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Aloe Vera

Nature's Soothing Healer

Published by Healing Arts Press
Distributed by Simon & Schuster

About The Book

The basis of a multimillion-dollar industry of health and beauty products, aloe vera has long been known for its healing attributes. Recently it has attracted the interest of the scientific and medical communities who are studying the plant and its powerful regenerative properties. Externally, aloe vera is used to expedite the healing of burns and other injuries, rejuvenate and soften skin and hair, relieve joint and muscle pain, and help control acne. It is commonly used by physicians to heal serious burn injuries and by dentists, dermatologists, and optometrists to reduce swelling and inflammation. Internally, aloe is effective as a treatment for constipation, stomach ulcers, arthritis, diabetes, high blood pressure, and a host of other health problems.
In this book, the author discusses the properties of aloe vera and explains why it is effective in healing. She also explores the ways the plant has been used throughout history by cultures as diverse as the ancient Egyptian and Native American. Gage demystifies the proven curative properties of aloe vera and shows how it can be used to best advantage for a wide variety of problems.

New edition of the popular classic

Citing case studies and current research, Diane Gage presents a balanced view of the many uses of aloe vera.

About The Author

Diane Gage is a writer concentrating on modern health issues.

Product Details

  • Publisher: Healing Arts Press (March 1, 1996)
  • Length: 128 pages
  • ISBN13: 9780892816279

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"The history behind aloe's popularity makes for fascinating reading. If you've ever wondered about the role of aloe vera in the field of natural healing and how it might relate to you, this book tells all."

– Helene Meurer, Best of the Books

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