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The use of Aloe Vera gel and juice is NOT “out of fashion”! So what is it that makes us ardently desire to consume this gel with its authentic hypoacidic taste every day? Aloe Vera gel contains over 75 known ingredients, the synergy of which leads to the strengthening of their action.
Aloe Vera is a source of vitamins, mainly B, C, E and beta-carotene (precursor of vitamin A). It contains minerals and trace elements, mainly magnesium, manganese, zinc, calcium, iron and selenium, but also amino acids, which are the “building blocks” of proteins. They are also rich in saccharides, enzymes that help break down food, sterols, anthraquinones (painkillers) and salicylic acid. Thanks to its ingredients and their synergy, aloe penetrates deep into the skin, cleanses it and is a natural anesthetic. It enhances the growth of new cells, improves tissue function and heals wounds. It has antibiotic, antifungal and anti-inflammatory effects, stimulates the immune system, calms the nervous system, cleans the intestines and detoxifies the body.
Detoxification: Aloe vera juice is ideal for detoxification as it is full of vitamins and minerals. Drinking the juice can therefore help our body cope with the demands of everyday life. Add some molasses or honey to your fresh juice to make it more “friendly” to the younger members of the family and to those who refuse to grow up!
Digestive disorders : Aloe vera has an essential effect on disorders of the digestive system such as heartburn, ulcers and irritable bowel syndrome.
In particular, it soothes the esophagus and reduces the discomfort of gastroesophageal reflux. At the same time, aloe helps the bowel function better
Oral hygiene : Aloe vera leaf juice can help you visit the dentist less often, as it significantly improves gum health.
Bowel motility : Aloe juice contains anthraquinone glycosides A and B, which are powerful natural laxatives .
Weight management : In addition to its healing properties, aloe vera has been used in the past to help fight obesity and maintain a normal weight.
Strengthening the immune system : Aloe vera leaves are high in antioxidants that fight free radicals and boost the immune system.
Dandruff : Aloe can reduce the symptoms of dandruff while soothing itching. Aloe gel can be used before shampoo for better results.
Burns : If you touched the stove or hot iron, apply cream of aloe juice or gel to the burned area and repeat until the burn goes away. If necessary, cut a leaf from the pot, wash it, split it in half and place it on the slight burn. Aloe vera gel is probably the best remedy for burns. It’s a good idea to have a tube handy with you for this purpose. It is also equally effective in treating burns from exposure to the sun.
If hair is falling out : Apply aloe vera to the head 2-3 times a day, leave it for a few minutes and rinse. Follow the treatment for at least 3 months. Thus, you will help not only your hair, but also the scalp.
For foot fungus : Apply aloe vera gel to the area and wrap it with a bandage. Repeat until the infection is gone. For bruises: Apply aloe directly to the bump 3-4 times a day or cut a leaf and tie it over the bump. Pain and swelling will be noticeably reduced.
For minor cuts and abrasions : First clean the wound and then apply aloe or soak a bandage with aloe juice and tie it to the area. Repeat until the cut or abrasion is closed. The regenerative action of aloe will help the small wound to heal quickly.
For eczema : You can also use aloe vera externally as an ointment, but also drink 1-2 teaspoons daily until the eczema improves.
Skin : Perhaps the most well-known use of aloe vera is its application and positive effect on a number of skin problems. In addition to psoriasis, aloe vera is useful for moisturizing and detoxifying the skin, removing scars and marks, fighting inflammation and general skin rejuvenation.