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November 24, 2011: Special Encore Presentation: Relieving Pelvic Pain/ IC with Aloe Vera

Aloe Vera benefits the body in four unique ways. It has the ability to reach the deepest body tissues; some seven layers deep unlike most lotions, liquid substances, and water will penetrate only two layers of skin. Aloe has six antiseptic agents: Lupeol, salicylic acid, urea nitrogen, cinnamic acid, phenol, and sulfur. It kills bacteria, viruses, and fungus. It stimulates birth of new, healthy tissue up to six to eight times the normal rate, proven by independent research. It also detoxifies and normalizes your metabolism.


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Bart Bellamy

Bart Bellamy is President of Ceba-Tek, Inc., a dietary supplement manufacturer located in Melbourne, Florida. He has more than 50 years of diversified chemical, engineering, and management experience in nutritional, pharmaceutical, and cosmetic industries, including positions in manufac¬turing, research and development, marketing, and international operations. He has been manufacturing herbals and other nutritional supplements for 20 years, concentrating on encapsulated products, with an emphasis on aloe vera. Bart is a proud native Vermonter. He left Vermont to join the Air Force, where he served for four years. Upon completion of his military duty, he attend¬ed Drexel University in Ph.....

Pat Criscito

Pat Criscito is the President and CEO of Desert Harvest, a manu¬facturer of quality nutritional supplements and skin care products based on aloe vera. Pat took on a full-time management role 13 years ago. Under her leadership, Desert Harvest has grown to include more than 50,000 clients in 42 countries. Because Pat’s sister has IC/PBS, she has focused the company’s research on finding products that relieve the frequency, urgency, nocturia, and pelvic pain associated with this devastating disease. Pat has been an entrepreneur for 31 years, starting and managing international companies in both Europe and the U.S. She holds a Bachelor of Business Management degree from the University of Pho.....

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