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21. Lower Blood Sugar
Drinking some aloe vera juice each day can help to lower blood sugar levels, which is super helpful for everyone, but most especially diabetics.
22. Prevents Scars
You can rub aloe vera gel directly on scars or stretch marks, which will help to lessen their appearance dramatically.
23. Rash Relief
If you have ever had a rash, whether it be a heat rash or one of those mysterious “who knows where it came from” type of rash, you know how irritating they can be. Well, you don’t need to suffer! Simply apply some aloe vera gel to the rash and you will not only find instant relief, but that rash should simply vanish in a matter of hours!
24. Blister Relief
You can stop blisters from burning and itching, as well as help them heal faster, by applying some aloe vera gel to the blister two or three times each day.
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25. Eases Arthritis and Joint Pain
Taking one teaspoon of aloe vera gel three times per day will greatly help diminish the pain from arthritis or other types of joint pain, and help to naturally relieve the inflammation that causes these types of joint pain. If you don’t want to consume it, try freezing some aloe vera gel and water in ice cube trays, and then rub it directly on the sore joints for some instant pain relief!
Aloe vera is one of the most underrated plants around and can be one of the most powerful remedies you can keep on hand. You can buy prepared aloe vera gel at your local health food store, but why do that when you can easily grow all you want from one little plant. They take very little care and spread like wildfire in a semi-sunny spot in the garden.