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Aloevera juice are generally considered to be safe but not all the times. So if you are going to take aloevera juice just consult with your doctor.
Consuming aloe latex is associated with many negative effects. You could experience stomach pain and cramps, diarrhea, nausea, vomiting and electrolyte imbalances. Ingesting the substance has been connected with serious effects such as hepatitis, kidney problems, muscle weakness, heart disturbances and thyroid dysfunction. Some chemicals in aloe latex may be carcinogenic, warns MedlinePlus.

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Try the popular program "letgo" . You add the app to your phone, take pictures and post. In no time your items will be sold.

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You would need to contact the manufacturer for the answer to this

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The CR123 is a 6-volt cell.

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