Aloe vera is a succulent plant species of the genus Aloe. Having some 500 species, Aloe is widely distributed, and is considered an invasive species in many world regions.
Aloe vera is gel from the leaves of aloe plants. People have used it for thousands of years for healing and softening the skin. Aloe has also long been a folk treatment for many maladies, including constipation and skin disorders.
Aloe vera is a stemless or very short-stemmed plant growing to 60–100 centimetres (24–39 inches) tall, spreading by offsets. The leaves are thick and fleshy, green to grey-green, with some varieties showing white flecks on their upper and lower stem surfaces. The margin of the leaf is serrated and has small white teeth.
Moisturises skin: Aloe vera is rich in antioxidants and antibacterial properties and is often used in skin products for its healing, soothing and hydrating effects. It hydrates skin without leaving any greasy feeling after application. Along with locking moisture in skin.
Anti Aging: Aloe vera gel contains vitamin C and E, beta-carotene in abundance. It helps to retains skin’s lost moisture and restores its radiance. Along with reducing wrinkles and fine lines on the face, Aloe Vera gel also helps in improving the elasticity of the skin and repairs skin cells. Thus, preventing premature aging of the skin.
Fights Acne: Along with antibacterial properties, aloe vera gel has salicylic acid, an exfoliant that unclogs pores and acts as an anti-inflammatory on acne-producing oil glands. Aloe vera also helps in removing the pesky scars and fading the blemishes.
Soothes Sun burn: Aloe Vera is also referred to as “burn plant” as it is so effective in soothing sunburns. It contains certain compounds called polysaccharides, which helps in encouraging skin repair and new skin cells regeneration. It also contains a pain-relieving compound called carboxypeptidase, which gives soothing sensation every time apply Aloe Vera is applied.
Lightens blemishes on face: Aloe vera has the ability to boost skin cell regeneration, reduces redness and fights inflammation.
Improves Hair growth: Aloe vera gel is known to improve blood circulation on the scalp. It also provides essential minerals and vitamins. Aloe Vera contains proteolytic enzymes that help repair dead skin on the scalp and therefore is a great remedy to treat scalp problems.
Keeps Dandruff at bay: Aloe Vera helps in healing dry skin, fungal infections, and excessively oily skin which are main causes for dandruff and therefore helps to naturally get rid of dandruff.
Conditions Hair and scalp: Aloe Vera helps to condition the hair and softens it. Regularly applying Aloe gel to the hair and scalp helps to maintain the vitality of the hair and improves shine.
HOW TO USE :
100-200 milligrams of aloe juice — or 50 milligrams of aloe extract — daily as needed. For diabetes, 1 tablespoon of the gel has been used daily.
High oral doses of aloe or aloe latex are dangerous. Ask your doctor for advice on how to use aloe
Aloe Vera Risks
Talk to your doctor before using it. Researchers warn against the chronic use of aloe vera. But if the aloe product is free of aloin — an extract of the plant that has been found to cause colorectal cancer in rats — it may be OK as a topical remedy for sunburn. Aloin is found between the outer leaf of the aloe plant and the gooey stuff inside.aloevera supplements should not be used orally by children and by women who are pregnant or breastfeeding.
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