Benefits of Aloe Vera

Many people like to plant aloe vera plants. By some people, Aloe vera or the Latin language ALOEVERA is only planted as a garden decoration both thin flesh and thick flesh, besides that many also use it only to treat hair beauty.

But it turns out that aloe-like plants from this crocodile can be consumed and healthy because aloe vera contains ALOEMOEDIN and ALOEBARBADIOD substances, which are compounds belonging to the ANTRACUINON group. The gel can function to strengthen the body’s defense system. If you want to be consumed, juice should be made.

The process of processing Aloe vera juice is very easy. Here’s how to make it:

  1. Choose thick fleshy aloe vera
  2. Wash aloe vera until clean cut into 2 parts
  3. Scrape aloe vera meat, set aside
  4. Blend the aloe scallop without adding water
  5. Blend until the aloe becomes a thick liquid
  6. Store aloe vera liquid in the refrigerator (not in the freezer) for 1-2 days so that the aloe mucus melts.
  7. Each glass of aloe vera is mixed with one spoon of honey, stirring until evenly distributed
  8. After that Aloe vera juice is ready for consumption.

The benefits of aloe vera juice are very many, which can help soften the skin, restore stamina, overcome difficult bowel movements, relieve hemorrhoids and much more to help alleviate severe or mild illness.

Now you know, it turns out that Aloe vera has many benefits. For that, let’s multiply growing aloe vera plants, especially those with thick flesh.…

How To Take Melon Fruit To Last

Melon is one of the nutritious fruits that provides vitamins and lots of fluids that contain about 0.7 grams of fiber per 100 grams and also contains carbohydrates, vitamin A and vitamin C, potassium, calcium, magnesium, and phosphorus.

But there are still many people who are reluctant to buy it because melons cannot last long. But it turns out that melons can last up to 40 days if the storage method is right.

Here’s how:

  1. Take full melon and pest and disease free
  2. Clean the surface from soil or dirt
  3. Prepare small and clean containers, fill hot water with a temperature of 57-60 degrees Celsius
  4. Enter some melons and place the board over it to drown.
  5. After 3 minutes, remove and drain the fruit to dry.
  6. Put it in a plastic bag one by one, remove the air from the plastic bag and tie it with a rope.
  7. Store melon in refrigerator 8. Melon stays fresh for 20-40 days

Well, now you know how to store it. For that, do not be reluctant to buy for consumption because melon turns out to last up to 40 days…