Aloe vera grows wildly in typical climates around the world, cultivated and harvested due to its agricultural and medicinal purposes. Most people don’t know the proper way to skin them, thus itching is always a problem. In Florida, they mix it with sugarcane juice but I use watermelon. I drink the smoothie once in a while and also use the peels to lubricate my dry hands, neck, and feet. I also use it to moisturize my face and on my head and hair and wash the next day. It is effective for any skin wounds. They said that it is also very good to heal the inside of the body. Going back to basics or going back to the still bountiful produce of the earth is blissfully gratifying as if you’re more closer to the Creator, our Lord God. In Genesis 1:29, God said,”See, I have given you every herb that yield seed which is on the face of all the earth, and every tree whose fruit yields seed, to you it shall be for food.” Let’s get started by gathering our very few ingredients.
1 piece Aloe vera stalk
a tray of seedless watermelon or sugarcane juice
2 pitchers of filtered water
a knife and a metal cake spatula
1. Wash the Aloe vera stalk and dry them.
2. Cut the stalk into 3 pieces crosswise.
3. Cut all the sides of the cut stalk and discard the cut sides.
4.Now with the spatula, slice the bottom of the stalk and turn the stalk upside down and slice the remaining side, immediately place all the peeled aloe vera in the first water-filled pitcher.
5. Gather the aloe vera from the first pitcher and submerge into the second water-filled pitcher.
6. Gather the aloe vera and put into a blender, then add seedless watermelon and blend.
7. Drink immediately and freeze the leftovers. Cheers for healing and a long life! Now you can use the peels for beautification purposes.