Health Benefits of Aloe Vera

Health Benefits of Aloe Vera

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  1. The Aloe Vera plant is a perennial plant with 360 different species. The plant grows best in warm regions of the world especially the tropics. Aloe Vera is full of a variety of vitamins mineral and amino acids. Aloe can come in a variety of different forms including juice, capsules, powder and gel. It can be taken in oral form or used as a topical treatment. The potential health benefits of Aloe Vera include skin health, digestive health and immune health. Aloe is a natural anti-inflammatory, anti-bacterial and anti-fungal.

    Aloe Vera has long been used in beauty products dating back to Cleopatra.  The anti-inflammatory properties make it a potential treatment for many disorders that result from inflammation such as arthritis. Aloe has also been used to prevent kidney stones especially in children.

    There are many benefits of Aloe Vera for the skin.  The blistering and inflammation from burns can be reduced. Aloe does not only provide relief for burns. Relief from minor skin irritations, cuts, stings, and welts can also come from Aloe.  The inflammation of acne can also be treated with Aloe Vera.  People with other skin conditions such as dermatitis, eczema, and psoriasis may find relief through the use of Aloe Vera.

    Digestive disorders can also be treated with Aloe Vera in oral form.  Indigestion is something that many people experience and may be able to treat without over the counter drugs. Aloe may also help alleviate symptoms of IBS, colitis and other disorders of the colon.  Aloe has natural laxative properties which help alleviate constipation.

    Aloe Vera is a natural remedy that can help you feel better from the inside out.  It is not a substitute for advice from a physician. Aloe Vera is a natural way to relieve symptoms of skin and digestive disorders.

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