Aloe Vera

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Aloe vera is a perennial plant, which is mainly cultivated worldwide for its agricultural and medicinal advantages. The aloe gel is extracted from the fleshy leaves of the plants. This plant has been widely studied because of its therapeutic uses, a few of which are described below.

Digestion | Boosts Immune system | Cancer | Skin Care | Hair | Arthritis | Bone and Muscles | Heals wounds | Girls health | Nausea | Diabetes II | Acid Reflux | Anti-aging |

How this helps:

Antioxidant and anti-microbial properties:

Aloe gel consists of many phytochemicals with a likely antioxidant property like anthraquinone C-glycosides, other anthraquinones like emodin, lectins, acetylated mannans, anthrones, etc.. Additional salicylic acid is also present in the gel, which has shown antibacterial properties.

Aloe vera has been used since ancient times for topical application and treatment of burns, cuts, stings, rash and any other skin infection. The vitamin E present in the plant aids in decreasing the harmful effects of UV rays like sunburns, pimples, and blisters. In several cases, it has been noted that using the gel on even third-degree burns, helps in faster healing of the wounds and restores the skin quicker. Furthermore, the gel also helps in removing tan and stretch marks.

The anti inflammatory property of Aloe vera can help in reducing many inflammatory conditions like arthritis and even decreases the joint and muscular pain. A topical application of the aloe gel reduces swelling and redness around the affected area and eases the pain.

Some researchers also stated that Aloe vera comprised many compounds which arrested the growth of cancerous cells and protect against tumor formation. The polysaccharides present in the aloe plant consist of powerful macrophages that release huge amounts of nitric oxide, which has anti-cancer properties. Aloe gel also helps in soothing the burns and wounds which arise because of radiotherapy treatments.


With advancing age, the skin loses its natural elasticity and becomes dry, which increases the incidence of wrinkles or fine lines. Aloe gel helps in removing the dead skin cells and moisturizes the skin. Some researchers also have stated that aloe gel improves the skin elasticity and delays the onset of ageing.

Hair autumn:

The pH of the scalp is acidic, i.e., 5.5. The commercial shampoos and hair products are alkaline in nature and can change the entire scalp pH. Any change in the scalp pH can cause hair-related problems, like hair fall, dandruff, oily hair, etc.. Aloe vera removes the dead cells in the scalp, keeps scalp pH, reduces infections and soothes the scalp.

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