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Aloe Vera Juice and Ulcers

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Yes, you can drink the aloe vera juice!

Yes, you can drink the aloe vera juice!

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Peptic, Duodenal, Colon and Intestinal Ulcers Relief

As we all know, ulcers are everywhere. Any break in the skin, which refuses to heal in a normal length of time, is commonly referred to as an ulcer. Most ulcers caused by external trauma such as wounds, lesions, scraps and burns will normally heal over time if kept clean and are exposed to clean air and oxygen.

I'm sure we have all experienced this natural healing process at one time or another in our lifetime.

Ulcers and ulcerations in the mucous membranes are however, a different story. Some of these ulcerations, which are caused systemically, such as mouth ulcers, stomach ulcers and intestinal ulcers sometimes, hang around for an extended period of time. Some even stick around for years, causing the sufferer much pain and discomfort. This is definitely true of stomach, duodenal, colon and intestinal ulcers, which have become so prevalent that a very high percentage of the population will experience these forms of ulcerations during ones life time.

In most cases, these ulcers of the mucous membrane will eventually heal themselves in time. But in the meantime, these ulcers can cause some serious complications, including hemorrhaging, scarring and the obstruction to the normal passage of material and may result in cancer.

That leaves us to deal with the tissue trauma ulcers. But first, lets jump back a little bit to the major cause of these ulcers. We all know, that the number one major cause of this ulcer condition, of the mucous membrane, is STRESS. That still leaves us with the question about what can be done effectively to deal with the STRESS that causes the ulcer in the first place.

Enter Aloe Vera. We can easily show that ulcers of various kinds have been treated with remarkable success using stabilized Aloe Vera. What is also remarkable is that Aloe Vera shows great promise as a systemic balancing agent as a STRESS preventive.

Under strict group testing, "stabilized Aloe Vera" has shown time and time again to lower ulcerations by a convincing 85%, and demonstrates a 50% increase in the healing rate. Additionally, with sever mucous membrane ulcerations and ulcers; there is usually a considerable amount of pain and discomfort. These test show that drinking stabilized Aloe Vera exhibited some considerable capacity to penetrate the skin tissue and alleviate the pain and discomfort, even around bone and joints.

In test after test, stabilized Aloe Vera has shown positive results with complete recovery with all patients, in healing of their ulcers. There can be little doubt that the properties attributed to Aloe Vera should be therapeutically used in the management and the prevention of peptic ulcers.

The "preventive treatment" referred to by the several test groups, include a follow up recovery program, which would be 2-4oz of stabilized Aloe Vera a day.

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Comments

DeBorrah K Ogans on February 08, 2012:

gicody, Nice informative hub on the uses of Aloe Vera! Thank You for sharing, Peace & Blessings!

GJCody (author) from Pittsburgh on January 24, 2012:

Thank you Nazarene for your comment. I appreciate your blessing and I hope you do start drinking Aloe Vera ...it is a true blessing from God. My best to your health!

Nazarene on November 14, 2011:

Thanks for all these wonderful stories. God bless you all. I'll start taking slow today.

Tawana on January 26, 2011:

Thanks for replying back. It's been about two weeks now since my husband has been drinking the aloe vera juice. I can tell it's helping with the pain. The sore is still extremely sensitive. Does he need to soak his foot in the aloe vera juice or gel, or does it matter which? His ankle is extremely sensitive so he's nervous to put anything on it. I will encourage him to do what u suggest. Thanks!

GJCody (author) from Pittsburgh on January 24, 2011:

tchavous ...I do hope you get this information. It would be help to soak his ankle in aloe. When aloe is wet ...it keeps working. I am sorry to hear of his discomfort. I wish you well. My best to your health!

GJCody (author) from Pittsburgh on January 24, 2011:

Tessa ...Just check my profile and you can link to our company ...We have been in business since 1999. You will love the flavors and certainly enjoy the benefits. Thank you for coming by and your comment.

tchavous on January 03, 2011:

Thanks for the report: My husband is 35yrs old and has had several leg ulcers and a couple of surgerys cause the sores wouldn't heal. When a new ulcer shows up it's like a nightmare to our family. He just had one ucler heal and now a his other ankle is really sore like another one is about to open up. We've tried alot of different stuff but the sores are still very slow to heal. I didn't know it was good for sores so this has become interesting. I will go buy some tomorrow and encourage my husband to give it a try. If you know of anything else that could help please let me know. Thanks!

Tessa on December 04, 2010:

I was wondering if you could tell me who a good supplier is and where I could buy some. I have been suffering from an ulcer for around 6 months and it hasn't been getting better. I keep it pretty well painless with my diet and excercise, but some night are still rough and I would like a different alternative vs taking meds everyday.

