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Using Aloe Vera For Pets and Other Animals

You probably did not know that some Forever Living Products can be safely used on your pets or other animals. Please discuss with your Vet if your animal is receiving treatment to ensure it is suitable. We do not advocate the use of Aloe Vera or Bee Products as a substitute for conventional treatment or therapy.

Forever Living Products are advised by David Urch BSc MA VetMB MRCVS. Initially studying physiology and nutrition at Leeds University, David followed this up with a Master of Arts in the Medical Sciences Tripos at Cambridge before completing his Veterinary Degree at Cambridge University in 1980. In 1982 he established his own practice alongside which he runs a mixed farm breeding competition horses. He started using Aloe Vera on his 'patients' in 1996 and wrote a book on his findings in 1999. He currently spends much time lecturing both public and veterinary professionals on the benefits of Aloe Vera to animals.

Always consult a Veterinary Surgeon - self diagnosis can be dangerous. Never alter or stop medicines prescribed by a Veterinary Surgeon without first consulting them. Complementary medicinal herbs should be used to complement conventional veterinary medicine, never as a replacement.

Aloe Vera benefits are many, but the actual benefits depend on the individual case. It is always worth persevering with Aloe Vera and the Bee Products, as early results may not be apparent. If it does not work for you, there is a 60 day money back satisfaction guarantee on the products we sell. With Forever Living Products you are getting the whole benefits of Aloe Vera and Bee Products, and this is what makes Forever Living Products unique.

Condition
Suggestions/Information
Skin Problems Aloe Vera is an excellent preparation to use for skin conditions such as allergies, abscesses, fungal infections, pyoderma, and many types of dermatitis. The oral gel can be given in the food, and the topical varieties applied directly to the skin. Aloe Vera will decrease inflammation as well as helping to remove dead cells and discharges. It will encourage a suitable environment for regeneration of cells so aiding the healing of wounds.
Wounds and Burns

These respond particularly well to Aloe Vera. For a wound or burn to heal effectively it must be kept clean and moist witha supply of nutrients. It will also require air and may need protecting. Take care when removing dressings not to damage new cells. Aloe Vera can aid the natural healing processes and help secure the above objectives.

Digestive System

Aloe Vera can prove very beneficial in helping conditions of the digestive system, particularly where inflammation is involved. Conditions such as stomatitis, gingivitis, and oral ulceration can all be helped with aloe Vera.

The most useful preparations for use in the mouth are those that are spray based and the gelly. More serious conditions such as vomiting and diarrhoea also often respond to oral administration of Aloe Vera Gel combined with bland diets. Always seek veterinary advice if symptoms persist or get worse.

Immune System A number of animal diseases have their origin in the immune system. The most common are asthma, hay fever, rhinitis, arthritis, and lupus. The oral administration of Aloe Vera can be useful in chronic immunological problems.
Ear and Eye Problems

One of the most common ear conditions is otitis externa where infection and inflammation develop in the vertical and horizontal ear canals. These are often mixed infections of mites, bacteria, fungi, and yeasts and may also involve foreign bodies such as grass seeds. Aloe Vera gel, Gelly and in combination with Bee Propolis can be very useful in treating this condition. Always ensure that a vet sees the ear so that causes such as foreign objects and tumours can be dealt with if present.

Eye conditions are potentially more serious and should always be examined by a vet. A dilute solution of Aloe Vera can be helpful for conjunctivitis and keratitis.

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