History on the Plant – Aloe Aborescens
Common names for Aloe Arborescens are Krantz Aloe, Candelabra Aloe, Mountain Bush Aloe, Tree Aloe, and Torch Aloe.
Aloe Aborescens is in the Xanthorrhoeaceae family and is a species of flowering succulent perennial plant. Aloe Aborescens can grow up to 6.5 feet tall.
These plants are common in Southern Africa. Aloe Aborescens have adapted to several different habitats and when cared for properly it can be grown in other places. However, they are normally found in mountainous areas such as rocky outcrops and exposed ridges. It is one of the few aloe species to grow anywhere from sea level up to the tops of the mountains.
Who discovered Aloe Aborescens? (About Father Romano Zago)
On August 11, 1932 Father Romano Zago was born in Lajeado Brazil. In 1958, after studying philosophy and theology he was ordained a Franciscan Friar. He received his degree in 1971, in literature and foreign languages (Latin, Portuguese, French and Spanish). He received his degree from PUCRS faculty of Literature Universita Pontifica Catolica.
How Father Romano Zago Found Aloe Aborescens
In 1988 Father Romano Zago presided at San Antonio parish in Pouso Novo Brazil. During his time there he learned from local natives about all-natural Aloe Arborescens recipe. The locals used this recipe to promote a healthy immune system.
From there Father Romano Zago was the first to publish the recipe. Five continents have acclaimed the recipe, the first of all being Israel.
Since then he has been requested by conferences and lectures in Portugal, Spain, Switzerland, France, Italy and Brazil to teach the benefits of Aloe Aborescens.