From Dr John Douillard:
How to Tell if Your Stomach is Stuck:
“To determine if you have this condition, take your thumb and press deeply under the left side of your ribcage and see if it is tender to touch. If you feel sore in this area you might have a stomach that is beginning to adhere to the diaphragmatic wall and it may responsible for many of the digestive or upward-moving vata health concerns that I have mentioned above. You may also want to poke under the right side of the ribcage as well and see if that area is sore. The liver hangs closely to the diaphragmatic surface on the right side; if it is sore, you may need to treat the right side as well…”
John Kohler offers his demonstration to fillet, clean and prepare fresh aloe vera leaves for consumption. There is an easy tip to soak, and make less bitter, the spiky leaves for blending and drinking! He’s added fresh pressed cane juice too.
The video includes pointers for growing your own from Dr. Michael Haley. (A local chiropractor/nutrition counselor.).
Growing one’s own Aloe plants is the best…
to get started growing your own aloe vera plants.
A little pricey but nice: http://www.aloe1.com/shop/3-pups/
and the giant Blue Agave, another type of Aloe!