Freeze Aloe Vera. Here’s Why

Aloe Vera has been a part of Ayurveda  medicine for centuries. It has incredible benefits for our skin and overall health, and can be used to resolve numerous problems.

Benefits of Aloe gel:

Rich in essential nutrients

Fresh gel from the Aloe leaves contains a variety of vitamins and minerals that will do our health a lot of good.

Fights digestive problems

Consuming Aloe Vera Gel is  great against bloating, excess gasses, indigestion, constipation and increased stomach acidity, and offers quick results.

Detoxifies the body

Regular consumption of the gel will remove all toxins from your body. Add it to smoothies or consume it fresh before breakfast to boost your digestion and metabolism as well.

Treats anemia

Aloe gel has been used in Ayurveda medicine to prepare Kumari, a remedy for anemia and other hepatic and digestive disorders.

Balances your hormones

Aloe gel resolves hormonal imbalance and problems related to the spleen and pancreas.

Great for your skin and hair

Aloe Vera gel can relieve minor cuts, wounds and burns and keep your skin and hair hydrated and smooth.

Boosts your immune system

Consuming the gel will improve your immune system and is great for the cold winter days.

How to freeze the gel?

The best way to preserve all the nutrients and benefits of the gel is to freeze it. In this way, you’ll be able to maintain its freshness for a longer period and easily use it. Just get a few Aloe leaves and open them slowly, then extract the gel from the inside, cut it in strips, put them in a jar and keep the jar in the freezer. In this way, you’ll always have a steady supply of easy-to-use Aloe Vera gel. For even easier access, pour the gel in an ice cube tray and freeze it.

If you’ve got dark bags under your eyes, these cubes are your best friend. Simply rub one under your eyes until it melts, and repeat the process until the bags are gone. Finally, if you suffer from constipation, simply pop one of the cubes in your mouth and let it dissolve.

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