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How to Harvest Fresh Aloe Vera Gel

A NaturalNews PhotoTour by Mike Adams

Now you can pick up the gel, which resembles a large piece of gelatin. This is what you want to eat. You can actually eat a piece of it fresh. The taste is slightly bitter. Once blended into a smoothie, it has virtually no taste at all.

This gel, by the way, can be packed into flesh wounds to prevent infection and accelerate healing. You can actually drop a chunk of aloe very gel directly into a wound before heading to the emergency room. It's also wonderful for cuts, scrapes, burns and bruises.

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