Aloe Vera contains two useful parts, gel and latex. Aloe Vera gel is the leaf pulp or juice, a thin clear jelly-like substance obtained from the leaf that makes up the inner portion of the leaves.
The gel Is filled with carbohydrates and polymers and other organic and inorganic compounds. The latex, presents the juice. For usage the juice is dried in order to produce the granules with dark brown color from exposure the sun.
The process of separation is not easy, so the separation is not completed. This is the reason why sometimes the latex can be found in some Aloe Vera gels. Gel needs to be as pure as possible.
Aloe Vera gel is used for curing process of wounds, minor burns and different skin irritations.
Aloe has been used for all different types of things through out the years, and is now sold openly on the market. People who buy Aloe normally know exactly what they are going to use it for, and some just buy it to be safe.
Aloe Vera contains the best properties which can cure different ailments. This plant is very easy to find it in the store, and in case you want to be sure about the purity of the plant you can plant it at your home. This presents one very easy process because it doesn’t ask for much.
Topical uses of Aloe Vera:
- Treats acne and eczema
- Reduces rashes, boils, and other skin irregularities
- Helps burns heal
- Stops bug bites irritation and itching
- Hydrates the skin
- Fills in wrinkles
- Heal wounds
- Serves as a hair conditioner and shampoo against hair loss
- Makes up a perfect shaving gel
Internal uses of Aloe Vera:
- Boosts the immunity
- Regulates the blood sugar
- Prevents digestive disorders such as bloating, constipation, IBS and colitis, and soothes the stomach
- Helps with reducing heartburn and indigestion
- Improves the heart’s work and the blood’s quality
- Keeps the gums healthy
- Diminishes the risk for arthritis inflammation
- Strengthens the urinary tract performance
- Encourages the production of white blood cells
This plant has roots in Northern Africa and it was first used by the Egyptians.
From that point on, Aloe Vera has become the ultimate remedy for numerous diseases and found its place in both traditional and alternative medicine.