HOW TO TREAT DIABETES WITH TWO ALOE VERA LEAVES A DAY
Aloe is a subtropical succulent with thick, spiky leaves. Often grown indoors as a houseplant, it produces a thick, clear gel or “latex” for cuts and burns. Traditional uses were for constipation, asthma, headaches, arthritis and diabetic symptoms. More recently, it’s been used to treat seborrhea (a skin condition), psoriasis, genital herpes and constipation. Analysis of nine studies on aloe vera has scientists looking further into its potential to combat diabetes and pre-diabetes. Scientists at the David Grant USAF Medical Center analyzed the findings and found that diabetics with a fasting blood glucose above 200 milligrams a day benefitted most from oral aloe vera.