Aloe Heat Lotion

my handy Aloe Heat Lotion

Aloe Heat Lotion and Aloe Vera Gelly are the two Forever Living products that I keep with me at all times. I want them at home and i want them at the office, so I take care to pack them into my backpack for both directions. I keep a nearly empty Aloe Heat Lotion tube in my purse, so that even if I'm at church, or shopping in a store, visiting someone, I can whip it out and apply a dab of that very practical creme when i have an itch or pain of any kind.

My hives have let up now, but they were what first drove me to make sure I carried Aloe Heat Lotion with me at all times. I never knew when they would strike. Scratching the hives would only make them worse. A dab of the lotion smeared over the itchy spot would stop the itch almost instantly, and grant relief.

I still have the occasional itch under my waistband elastic - (elastics generally irritate my sensitive skin) so I quickly apply the Aloe Heat Lotion and can carry on as if nothing is wrong. The same when lower back pain creeps up on me.

You might ask, what is the ingredient in that lotion that does such wonders?

It is just about straight aloe vera lotion with some cayenne added. The cayenne warms the blood circulation to the area where the lotion is applied, and that can take care of most minor pains and itches. Actually, the blood carries it away deeper into the body too, so that one can have relief for several hours.

You can feel totally safe in applying Aloe Heat Lotion, for it is not harmful to you (unless you rub your eyes with the finger you used to apply the lotion moments ago - Yikkes! Then your eye will burn for a while!). Nor is it addictive.

If your pain is severe enough to last even after applying this lotion, then your pain is of another degree and may deserve some pain killer medication. Or at the least, some testing to see what is the root cause.

One Caution

raised veins in my temple from aloe heat lotion

I had a bout of the flu and a bad cough over this last Christmas (2014), and made one discovery that I should point out. If you use this Aloe Heat Lotion on your temples as I did for my sinus headache, it will ease the pain, however, it also brings the blood vessels closer to the surface and I'm finding that they do NOT disappear so easily. In other words, if having smooth, flawless looking skin on your face is important to you, you will want to restrain from using the lotion on your temples. I soon switched to just rubbing the lotion under my hairline in my neck. That still helped ease the headache too.

Every first-aid kit should have some aloe vera for skin care. Order the lotions, ointments or sprays that you prefer. If you are in Saskatoon, SK. or within driving distance, you are welcome to contact me and I'll be happy to order a tube of Aloe Heat Lotion for you when I place my own orders. Then you could pick them up when the order arrives.

However, no matter where you are, you are able to order yourself from my account on the Forever Living site. Here are some direct links; If you are in the USA- use this one or, --

If you are in any part of Canada, use this link. (Same products, just more convenient warehouse locations).

If you are in any country outside of North America, I can give you links for the countries with a shipping warehouse, so that you can order close to your home; (If your country is not shown, just contact me and I'll try to find a specific link for you to use).
Australia
Belgium
Greece
Ireland
Northern Ireland
Luxemborg
Mexico
Philippines
Portugal
Spain
UK / Great Britian





More pages with Aloe Vera Products:

Aloe Vera Capsules (store) AV Aloe Vera Capsules (Canadian) AV Aloe - Your Miracle Doctor AV Clean 9 AV Aloe Heat Lotion AV High Blood Pressure Remedies AV Forever Living
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Every first-aid kit should have some aloe vera for skin care. Order the lotions, ointments or sprays that you prefer. If in the USA or if in Canada (Same products, just more convenient locations).


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