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Magical Uses: The ancient Egyptians called aloe the “plant of immortality” and the Knights Templar credited a long, healthy life to the regular enjoyment of the “elixir of Jerusalem,” a wine made from aloe and hemp. Aloe was revered as a religious icon and was hung in the doorways as a symbol to protect the household from evil. Stops gossip and slander; protects against enemies, accidents, and negative influences. Used in a graveyard bottle spell to silence the lips of those who speak evil lies.


Medicinal Uses: Traditionally, this medicinal plant has been employed to treat skin problems (burns, wounds, and anti-inflammatory processes). Moreover, Aloe vera has shown other therapeutic properties including anticancer, antioxidant, antidiabetic, and antihyperlipidemic.

Aloe Powder

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