Aloe Vera The Miracle, Healing, Plant

The ancient Egyptians called Aloe Vera the “plant of immortality“. Both Cleopatra and Nefertiti attributed their beauty to this plant, spending much time soaking in baths filled with Aloe. It is also known as the medicine plant, the treatment plant, the miracle plant, and the healing plant.

Man has used the plant for over 5,000 years. We generally use it for topical applications, eg: burns, cuts and general skin improvement. However, Aloe Vera has much more than just topical value. Drinking Aloe juice has many health benefits as it detoxifies the body. More and more uses are being discovered almost daily. Here are some of the reasons you should be using the aloe vera plant: 

1. Helping With Weight Loss

Aloe juice speeds up metabolism; it helps in the promotion of proper digestion; and also aids in the burning of extra fat and calories. The juice from the aloe plant helps reduce water retention and fat accumulation. It contains lots of soluble fiber. This soluble fiber binds with the fatty foods we consume and helps in their elimination. Thus preventing the absorption of excessive dietary fat.

To accomplish this the aloe gel must be taken at least once daily.

2. Aloe Vera For Beauty

Miracle Aloe Vera Healing, Plant

Aloe Vera Your Complete Beauty Treatment

The Aloe gel has been used for eons as a beauty treatment.  Aloe is used in many beauty and hair care products. The gel is a superior moisturizer and is anti-aging.

  • It helps remove wrinkles and facial lines.
  • Repairs sun-damaged skin.
  • Acts as a sunscreen
  • Treats dark spots.
  • Heals acne and whiteheads.

Applying the gel morning and evening can help in the removal of skin blemishes. Also drinking the gel daily helps bring about beautiful skin from the inside out. 

Create Firming Mask

The aloin (the brown substance that seeps from the leaf when it is freshly cut) acts as a facial mask. Simply take the aloin from a freshly cut leaf and apply it to your face before going to bed. The gel will harden and bind the skin together. On arising simply wash off the gel to reveal beautiful, firm skin. 

Miracle Aloe Vera Healing Plant

3. Aloe Vera A Diabetic Cure

Lowering blood sugar is a well-known effect of Aloe vera juice therapy. Drinking Aloe increases the secretion of insulin, thereby helping in the control of sudden spikes in blood glucose. Many diabetic patients are known to have reduced their medication when aloe vera juice is consumed regularly. 

If you are diabetic, frequent monitoring of blood sugar levels is essential when you start on Aloe vera juice. Diabetic medication should be adjusted accordingly under guidance from a qualified health practitioner.

4. Unusual & Unexpected Clinical Responses To Aloe Treatment

The active ingredient in Aloe is the molecule called Mannose. It is a ‘cell for function’ and an energy molecule. Remarkable studies over many years have revealed that the Mannose in Aloe has almost miraculous healing and restorative properties. Here are some of the miraculous results:

  • Down Syndrome – healed completely.
  • Dwarfism in infants completely healed and their appearance transformed to that of normal children.
  • Fetal Alcohol Syndrome – These children went from having an IQ of 52 to over 100 with the continued use of the juice. Even their appearance changed.
  • Leukodystrophies (a brain defect where these children’s brains don’t develop) – they came out of commas and begin to develop.
  • Alzheimer’s patients who had lost the ability to speak for between one (1) to two (2) years were restored to full capacity. 
  • Old Stable Strokes – up to 26 years, major sensory and motor defects returned to normalcy.
  • Parkinsons – over 300 documented Parkinson’s patients have responded.
  • Cancer was completely healed.
  • Aids patients had their sores disappear.
  • Cerebral Palsy in adults and children healed.

 Aloe Vera The Most Complete Food

The Miracle Aloe healing plant is perhaps the most complete food known to mankind. It contains:


  • A (Beta-Carotene)
  • B1 (Thiamine)
  • B2 (Riboflavin)
  • B3 (Niacin)
  • B5
  • B6 (Pyridoksin)
  • B12
  • C
  • E
  • Kolin
  • Folate


  • Calcium
  • Chrome
  • Copper
  • Iron
  • Magnesium
  • Manganese
  • Potassium
  • Phosphorus
  • Sodium
  • Zinc


  • Aliiase
  • Alkaline phosphatase
  • Amylase
  • Carboxypeptidase
  • Catalase
  • Cellulase
  • Lipase
  • Peroxidase

The Dangers of Aloe

Aloe is as powerful as it is dangerous. What makes it dangerous? The answer is Aloin, the brownish/reddish substance under the skin of the Aloe plant. Not only is Aloin a mild laxative, but it is also toxic. Continued consumption of it can poison the system.

