So what is aloe ferox, anyway?
Aloe Ferox is a plant native to South Africa. It's similar to Aloe Vera, but Aloe Ferox has many times more nutritional and medicinal value than aloe vera. It is a very robust plant living in a harsh environment and growing to 2 meters tall!
Over 130 biological active compounds of the aloe ferox have so far been reported. The Aloe ferox leaf contains substances such as amino acids, minerals, vitamins, polysaccharides, glycoproteins, anthraquinones, enzymes, lignin, chlorophyll, saponins, sterols and other plant chemicals with numerous medicinal activities.
Where can I buy Aloe Ferox Products?
You can visit www.aloeferox.us to find an local agent or internet distributor of this product
How do I use these products?
Each Aloe Ferox product has a list of directions for use. Ask your agent for an information sheet.
WHAT YOU MUST KNOW WHEN USING HERBS LIKE ALOE FEROX
The human body was designed with all the mechanisms to heal itself. Aloe
ferox and many other herbs enhance the body's own mechanisms for healing!
Herbs or Medication? Herbs prove themselves to be close therapeutic
competitors of medication and are almost always safer, gentler and less likely
to cause side effects. Causalities and fatalities researched from literature,
government reports and expert databases indicate that approximately zero
(0,000%) cases are due to the use of complementary health products, whereas
5,176% are due to properly prescribed and used drugs. It seems that herbs may
even be safer than food, because 0,24% deaths are the result of food eaten!!
Herbs and Medication? Many herbs enhance the effect of a drug
when using it simultaneously, while some may counteract the effect. Consult
your doctor (preferably a herbal enlightened doctor) when you want to use
herbs along with prescribed drugs. It is possible that your dependence on the
pharmaceutical may decrease. You might be able to wean yourself off the drug
entirely or get by with smaller dosages. Adjustments to medication should be
done under supervision of a doctor. All medication has harmful side effects.
When medication is used in conjunction with herbs, they may help to counteract
the side effects.
How to use Herbs:
Follow the directions on the label. Start on a low dose and
gradually build up to establish the correct dose for your body. Everyone's
different physiologically, and some people are just more sensitive than
others. Some people will be able to take larger dosages than others and for
some people it will take longer to note a beneficial effect. Different
individuals take from it what and how much they need. Give herbs enough time
to work - at least 3 months. Symptoms of a chronic condition may temporarily
worsen as part of the detoxifying process of the body. Other detoxification
symptoms that may occur are diarrhea, nausea, flatulence, stomach,cramps &
headaches. Symptoms are of a passing nature. Give your body time to adjust.
Diarrhea, as part of the detoxification process, is only a problem if it lasts
longer than a couple of days. Drink a lot of water and lower the dosage.
properties of aloe ferox are not evaluated by the Food and Drug
Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or
prevent any disease. For your best health, in the case of recurring and
long-term illness, you should consult your doctor. You should also consult
your doctor before using herbal remedies if you have an existing health
condition, are pregnant or are planning to have a baby. No studies have been
concluded on internal use of aloe in children.