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noun
Aloe vera. Valued for use in herbal medicine, as a purgative or washout, and for cosmetic and skin care purposes.
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8 comments
Trinidad & Tobago
Trinidad & Tobago
koolkoolie
9 years ago

Recently recognised by the west, others in Trinidad would say this is for the poor, go and buy a cream in the Pharmacy and do not listen to what anyone sayind

Trinidad & Tobago
Trinidad & Tobago
widlegurl
8 years ago

it is very helpful for kids

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Trinimassive
5 years ago

I'm from trinidad also but you koolkoolie sound to illiterate and dumb smh. No one would ever say that about this plant. What you getting at the pharmacy is chemical nothing natural, you should even be commenting.

Dominica
Dominica
5 years ago

That's how we pronounce it here as well.

Guyana
Guyana
Kabby
4 years ago

Despite most people in Guyana knows this plant by the name "Aloe" or "Aloe vera", its still referred to as "bitt-alas" meaning (bitter aloes)

Jamaica
Jamaica
Ro
4 years ago

Put the green juices from the sinkle bible pan yuh suck-fingah-jack pickney thumb an dem neva suck it again.

Guyana
Guyana
Miah
4 years ago

Everyone in GT knows about Aloes. We use it in our face for acne, our hair, put it on yuh pikney fingah and we drink it too.

Trinidad & Tobago
Trinidad & Tobago
Mama
3 years ago

Does anyone know what else can be used to make hand sanitize