Aloe Vera

Aloe Vera


Aloe Vera contains over 75 potentially active ingredients - they include vitamins, minerals, enzymes, sugar, amino acids, salicylic acid, lignin and saponins.

Briefly, the vitamins in aloe vera juice include vitamins A, C and E, folic acid, vitamin B12 and choline. It also contains minerals such as copper, magnesium, manganese, selenium, sodium, zinc, potassium. Aloe Vera juice contributes to digestion and immunity. It helps treating the intestinal problems and boosts the immunity.

The plant is also good for the heart - it helps reduce of cholesterol and blood pressure. Other benefits include balancing the body's pH levels, improving skin health and treating bad breath. It can also stimulate the uterus and improve premenstrual symptoms.

Aloe Vera extract is known to relieve sunburn and heals wounds.

The plant is full of healing gel, which has nearly 96% water and 4% important micronutrients such as vitamins, as well as calcium, amino acids and enzymes.

Although there are over 240 species of aloe, only four of them have truly healing properties, among which the most popular is aloe barbadensis. From relieving heartburn to potentially slowing the spread of cancer, researchers are just beginning to rediscover the benefits of this universal plant.

Skin problems and rejuvenation

For various skin problems such as eczema, wounds, acne and sunburn, aloe gel can be applied directly to the affected area. It has a good effect on diseases of the genital organs and calms down the discomfort accompanying menopause. Aloe also deeply hydrates the skin and makes it firmer and more elastic.

Dealing with breast cancer

Aloe enhances regeneration processes and increases the defenses of the body. At the heart of this action is the activation of the enzyme and endocrine systems of the body. Therefore, it is believed that the plant has the potential to fight breast cancer. A new study from alternative medicine examines the therapeutic properties of one of the compounds in Aloe Vera leaves called emodin. The authors suggest that this extract slows the growth of breast cancer and other tumors. Although more experiments will be needed for this effect, the low toxicity of the plant makes it a good and safe treatment.

Digestive system and metabolism

Aloe Vera stimulates the cleansing of the digestive system and helps with disorders of the urinary system. It is considered to be a revitalizing herb that tones the liver, the spleen and the metabolic processes. It has been proven it decreases the cholesterol and improves the fat absorption.

Blood sugar under control

Aloe Vera helps cleanse the lymphatic system and balances the blood sugar levels. According to a study in the United States, taking two tablespoons of aloe vera juice per day can decrease blood sugar levels in people with diabetes. This certainly means that the plant may have a great success as a treatment of diabetes in the future.

An alternative to mouthwash

Aloe Vera extract has been shown to be a safe and effective alternative to chemical-containing oral hygiene solutions. The natural ingredients of the plant are rich in vitamin C and can successfully stop the formation of plaque. Therefore, aloe juice can help if you have bleeding or swollen gums.

*Aloe Vera cannot be used as a replace of medication! If you have a medical condition, please contact your healthcare specialist.