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Consumer Guide For Aloe Ferox On The Skin

Proven to have a positive effect on the following skin conditions; Fungal infections, viruses, parasites, allergic reactions, skin infections, ageing of the skin, acne, eczema, psoriasis, rosacea, nappy rash, shaving rash, abrasions, scratches, heat rash, sunburn, itching, burns, radiation burns, scars, cellulite, heels/elbows, painful, tired, smelly or sweaty feet, dry, chapped lips, moles, stretch marks, blemishes, sun and liver spots, ringworm, athlete’s foot, thrush, shingles, chicken pox, warts, boils, cold sores (herpes), scabies, head lice, insect bites, urticaria, dermatitis, impetigo.

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Consumer guide for the digestive system

Gastrointestinal conditions are one of the most common problems many doctors see everyday. It is not unusual for someone to have any one of the following conditions; constipation, haemorrhoids, heartburn, diarrhoea, bile, colic, stomach ulcers, flatulence, indigestion, spastic colon, diverticulitis, gallstones, irritable bowel syndrome, worms, liver problems.

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Aloe Ferox Video

This video illustrates where the products on this website come from. Aloe contains at least 130 medicinal agents with various actions: anti-inflammatory, analgesic, calming, anti-septic, germicidal, anti-viral, anti-tumour, anti-cancer, detoxifying, stimulating cell renewal, stimulating wound healing and destroying parasites. Aloe helps to improve penetration in the skin so that nutrients and moisturizers can be absorbed […]

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