You Should Know About The GREAT THINGS ABOUT Aloe Vera For Animals

I discovered a few of the great things about aloe vera for animals some years ago, shortly after my dog introduced me to the drink. Yes, he really did! In the past, Beardie Sam was eight years old and his limbs had become stiff and arthritic. Something needed to be done, but his vet was at a loss as to precisely what.

Then my daughter Joanna produced a tub of aloe vera that had helped her IBS and I was astonished to find that its natural anti-inflammatory properties soon did the secret for Sam’s stiff limbs. I queried how this may possibly be, but Sam wasn’t bothered about querying things. He was too busy behaving like an overgrown puppy, his stiffness forgotten!

Still in a state of semi-disbelief, I was encouraged by the seemingly miraculous change in him to use the drink myself. I had not been an IBS sufferer and nor was I arthritic, but I lacked energy and often caught colds… and Joanna had told me that Aloe Vera boosted the immune system and also acting as a tonic.

Her words, emphatically endorsed by the antics of newly energised Sam, made me opt to ‘join their club’. Suffice to state that, despite its slightly challenging taste, Aloe worked for me as well and I’ve been drinking it from that day to this. I’ve also been researching and writing about it.

Sam helped by telling his many friends about his new lease of life. Not that he had to say much. He was an unbelievable advertisement, just by being himself. He had one friend, though, who wasn’t too responsive…

Florence was a cat who – in accordance with her humans – was on her behalf ‘last legs’. bee pollen It had all started with cystitis and gone from bad to worse. Now she was listless, off her food and drink and for that reason very weak. She just lay on her bed indifferent to their various entreaties.

This was more alarming than when she had kept entering the garden and digging holes in which she had tried to urinate with little success. She had also had ‘accidents’ in the house, where they had found blood in her urine. Antibiotics from the vet hadn’t helped and her humans were desperate.

Well, they were a lot more than skeptical when I gave them my gift: a tub of Aloe Berry Nectar (Aloe Vera Gel with apple and cranberry juice)! I could understand that, recalling my own initial skepticism.

But Florence did what Sam had always done: lapped it up. Animals just appear to know instinctively what’s ‘right’ for them, don’t they? I reckon they can teach humans greater than a thing or two concerning the benefits of aloe vera for animals and us. It almost goes without saying that Florence was soon her old self again!

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