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Aloe Vera,

stopping bleeding on wounds inflicted during wars. The fresh flowers can be rubbed on the skin to remove warts and scars. Therapeutically properties: Amenorrhea, Angina, Fevers, Gastritis, Hypotension, Jaundice, Rheumatism, Vomiting, Superficial cuts, Inflammation and poultice used externally to treat swelling abscesses and draw out boils.

Aloe is a genus of plants with more than 150 species, most native to South Africa. They usually have short stems, fleshy, lanceolate leaves crowded in rosettes at the end of the stem, and red or yellow tubular flowers in dense clusters. Aloe is bitter thus helps to balance the glucose level of the blood and its zinc and other mineral content stimulates the production of insulin by the pancreas. It is used topically to treat burns, wounds and stubborn ulcers. When ingested, it helps to lower cholesterol, reduces inflammation resulting from radiation therapy, increases blood vessel regeneration in lower extremities of people with poor circulation, soothes stomach irritation, aids healing, and acts as a laxative. Aloes also increases blood flow to the uterus thus can be used to induce menstrual flow. It improves the hypoglycemic effect of glyburide (glibenclamide)

Medicinal properties: antimicrobial, antiviral, maturating, vulnerary hemostatic and antiinflammatory

Milk thistle (Silybum marianus) Calcium, fatty acids, iron, magnesium, manganese, phosphorous, potassium, selenium and zinc are among the nutrients which are available in milk thistle. Protects the liver from toxins and pollutants by preventing free radical damage and promotes the production of new liver cells. Thistle also protects the kidney. It is effective against chronic liver cir-

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