may have even used it to treat a nasty sunburn you got while vacationing somewhere sunny. That’s right – I’m talking about the aloe vera plant.
But you probably don’t know all the other uses for aloe vera! Here they are…
i. Lower cholesterol
Studies have shown that aloe vera, when taken orally, can bring cholesterol and triglyceride levels down significantly. And while it reduces bad cholesterol, the aloe vera plant may also increase healthy cholesterol within the body!
ii. Wound treatment
Most of us have used aloe vera to treat our sunburns, but it goes much further when it comes to wounds. This wonder plant can reduce pain, stimulate tissue regeneration, aid in the healing process as an anti-inflammatory, and keep your wound free of infection. That’s why aloe vera has been used for everything from burns to surgical wounds.
iii. Dental benefits
Not only is aloe vera less harsh and easier for people with sensitive teeth to use than traditional toothpastes, but this plant also has antibacterial qualities that may prevent cavities. And on top of that, aloe vera can help fight against gingivitis.
iv. Helps manage diabetes
After a few months of treatment, aloe vera gel powder significantly reduced fasting blood sugar in diabetics. You should obviously consult with your doctor before using aloe vera for any of these uses, but this shows just how beneficial aloe vera could be for you…
v. Ulcerative colitis treatment
Another study using aloe vera as treatment saw results showing real improvement in patients suffering from ulcerative colitis. The wound-healing properties of this wonder plant apparently make it a good match for the inflammatory bowel disease.
vi. Heart benefits
Aloe vera may also have some fantastic heart benefits, such as lowering blood pressure!
Is there anything this wonder plant can’t do…?