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 Is aloe vera a cactus?

Answer Aloe vera is not a cactus; it is a succulent. While all cacti are succulents, not all succulents are cacti. Succulents and cacti both store water. A cactus, however, must also have an areole, from ... Read More »
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Can i eat aloe vera gel?

On One Hand: Internal UsesAloe vera is used internally to treat a variety of disorders, ranging from indigestion to constipation. It also has strong anti-oxidant properties, and can contribute to ... Read More »
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Aloe vera?

1. Just cut 10 to 12 leaves.2. Cut off both thorny sides with a potato peeler peel off the back side of the leaf3. scrap off the clear inside with a knife and put into the blender.4. Blend with a g... Read More »
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How to Eat Aloe Vera Plants?

Aloe vera is a succulent plant of the Liliaceae family, that has pointed, thick leaves with serrated edges. The leaves ooze a clear viscous liquid when cut open. This gooey liquid has many benefici... Read More »
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How to Eat an Aloe Vera Plant?

Aloe vera is a plant that strongly resembles a cactus, although it is actually a type of lily. Aloe vera is used in the treatment of burns, ulcers, acne, insect bites, psoriasis and a variety of ot... Read More »
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