So, I have been pondering about this lately, and doing a bit of research about aloe and how it effects people with ulcerative colitis, and every legitimate website I tend to come across is bleeding exaggeration from every sentence. “Now, Lisa, how do you know this when you have never tried the supplement?” First off, aloe itself would make you pass more bowl movements per day and not too mention make you have looser stools. The more blogs and testimonials I come across, I see the same issues, “looser stools, aloe losing its effects after a certain period of time, more blood” That doesn’t sound too thrilling if you ask me! I want to stop taking as much poops as I can! Not increase my time with the bloody toilet! Its already become my best friend, I don’t want to end up having to marry the stupid thing! And yes, I do understand that each supplement has different effects on different people, point given. But, I am sketchy about this whole aloe idea, until I see or hear otherwise. And I am sure that there has got to be some more cons that come from this than what people have been saying. I mean, come on, right?
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“Who are you to judge the life I live? I know I am not perfect and I do not live to be. So, before you start pointing your fingers, make sure your hands are clean.” -Bob Marley.