How To Make Aloe Juice

To remove the Aloin, cut the leaf and place it in a bowl of water. Leave it to soak. The water will turn red. Drain off the water and place the aloe in a fresh container of water. When the water has turned mildly discolored, remove the leaf and extract the gel.

To remove the gel cut off the sharp edges of the leaf. Slice the leaf in two along its entire length and scope out the gel. Once you have extracted the gel blend in some water.

National Library of Medicine:

Noni Fruit – One of The World’s Most Powerful Superfoods

It is with utter astonishment and horror that I watch as daily more and more people cut down or trim their Noni tree till it is almost useless. Or they simply treat the fruit as a nuisance. This while, at the same time, they spend tons purchasing pharmaceuticals. They are totally unaware that Noni could help them solve many of their health issues.

Noni (Morinda citrifolia L.) is also known as great morinda, Indian mulberry, nunaakai, dog dumpling, mengkudu, beach mulberry, cheese fruit, hag apple, hog apple, ice leaf, and pain killer. The plant is native to India, Australia, and Polynesia. It is known as a famine food and has been used for over six (6) thousands of years by traditional healers.


Noni Fruit - One of The World's Most Powerful Superfoods


Noni’s Powerful Healing Effects


The fruit is known as a superfood and with good reason.  Ancient Sanskrit manuscripts record the Noni fruit has, “marvelous healthful properties”. It is referred to as a primary ingredient in natural healing formulations.


Professor R.M. Heinicke of the University of Hawaii conducted research on the Noni fruit. His research led him to the conclusion that it can be used to heal a multitude of illnesses. He writes: Some of the problems which drinking Noni juice might favorably affect are:


  • High blood pressure
  • Menstrual cramps,
  • Arthritis
  • Gastric ulcers
  • Sprains
  • Injuries
  • Mental depression
  • Senility
  • Poor digestion
  • Atherosclerosis
  • Blood vessel problems
  • Addiction
  • Relief for pain and many others.


Although this list looks like a page torn out of a traveling medicine man’s manual, it is probably conservative.

Some Astonishing Noni Findings

Noni Fruit - One of The World's Most Powerful Superfoods

Dr. Solomon, who has been studying Noni for nearly a decade and whose books on noni have sold over a million copies in the US alone, adds to that list cancer, heart disease, diabetes, and strokes. The main contributory factor for all of them is stress.

Noni For Beautiful Skin

The juice acts as a moisturizer when applied to the skin daily. It has the ability to replenish and repair your skin. The juice is packed with vitamin A (what retinol is derived from) and it’s one of the most powerful vitamins out there for near-perfect skin.

Applied topically, noni encourages the cells to renew themselves lightning-fast, helping to limit breakouts, skin blemishes, and fine lines. 

It is also packed with moisture magnets and vitamin E, making it perfect for overcoming dry, flaky skin as well as pollution and other environmental factors.

A Skeptic Becomes A Believer

Dr. Mian-Ying Wang a physician and research associate professor broke her wrist while at a scientific conference in Philadelphia. Friends gave her a bottle of noni juice and told her that it would help with the healing.

“After a week, they called to see if I was drinking it,” she said. “I said, No, I’m never going to touch this noni juice.′ ” However, Wang was eventually convinced into trying the juice, and, a week later, she was able to have the cast on her wrist removed with compliments from her doctor on how quickly she had recovered.

This provided her with the impetus she needed to delve into 10 years of research on the healing properties of Morinda citrifolia. Her research has revealed positive results for patients with osteoarthritis of the hip or knee and on the quality of life and hearing function of postmenopausal women. She has proven that Noni has protective effects against liver damage and damage to the DNA and cholesterol levels of current heavy smokers.

Her studies revealed a 60 to 85 percent reduction in breast cancer formation and protective properties against environmentally caused cancers

Gangrene Reversed

Dr. Lionel Gaskin Mayers tells of his experience with a patient whose foot was about to be amputated because of gangrene. Using the Noni fruit on a continuous, daily basis the patient was able to completely reverse the condition. So much so, that the foot no longer needed to be amputated.


