Aloe Vera May Prevent Parasitic Infections 28 July 2010
A study published in the June 2010 edition of the journal Pharmaceutical Biology discusses the long history of South African farmers using plants as a low cost way to prevent parasitic infections in their animals. King of the plants for this was aloe vera.
Take home message: Some people make the case that it is normal for us to have parasites and worms living in our intestines. That it has been going on for years. That may be true but I continue to maintain that it is not good for our health. What has been going on for years is traditional populations consuming various herbs, spices and foods to eliminate them. Aloe is especially good- another reason why I now add my own fresh organic aloe to my morning vegetable juice.
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