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Father Romano Zago, Franciscan Scholar from Brazil, wants the Whole World to Know the Secret of the Potent Brazilian Juice Recipe for Supreme Immune Health.
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 the faculty of literature at Pontifical Catholic University of Rio Grande do Sul. 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 to promote supreme immune health.
He began to recommend it to people he came to know and pastor. It was here he first observed the positive results obtained with phytonutrition. Afterwards, he was sent to Jerusalem and Italy, where he continued to see great success in the improvement of the immune system health of people with health challenges when he recommended they try this recipe made with the whole leaf of the native Aloe arborescens plant that grows in the region.
This inspired him to devote his life to research and education on the Aloe arborescens botanical and the Brazilian recipe for the benefit of mankind worldwide. This led to his publishing of two books on the Brazilian Aloe arborescens recipe, one of which includes in its appendix the Scientific Monographic history of Aloe vera and Aloe arborescens.
Father Romano Zago was the first to publicize the "Brazilian Recipe of Aloe arborescens, honey and distillate" that has since become acclaimed on five continents.
At the request of many people and organizations, he has given lectures and conferences in Portugal, Spain, Switzerland, France, Italy and Brazil about the health benefits people have derived from using the recipe.
Father Zago explains how phytotherapy research has shown the abundant supply of phytotherapeutic and nutraceutical properties of Aloe arborescens promotes healthy blood, colon, cardiovascular and immune system support.
He found a great deal of scientific evidence suggest that consuming certain obscure plant sugars found in nature work to support the action of the immune cells and can make the difference between optimal and mediocre immune function. Botanicals like Aloe vera and Aloe arborescens that are scientifically designated as powerful immune complements are full of complex sugars called polysaccharides, which promote desirable immune activity.
Recent studies administered by the Palatinin Salzano Venezia Institute in Italy have discovered that Aloe arborescens is 200% richer in phytotherapeutic compounds than Aloe vera. (Zago, Father Romano, OFM, The Scientific Monographic History of Aloe Vera and Aloe Arborescens, Private Paper, Italy, 2002.)
In his writings on the Scientific Monographic History the Aloe Vera and Aloe Arborescens, Father Romano Zago states: “Aloe is food. If you choose to take Aloe, you will benefit nutritionally because it is a complete food. Aloe possesses a full complement of polysaccharides and other phytonutrients.” However, it is important to consider the ingredients collectively. The question is often asked, “Is there an active ingredient that can reveal the mystery of Aloe so its reliability can be fixed objectively and its credibility as a health-promoting plant is no longer disputed?” The answer is that the active ingredient acts through synergism. The exact meaning of synergism is “the working together of one or more agents to produce an effect greater than the sum of their individual effects.” When we understand this principle, it is obvious that many elements with considerable therapeutic potential, considered essential to the vital process in a healthy body, when taken separately are, in most cases, unsuccessful or produce doubtful results.
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Father Romano Zago realizes many people cannot possibly prepare the juice recipe fresh from home for various reasons and must rely on a commercial source for this 10-day liquid recipe supplied in a 16-oz. dark bottle. In this case, it is important to choose a manufacturer that uses premier quality five-year-old Aloe arborescens plants harvested at the proper time, processed by grinding the whole leaf into a juice without heating, cold pressing or freeze drying in order to retain all the active polysaccharides and phytonutrients needed to guarantee maximum effectiveness. Finally, the recipe must have at least 40% Aloe arborescens juice, honey, 1% alcohol and be stabilized for a long shelf life with the use of beneficial preservatives.
Consuming the Brazilian health juice recipe enables the body to optimize its own functions and systems that promote good health. Father Zago indicates, in simple practice, how the use of the plant recipe gently cleanses the whole body and promotes supreme immune health.**.