Sunday, 16 June 2013


The Aloe Vera plant and its juice are widely known for its health benefits. Not only aiding internal health, Aloe Vera brings us external health benefits as well with skin gels, creams and natural remedies. Aloe Vera contains numerous vitamins and minerals, enzymes, amino acids, natural sugars and agents which may be anti-inflammatory and anti-microbial. 

Aloe is also an excellent treatment for skin conditions such as burns and eczema. Aloe Vera can also be taken internally hence it is just as useful for internal epithelial tissue as it is for the skin. For example, mouth and stomach ulcers, nasal and sinus, bowels, lungs and genital tracts. The juice helps give u relief from heartburn.  It can also soothe stomach upset due to motion sickness, and it’s been known to alleviate the burning and pain of ulcers. 

Aloe Vera has been used to stimulate tissue regeneration and help fade skin marks, scars and freckles. It can also be applied to skin to soothe sunburns and rashes, and used to treat dermatitis, psoriasis, dry, flaky skin and eczema. One of the benefits of Aloe Vera juice is that it has calcium, iron, potassium, vitamin C, vitamin B12, and vitamin E in it, that are essential to your health and can help build up your immune system. The juice is said to be one of the finest body cleansers, cleaning morbid matter from the stomach, liver, kidneys, spleen, bladder, and is considered the finest, known colon cleanser. Another benefit of Aloe Vera juice is that it is a laxative, which will help to flush your system and get your digestive cycle back to normal. You can use it as a moisturizer, or sun screen, you can use it instead of an after-shave astringent. It has also been reported that internal use of Aloe Vera can help keep blood sugars low in diabetics.

Taking Aloe Vera in excess quantities can lead to harmful effects, so it is good to consume Aloe Vera in small amounts until you know how your body reacts to it.


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