- Paperback: 192 pages
- Publisher: iUniverse Publishing (March 13, 2009)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1440125767
- ISBN-13: 978-1440125768
- Product Dimensions: 6 x 0.5 x 9 inches
- Shipping Weight: 12.3 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
- Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars See all reviews (23 customer reviews)
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #255,633 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Aloe Isn't Medicine, And Yet . . . It Cures! Paperback – March 13, 2009
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Father Romano Zago, OFM, was born in Lajeado (RS) Brazil on August 11, 1932. He was ordained a Franciscan Friar in 1958 after having studied philosophy and theology. In 1971, he received a degree in literature and foreign languages (Latin, Portuguese, French and Spanish) from PUCRS faculty of Literature Universita Pontifica Cattolica. In 1988, while presiding at the San Antonio parish in Pouso Novo (RS) Brazil, he learned from local natives about a potent all-natural Aloe arborescens recipe they used for curing cancer. He began to test it with the chronically ill, and it was here he first observed positive results obtained with nutrition against advanced disease. Later, he was sent to Jerusalem and Italy, where he continued to promote this recipe, made with the whole leaf of the Aloe arborescens plant, to the chronically ill. The success of the preparation inspired him to devote his life to research and education on Aloe and the recipe that has been published in his two books. He has given lectures and conferences in Portugal, Spain, Switzerland, France, Italy and Brazil about the ability of the human body to heal and regulate itself when supplied with the cell-required concentrated micronutrients found in the polysaccharides (complex sugar molecules) of this Aloe species and the other two ingredients of the Aloe preparation.
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Top Customer Reviews
Yes, aloe tastes bitter but adding pure bee honey to it makes it easier to swallow.
Aloe helps with many illnesses, and is not just for topical use. A good portion of the book alphabetically lists the many health challenges aloe can improve or even totally cure. I have long been a fan of "doctor yourself" books & this one's wonderful. The writing style is easy to read, despite being translated to English, which sometimes results in peculiar wording or sentence structure.
Pp. 63-129 detail several ailments that Father Zago says can be cured by the aloe arborescens treatment (from asthma to candidiasis, to halitosis, to insomnia, to tonsillitis, just to mention a few that he lists).
Those readers who wish to be presented with more science than just anecdotal evidence will be rewarded by the index on pp. 133-162 where -- listed in alphabetical order by author -- the book provides a list of over 150 bibliographical scientific entries detailing international studies conducted on the scientific and botanical properties of aloe.
Father Zago's own language and written style remain, as per his first book, humble and unpretentious. This is a very readable volume, which must be read together with his first book. Otherwise, this volume alone does not make a whole lot of sense, for it assumes the reader is already familiar with "Cancer Can Be Cured".
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You have to read this book, and then keep researching. I feel better and better every day. This is most interesting.