Aloe Vera is a magical herb that does wonders to the skin and intestines:
- It lubricates the (inner) skin – allowing the waste to slip out.
- It heals the inner-skin.
- It disinfects the gut by detaching germ layers – moving it down.
Drinking this potion can give relief to Diverticulosis pain and discomfort.
To protect itself, the Aloe Vera is coated with a toxic gel called “Aloin”. Industrial producers cut the leaves as a whole and aim to expel the Aloin by a chemical reaction called “de-coloration”. But some Aloin does remain there. It is OK to consume commercial products for a short time. For long-time usage, we recommend to prepare it yourself.
People with the active diverticular disease can take 40 grams of Aloe Vera daily and more. Preferably on empty stomach. Just cut a leaf, wash it and eat the gel.
You can even grow it if you like constant fresh supply.
Aloe Vera potion recipe
This recipe creates a concentrated drink. Dilute it with water to have a fresh, tasty drink that will nourish your intestines and body.
You may be able to buy Aloe Vera leaves in your local market. Or, you can buy it on eBay.
- Mature Aloe Vera leaves
- Apple juice concentrate
Cut the spiny sides of a leaf, and then the lower section of the leaves. Use a big spoon to scoop the Aloe Vera from the leaf. You will become proficient at this after a couple of times. Place the Aloe Vera in a strainer. Wash the Aloe Vera gel from the yellowish (Aloin) layer and put it in a blender. Add a similar amount of apple juice to the blender and blend for several minutes.
Pour the concentrate into a bottle and place it in the fridge.
Put a small amount in a glass and dilute it with water. Drink it.
In the first few days, you will sense that your intestines are being emptied. You may also feel less pain and discomfort.