Thread: Considering Desert Harvest Aloe
04-14-2009, 02:28 AM #1
Considering Desert Harvest Aloe
I was just wondering if anyone uses or likes this aloe. My doctor handed me a printout of theirs and I checked their website. I am considering it but I want to know if others have tried it. I am thinking that if it worked the way their testimonials claim it does, we would all be on it and symptom free.
It's expensive but they make it cheaper for low income/SSDI patients. I thought that was very kind of them. Not sure my husband is going to want to send our tax forms in though. We shall see.
04-14-2009, 02:36 AM #2
I put this in the wrong place. I found the aloe threads. Oops! But anyone who wants to chime in please do.
04-14-2009, 09:21 PM #3
- Join Date
- Oct 2006
- Melbourne, Australia
i have been taking the aloe for about two years now. it saved my life. i noticed a difference straight away, but it can take up to three months to see a improvement. i love the stuff.
04-15-2009, 02:44 AM #4
if you can afford it, i think it is worth a try. i'm no-ware near symptom free, but i think that it has been very helpful to me. i noticed that it didn't burn to pee with in the first week i was using it! i still take it for it's healing and anti-inflammatory benefits. good luck!
Daughter, Brenna (7) also diagnosed based on symptoms 2009. Symptom free most of the time on just 2 cystoprotek daily!!!!
**Trentin is here!!!! he arrived may 26th. 8lbs 2oz. 21.5inches long.
**off these due to breastfeeding:
Elavil - 30mg nightly
Aterax - 10mg daily
Nature's Way MSM -3000mg daily
Nuva Ring - LOVE it! i would recommend it in a heartbeat!
Elmiron - 400mg daily - started 08/04/08
Cystoprotek - 4 daily - started 03/08
DH aloe vera - 4 daily - started 04/08
Culturelle probiotic - 1 nightly
04-15-2009, 05:22 AM #5
Thanks Ladies. My husband agreed and we're going for it. It will be good for me all around anyway.
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