Aloe Vera has been discovered to be effective in cancer treatments by a the Brazilian priest Romano Zago.

He’s been studying the plant for 20 years, first in Brazil and then in Bethlehem where he moved and lives today. He was shocked by what he finally discovered.

During his duties in poor cities in Brazil, father Zago noticed that Aloe Vera has been used for treating various diseases and medical conditions. This intrigued him, thus making him research the plant deeper. After some time he claimed that he discovered a completely natural cure for cancer. He talks about it in his book “Cancer Can Be Cured”.

According to him, this remedy treated colon, prostate, breast, brain, bone cancer as well as leukemia in thousands of patients.

For best results, he advices you to buy the Aloe arborescens plant. If you cannot find this plant, Aloe Vera is great replacement.

Take 300gr. of Aloe leaves and carefully remove the thorns. Then, wash them and put them in a blender together with 500 gr. of honey and 6 tablespoons of brandy or apple cider vinegar. Blend everything together and transfer the mixture in a glass jar and store it in refrigerator.

To treat cancer, consume 1–2 tablespoons 3 times a day before main meals. For best results, father Zago suggests taking 3 teaspoons a day and over time, gradually to increase the dose. This dosage should be enough for 10–12 days. Once you finish the dosage take a 10-day break in order to recover from the low toxicity of Aloe Vera. After the break make another dosage and repeat the process.

Note: this treatment is completely safe to be used along with chemotherapy.

Source: www.vibespirit.com

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Aloe Vera has been discovered to be effective in cancer treatments by a the Brazilian priest Romano Zago. He’s been studying the plant for 20 years, first in Brazil and then in Bethlehem where he moved and lives today. He was shocked by what he finally discovered. During his duties in...