Aloe Vera

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So DH has been taking the Aloe Vera juice for almost a week now and is feeling better now than he has for the last 6 months and I was wondering if anyone else was interested in trying it to see if it made any difference to their level of pain?

He drinks a 1 litre bottle over the course of about 3 days.

Any takers?

If so please let us know if it helps you as well smile

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    Oh he is using the 99% juice, nit the other stuff with a pile of additives smile
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    I've used it in the past and you've reminded me to order some more, thanks!
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    It would be good to know if the aloe vera juice also aids in digestion and/or absorption, in cases with late stage clinical malabsorption and diarrhea.

    Many thanks.

    harry58794.

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    Hi, had an acute pancreatitis in June last year, idiopathic, no cause found. I still don't feel right, have constant pain or more uncomfort in my upper chest area that goes round to my shoulder blades. I have started aloe Vera today so will let you know how it goes. Was also hoping for any advice on travel insurance, would like to go to America and Caribbean in April, but not sure if I need to mention it to insurance company, because "acute" is classed as a one off and not an ongoing condition, as been quoted over £500 excess if I mention acute pancreatitis.

    Any advice appreciated. 

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    Cares, as part of my initial treat the physician advise me to drink aloae vera every night before bed time. I did not personally observed any difference in pain, but I am aware that Aloe vera removes fat from the blood, and as fat is not good for pancreas, maybe it has a certain positive effect.
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