Aloe vera, described as a “wonder plant,” is a short-stemmed shrub. Aloe vera plant is a genus that contains more than 500 species of flowering succulent plants. Aloe Vera plants grow naturally in North Africa.
Aloe Vera is used in Food – Its is approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) as a flavoring , Cosmetic, Food Supplements, Herbal Remedies .
Aloe is an incredible ingredient by itself, praised for centuries for its health and beauty benefits and for supporting skin-health.
In fact, it’s no secret that the reason behind the soft and supple skin flaunted by Queen Cleopatra was thanks to her love of this succulent plant
Benefits of Aloe Vera
- Teeth and gums – The researchers compared the germ-fighting ability of an Aloe vera tooth gel with two popular toothpastes
- Constipation – Germany’s regulatory agency for herbs – Commission E – approved the use of Aloe vera for the treatment of constipation. Dosages of 50-200 milligrams of Aloe latex are commonly taken in liquid or capsule form once daily for up to 10 days.
- Diabetes induced foot ulcers –
- Antioxidant and possible antimicrobial properties
- Protection from ultraviolet (UV) irradiation
- Protection from skin damage after radiation therapy
- Depression, Learning and memory – an animal experiment
- Wounds from second-degree burns
- Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS)
Forever aloe vera is cultivated on fertile soils in a climate that enjoys over 2,000 hours of sunshine a year, and it’s even been certified by the International Aloe Science Council for its purity.
This new drinking gel is as close to the real thing as you can get, boasting 99.7% inner leaf aloe gel, lovingly extracted by hand so that you can experience the true power of nature.
Aloe is great for skin, the immune system and it’s an ideal digestive aid, and now this purifying gel also contains vitamin C.
Vitamin C contributes to the normal function of the immune system and to a normal energy-yielding metabolism.