Photographer's Note

Sao Roque, December

About the theme "Mildest climates":
Aloe arborescens is originary from South Africa's Garden Route.
From link the mildest coasts of the world, given in theme:
... the first littoral station which is no more located in an island, Mossel Bay, South Africa.

About the plant:
The Aloe arborescens has the same properties of other Aloes, like the Aloe vera (Barbadensis Miller) and better properties regarding therapeutic applications, being able to substitute Aloe vera in almost every way.

On the outside the leaves present a smooth and rubbery touch. The transparent gel inside appears to contain a "healing hormone" that accelerates healing of skin injuries. Scientists have found that the Aloe Arborescens Gel is a diverse mixture of antibiotic, astringent, coagulating agent, pain inhibitor and cell growth stimulator.

Scientists realise that the "Specific Mixture of Ingredients" in Aloe Arborescens is responsible for giving the plant its wide range of healing features. The properties of Aloe arborescens Gel, applied externally or taken internally, have been described in numerous scientific journals and reveals that the Aloe Arborescens contains more than 70 Essential Ingredients including most Vitamins, Minerals, Enzymes, Protein, Amino Acids and a recent study also discovered Vitamin B 12.

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