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How to Harvest Fresh Aloe Vera Gel

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In this closeup, you can see not only the gel and skin, but also the entry points of the resin pathways (the dark red spots). These represent the circulatory system of the aloe plant. The gel represents the water storage system. All aloe vera plants are antibacterial and self-healing. If you cut one, it will seal itself in a matter of hours and kill all bacteria that try to invade the leaf. These antibacterial properties are also passed along to humans who consume the aloe vera gel. Aloe vera is antibacterial, antiviral and antifungal.

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