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من رواد الشبكة العربية
تاريخ التسجيل: Jan 2011
مالاتعرفه عن صبار الالوي فيرا
الاسم العلمي للانواع ذات التأثير الطبي : Aloe vera, Aloe barbadensis var miller, Aloe vera var. chinensis, Aloe vulgaris, Aloe vera var. lanzae, Aloe indica, Aloe barbadensis var. chinensis, Aloe vera var. wratislaviensis, Aloe elongata, Aloe vera var. littoralis, Aloe perfoliata var. vera, Aloe perfoliata var. barbadensis, Aloe flava, Aloe chinensis, Aloe barbadensis, Aloe lanzae.
- يحتوي فيتامين B12، وأنه يحتوي على العديد من المعادن ويحتوي على البروتين والكالسيوم والمغنيسيوم والزنك وفيتامينات أ، B12 و E والأحماض الدهنية.
- مفيد لجميع الأمراض الجلدية: حب الشباب، والوردية- الحروق
- علاج بعض أنواع السرطان (سرطان الدم خاصة).
- يستخدم عصير لتهدئة تهيج الجهاز الهضمي مثل التهاب القولون والقرحة وأعراض القولون العصبي.
- تؤخذ في جرعات عالية التركيز من شأنه أن يحفز انتاج خلايا الدم البيضاء التي قد تساعد على مكافحة الفيروسات وكذلك الأورام.
- عندما يشرب مع عصير الفاكهه يساعد في تنظيف المعده والكبد والجسم بوجه عام ويساعد في شفاء من الربو.
خطوات استخراج الماده الفعاله التي تستخدم بوجه عام في علاج الامراض الجلديه :
First, start by cutting a large aloe vera leaf from a living plant. Be sure to thank the plant for granting you this nutritious gift, as we should always give thanks to nature for providing us with nourishment and natural medicine.
Pick a large aloe vera leaf that's green and thick. The thicker the leaf, the more gel you'll get. A healthy aloe vera leaf is about the size of your forearm. Always respect the plant and leave enough for the plant to survive and prosper. Never destroy an aloe vera plant to harvest its leaves unless, of course, you're running an aloe vera farm and plan to re-plant it.
After cutting the leaf, let the dark red resin drain out by holding the leaf upside for several seconds until the resin drips out. The gel will stay in the leaf, so don't worry about losing gel.
Notice the thick gel in this aloe vera leaf. (This was taken from a plant in my front yard.) It is this gel that we're after. The method here is to use a knife to remove the thick skin and resin of the aloe vera leaf, leaving only the gel.
It is the gel that has the health benefits we're interested in. The dark red resin (latex) actually causes diarrhea, but the gel is soothing to the entire digestive tract and is even well known to cure heartburn, IBS, ulcers, Crohn's disease, constipation and many other digestive disorders.
Here, I've cut away a section of the leaf to show you the transparency of the aloe vera gel. Aloe vera gel is 96% water. The water is locked in a matrix of complex polysaccharides made of over 200 phytonutrients. It is these polysaccharides and glyconutrients that we're interested in. This is where the healing benefits come from.
Here's a close-up of the aloe vera leaf. You can clearly see the texture of the aloe vera gel vs. the skin. What's impossible to see here, however, are the numerous healing elements present in aloe vera.
In this close-up, 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.
To fillet the aloe vera leaf, start with a thick leaf on a cutting board. Use a serrated knife with a bit of flexibility in the blade. Harvesting aloe vera will also coat your cutting board with a layer of antibacterial gel, by the way.
First, slice off the top skin layer of the leaf. Start from the thick end of the aloe vera leaf and work your way to the thin end. Hold your knife parallel to the cutting board, and try not to cut off too much of the aloe vera gel.
This cut will expose the top part of the aloe vera gel.
Next, cut away the two side pieces of the aloe vera leaf. This is done by holding the knife at approximately a 45-degree angle to the cutting board, and using a sawing cutting action to move along the length of the leaf, removing one side of the leaf skin at a time.
When you're done removing both sides, you'll be left with the aloe vera gel attached to the bottom skin.
Now hold your knife parallel to the cutting board and gently slice away the gel from the bottom layer of skin. Since large aloe vera leaves are slightly concave, you may have to press down on the top of the gel to flatten it against the cutting board.
Be sure to remove all the skin, because you don't want to blend up the tough skin in your smoothie.
Now, notice that the gel has been complete separated from the aloe vera skin. (Look closely in the picture above. The gel is almost transparent.)
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.
Here's another view of the finished aloe vera wedge. There's a lot of medicine in this piece! This is equivalent to thousands of dollars worth of anti-cancer and anti-cholesterol drugs, yet it was provided free by nature! Simply drop this wedge into a blender along with some fruit and water (or almond milk) and blend it up into a wonderful healing smoothie!
That's all there is to it. By the way, nobody showed me this technique, I simply figured it out on my own after trying various methods to eat aloe vera gel. This seems to be the easiest method. I'm sure there are others that work well, too. Use what works best for you, and please remember kitchen knife safety! The good news is that if you cut yourself, aloe vera is a natural antibacterial band-aid. You can rub it right into any wound to protect that wound and accelerate healing. See the additional articles below.
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