Aloe Vera is well reputed for its ability to soothe and heal burns, sunburn, ulcers, scalds, stings, cold sores, sprains, bruises and numerous skin conditions. It is also used for acne, arthritis, fungal disease such as athlete's foot, scalp problems, haemorrhoids, gum and mouth irritations. The juice is said to prevent prevent or draw out infection in wounds.
But there is much more to Aloe Vera. This book explores the rich history of Aloe Vera through its use in early Chinese medicine, to its place in complementary medicine today for the treatment of cardiovascular disease, liver complaints and diabetes.
Cherie has been working as a health therapist for over 30 years, and a consultant for Aloe Vera of Australia for around 25 years on formulations. She lectures both here and overseas, on the amazing benefits of Aloe Vera.
Features: 167 pages, Paperback
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