Father Romano Zago’s Aloe Arborescens recipe
Can something so simple and natural, like the leaves of a plant (Aloe Arborescens), mixed and blended with honey and a little grappa, cure cancer? According to what the Brazilian friar, Father Zago, says in his book, this is indeed possible and has been witnessed in many circumstances. Even when this cannot be possible, the intake of this Aloe juice still can be effective in improving the patient’s expectations and quality of life. Besides, Aloe, as explained by Father Zago, is also extremely effective in the prevention and treatment of many other diseases. This website provides an informative guide to anyone who wants to approach natural, alternative, or complementary care practices.
Who is Father Romano Zago?
Father Romano Zago was born on 11/04/1932 in Lajeado, Brazil. He is a priest of Italian origin, belonging to the Franciscan friars. For several years the friar has been disseminating through interviews, conferences and his books, a natural recipe with enormous therapeutic powers, in his judgment even capable of defeating Cancer.
How to make Father Zago’s recipe
This is the recipe that Father Zago has used several times to treat patients suffering from cancers of all kinds, as well as to treat patients suffering from many other minor diseases. It is just a simple juice made with three ingredients: Aloe Arborescens, honey and grappa. In appearance a very simple recipe, however there are some rules to follow.
Aloe Arborescens, properties and benefits
There are over 300 varieties of Aloe species in the World, but Aloe Arborescens is the one with the highest concentration of active ingredients and three times higher than the more popular Aloe Vera. Its leaves, which make up the drug, are loaded with a multitude of vitamins, minerals, amino acids, enzymes, fatty acids, mosaccharides, polysaccharides, anthraquinones, polyphenols, etc. All these vitamins give the plant a therapeutic ability that has no equal in vegetable world. Aloe Arborescens can be used as a juice, for internal use, or for external use. It has strong anti-inflammatory, antiviral, antifungal, anti-bacterial, anti-pain, antioxidant, immunostimulant, purifying, laxative, draining properties.
What is the difference between Aloe Vera and Aloe Arborescens?
In the world there are over 350 varieties of Aloe, plants that are part of the large family of Aloaceae. The two most widely used and most widespread varieties are Aloe Arborescens and Aloe Vera (Aloe Barbadensis miller). But what is the difference between these two plants? [Keep reading…]
How to grow Aloe Arborescens?
Aloe Arborescens, as well as Aloe Vera, is a plant that prefers mild, or warm climates, while it does not particularly like the cold temperatures. The plant does not stand water stagnation, it needs well-drained soil, perhaps peat mixed with sand [Keep reading…]
Contraindications of Aloe Vera and Arborescens
Can Aloe juice be toxic? Are there any contraindications due to the internal and external use of Aloe Vera and Aloe Arborescens? In which cases is it not recommended? [Keep reading…]
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