My Personal Experience With Noni


Many years ago when my two children were perhaps about 5 and 2 years old they went to the country for vacation. There they contracted some sort of skin ailment.


It looked like scabies. These scales covered their feet in ever-increasing measure. They scratched and blistered. It was not only painful, but it was also quite unsightly. So much so, that when their mom took them to the clinic they ran them out of it. 


Their mom got worried, as any mom would. It seemed as though there was nothing that could be done.


It was at that time that I got the Tahitian Noni and applied it to the sores. At the same time, giving it to them to drink. In short order, it not only dried up but eventually completely disappeared.


From that moment on I, as well as my family, became totally convinced of the superpowers of the Noni Fruit.

Cinnamon – The Taste Enhancer & Healing Bark

There Are Two Main Types of Cinnamon

Cinnamon is a common household spice that is used around the world in both cooking, and as a flavoring in drinks. It comes from a Greek word that means sweet wood. There are primarily two types of cinnamon. The first is the darker-colored ‘cassia’ which is grown in southeastern Asia. Then there is the more expensive (and more powerful) ‘Ceylon’ cinnamon, also known as ‘true cinnamon’. This type grows in Sri Lanka and is made from the bark of the Cinnamomum Zeylanicum plant.

The ancient Egyptians used cinnamon. It was so valued that it was once monetary currency. And also considered a suitable gift for kings.

cinnamon the healer

Its most potent component is cinnamaldehyde. Foods like tomatoes, citrus, and chocolate contain large amounts of cinnamaldehyde.  However, the amount found in cinnamon is far greater than that found in any of those other foods. Six (6) grams contains from 42 to 189 mg of cinnamaldehyde.

The Antioxidants Properties of Cinnamon

Cinnamon is full of antioxidants. These antioxidants are found in the form of polyphenols.

The Power of Polyphenols?

Polyphenols are micronutrients that we get through plants. They’re crammed with antioxidants and have potential health benefits, including:

  • Fighting cancer.
  • Hormonal Imbalance
  • Promotes a healthy heart.
  • Lowers blood sugar levels (type 2 diabetes).
  • Obesity.
  •  In Ayurvedic medicine, cinnamon extracts are used for ailments such as arthritis, diarrhea, and menstrual irregularities.
  • Metabolic syndrome.
  • Insulin resistance.
  • Prevents blood clots.
  • Hyperlipidaemia.
  • Its prebiotic properties promote healthy gut bacteria, thereby aiding in the digestion process.
  • It also promotes healthy brain activity, thereby aiding in concentration and memory.
  • Prevents Alzheimer’s disease.
  • Prevents multiple sclerosis.
  • A 2000 study found that cinnamon protects against HIV. Scientists tested 69 extracts in a laboratory. The bark, and the shoot and fruit, are most effective in reducing HIV activity. A  2016 study further revealed that the extract has an anti-HIV effect.

Not only is cinnamon packed with large amounts of polyphenols, but these are also easily absorbed by the body. It also has antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, and anti-bacterial properties. Antioxidants help protect against harmful “free radicals” that damage cells.

Studies on The Effect of Cinnamon on Diabetes

The WHO has indicated that there are 347 million people with diabetes worldwide in 2015. Studies show that the compliance levels of diabetic patients, who use current conventional treatments,  are poor (). Diabetic patients are 1.6 times more likely than non-diabetics to use complementary and alternative medicines(CAM) for a number of reasons.

The increasing use of CAM is attributed to the complex treatment regimes, hypoglycemia (low blood sugar, a fall in blood sugar to levels below normal. Resulting in a variety of symptoms, including clumsiness, trouble talking, confusion, loss of consciousness, seizures, or death), patient beliefs, and the side effects of medications have resulted in limited compliance with conventional treatments.

The Nutritional Value of Cinnamon

According to the U.S. Department of Agriculture, a teaspoon of ground cinnamon weighing 2.6 g contains:

  • Energy: 6.42 calories.
  • Carbohydrates: 2.1 g.
  • Calcium: 26.1 milligrams (mg).
  • Iron: 0.21 mg.
  • Magnesium: 1.56 mg.
  • Phosphorus: 1.66 mg.
  • Potassium: 11.2 mg.
  • Vitamin A: 0.39 micrograms.

It also contains traces of vitamins B and K and the antioxidants choline, beta-carotene, alpha-carotene, beta-cryptoxanthin, lycopene, lutein, and zeaxanthin.