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We have talked about it and it appears in many of our recipes. Aloe vera is a common houseplant since it’s easy to take care of, even if you live in an apartment.
Aloe is well known for its soothing, healing, anesthetic, anti-thermal and anti-inflammatory properties.
It is also good for your skin and hair, and is amazing for men, too.
Did you know that?
Check these 5 benefits that Aloe offers for men:
Improves physical resistance
Improves cardiovascular health
Improves digestive health
Besides all those things, aloe also helps with hair loss and hair growth, and is good to relieve muscle pains.
The plant can be used in many different ways, like gel, juice, powder, etc. The right way to use Aloe depends on your objective.
Gel is extracted from Aloe’s leaves and is used to treat skin problems, such as acne and burns. Aloe juice is used for digestive problems or to lose weight.
There are many different ways to enjoy all the benefits of Aloe. One of the ways of consuming Aloe is through an Aloe vera juice.
Do you want to learn how to make it?
Write down the ingredients:
To make Aloe juice at home, cut the sides of some leaves.
Wash them and remove the yellow part right under the skin, which can irritate your stomach.
Put the gel in a blender, following the proportions of 100g (1/2 cup) of pulp to 1 liter of water (4 cups) and mix.
If you wish, add 1 tablespoon of honey or a citrus fruit, like lemon or orange, to better the taste.
Keep in mind that you must consume only 20ml of this juice, 2 or 3 times per day.
Because of aloin, the excessive consumption of Aloe vera can cause nausea, abdominal pain, and diarrhea.
Aloe juice must not be consumed by pregnant women, elderly people, and people who take medicines for blood pressure and heart issues.
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