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Nov 9, 2016 10:57 AM CST
|After processing, any filtering needed?
How long can it be preserved in the fridge?
What about just the gel without anything added?
Just an observation... a lot of water can drain out in sink. Can that yellow liquid be removed by any other economical method?
What about internal consumption?
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Nov 10, 2016 8:55 PM CST
|No filtering is needed. I do suggest adding those items into it, because it is good for the skin & will keep longer. I recommend making it in small batches & keeping it sealed tight in a mason jar in the fridge. After cutting a leaf off the plant, that yellowish liquid that oozes out can cause irritations on the skin & will make you geel icky if ingested. That's why I rinse the leaf under water & let that yellow ick drain out. I'll get you some recipes that when prepared properly are ok to take internally. However, I always like to check with my doctor first.
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