Get Reacquainted with an Old Remedy: George’s Aloe Vera
All Aloes Are Not the Same
George’s Aloe Vera, which is grown under organic conditions, has over 200 beneficial components and has been shown in scientific studies to:
Reduce postoperative pain.
Help wound healing by increasing the strength of healing tissues.
Act as an anti-inflammatory agent.
Inhibit infectious diseases by stimulating the cells in the host defense mechanism.
Increase re-epithelialization in burn wounds.
Act empirically in birds as a strong benefit for emotionally stressed birds, feather pickers and birds needing an immune tonic.
How to Use Aloe Mist for Feathers and Skin Conditions
Mix 1 Tablespoon George’s Aloe Vera oral liquid with 1 pint (2 cups) RO (Reverse Osmosis) or Britta filtered water*, or trusted, premium commercial drinking water and add 2 drops WooliteTM (wetting agent – safe dilution).
Store in glass and apply 3 times a day with a fine mister.
* Most tap water has agricultural (fertilizer, weed killers, insecticides), pharmaceutical or microplastic contaminants.
How to Make an Aloe Vera Drink
Add 2 Tablespoons George's Aloe Vera liquid to 2 cups RO, Britta-filtered water or trusted, premium commercial drinking water. Store and serve in a glass bowl or water bottle. Use as drinking water for birds needing support in fighting any illness or high stress situation; it is especially effective for GI upsets of any kind.
This therapy should be discontinued or the solution should be diluted further if the bird becomes depressed or lethargic. If a bird does not improve within 48 hours of initiating therapy, the preparation should be considered ineffective and discontinued.