Father Romano Zago's recipe
With this article, I did not want to write a medical or scientific text, but only an informative one.
I hope it can help you ☀️
By reading this article you will discover ingredients, preparation, daily dose and why to take this amazing recipe!
First of all, a brief introduction:
Why Aloe Arborescens?
While thousands of people around the world benefit from Aloe plants, most of us have never heard of Aloe Arborescens.
Do you know what it is?
It is one of the plants with the most beneficial properties in the world!
Originally from Africa, it finds references to its therapeutic virtues as far back as ancient Egypt, where it was used for cuts and wounds, burns and skin irritations.
This is because Aloe Arborescens has two great qualities: it is anti-inflammatory and antiseptic.
But that’s not all!
In addition to this, it can boast incredible benefits for stimulating the immune system and tissue regeneration processes.
This wonderful plant is the supreme protagonist of the recipe we are going to talk about in this article, let’s find out together.
How was the recipe born?
Father Zago‘s recipe was born in the Favelas of Brazil, where people could not afford expensive drugs for the treatment of Cancer, or other pathologies.
This simple recipe has been handed down from generation to generation among the poorest and later, thanks to word of mouth, was lucky enough to reach Father Zago.
Father Romano Zago is a Franciscan friar from Brazil who, after becoming passionate about this “miraculous smoothie”, began to test its effectiveness on people with Cancer, and not only.
When he was sure of its magnificent properties, he decided to divulge his discovery to the whole world, telling it in his famous book “Cancer can be healed“.
Download our ebook for free at this link: “Aloe Arborescens why?” (italian version).
The particular success of the formula is due to its three basic ingredients:
- 350 g of Aloe Arborescens leaves: equal to 3-10 leaves depending on the length;
- 500 g of natural quality honey, preferably organic;
- 30 ml (about a cup of coffee) of Grappa (Whiskey, Tequila or Cognac is fine too).
This product can be defined as the soul of our company.
It is thanks to him, in fact, that back in 1997 we began to grow Aloe Arborescens under the Sicilian sun!
And it is precisely for this reason that we care a lot about its quality: only our best leaves are chosen for the Friar’s Recipe, grown with love and respect, in a completely organic way.
And.. did you know the story of Father Romano Zago’s recipe?
Have you ever tried it?
Tell me about your experience in the comments below!