GJCody (author) from Pittsburgh on June 29, 2010:

davidjames37 ...thank you for your incite about aloe. When you say you were eating it ...were you drinking the juice made from the plant or actually eating it?

Believe me aloe vera works for an ulcer ...it can actually heal it. Aloe is anti-bacterial and an ulcer is caused by bacteria.

I am glad to know that you are eating the proper foods.

Thanks for coming by and my best to your health!

davidjames37 on June 29, 2010:

Excellent report. When I was first diagnosed with an ulcer, I began eating aloe vera on a regular basis. I wasn't having a lot of success with it because my diet was completely out of whack.

Once I started with a raw foods diet and began blending cabbage juice 4 times a day, I began seeing some serious results.

I'm sure aloe vera works, just when I was trying it at the time, I didn't understand the importance of avoiding specific foods and eating other foods to heal my problem.

GJCody (author) from Pittsburgh on April 18, 2010:

DrScottW ...thank you for your comment about Aloe juice. We have been recommending it here at Healthy Systems for years. Aloe Pure juice is the reason why I opened our company.

Thank you for stopping by and keep on spreading the good news ...but old news about Aloe Vera. Perhaps people will get it????

GJCody (author) from Pittsburgh on April 18, 2010:

Norbert16 ...you are one lucky person to have aloe growing in your garden ...I wish we could to that here, but no luck ..really cold seasons. But take advantage of the greatness of what you have at hand. My best to you and thank you for your comment.

Norbert16 from MARINGA - PARANA - BRAZIL on January 13, 2010:

Interesting Article. Here in Brazil we have ALoe Vera in out Garden, just growing. We use it for hair treatment, treatment of fire wounds, burnt skin, or we drink some of it to prevent cancer or other inflamations. In my natural products estore I sell pills of aloe vera with great success in germany and USA. They are very very effective.

Congratulation for this very informing article.

Norbert

DrScottW on November 14, 2009:

Great article. I've been suggesting drinking Aloe Vera Juice & Gel for years to heal GERD (Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease), stomach ulcers, duodenal ulcers, and a lot of other intestinal syndromes. Aloe not only is healing, but relieves symptoms as it heals. Aloe is also good for the digestion and aids absorption of proteins and minerals.

Thank you again for your information.

GJCody (author) from Pittsburgh on July 02, 2008:

MsKnowALot ...It would be great if you tired our Aloe Juice ...I could write a testimony from you about how good it really tastes. I tell you my grandchildren can't wait until I come to their house with NaNa Juice. :-)))) LOL Out of the mouth of babes!!

Thank you for stopping by ...means a lot to me ...my best to you and your health!!

MsKnowALot on July 02, 2008:

gjcody -

I'm still gonna have to try some of that Aloe Vera juice, nice hub! :)

GJCody (author) from Pittsburgh on July 01, 2008:

Thank you for stopping by ...It is really cool stuff.  I don't go a day without drinking Aloe Vera Juice.  My favorite is Strawberry-Kiwi  ...And it tastes good ...It is the best tasting Aloe one the market ....Again ...thank you for coming by and hope to see you again!  My best to your health!

my-hair-tools from Ohio on July 01, 2008:

had no idea! i knew the stuff had some good qualities but didn't know it could do all that, ill keep this in mind thanks!

GJCody (author) from Pittsburgh on June 18, 2008:

cgull8m ...thank you for the comment. And let me say Vaseline is okay for the most part but it is definitely not antibacterial. But what ever works and gets the job done.

Thank you for the bookmark and believe me Aloe does work for ulcers ...but as I say in my hubs ...not all aloe is manufacturered equally. Know your supplier!

My best to you!

cgull8m from North Carolina on June 18, 2008:

Interesting hub, glad to see there is a natural cure instead of the medications, one of my friend suffers from ulcer, I will bookmark this and send it to him. I use Vaseline lotion on wounds instead of ointments and other stuff, it works like a charm and heals quickly.

GJCody (author) from Pittsburgh on June 18, 2008:

Thanks for stopping by .. Shadebreath ... you would not believe how good it is ...I always drink aloe in the morning and in the evening.  I sometimes drink it in the daytime too ..if I am not feeling so good. 

Actually it is great tasting.  My grandchildren love to drink it ...They call it "NaNa Juice" ...It has flavors ...and it is from the natural fruit.  Sooooo....not only tastes good but is good for you.  Think about how it helped your sister-in-law on the outside....and that it can do the same on the inside.

My best to you!

Shadesbreath from California on June 17, 2008:

I had totally no idea. To be honest, I thought Aloe Vera was just really, really cool for putting on sunburns. My sis-in-law had a plant in her back yard and we broke off a stem one time and smeared it on some burnt sandal feet we got from walking around a car show. Totally awesome. But ulcers too? Fascinating. I can't help wonder how it tastes. Thanks for the info.