Ayurveda refers to Aloe Vera as the miracle herb that can be used to treat wounds, minor cuts, dry skin and severe burns. Now a days, from beauty creams to healthy juices and diet supplements, it has integrated itself into everything we use.
But why? Here is the answer:
Aloe Vera contains over 200 active components including vitamins, minerals. It is reported to be rich source of Vitamin A, B, C and E, Beta Carotene, Acemannan.
Detoxify Your Body: Aloe Vera is a gelatinous plant food. Gelatinous move through the intestinal tract absorbing toxins along the way and get eliminated through the colon..
Boosts Immunity: It is rich in anti-oxidants which means it helps cut out free radicals in the body and boosts immunity. Make it a part of your daily diet and experience the benefits of good health.
Improves Digestion: It is an Adaptogen, it helps with either constipation or Diarrhea, helping to regulate your elimination cycles in whatever way you need.
Rejuvenates Skin: Aloe is an emollient, helping to soften and soothe the skin. It helps supply oxygen to the skin cells, increasing the strength and synthesis of skin tissue. Aloe Vera gels are easily available in market, use it on daily basis and flaunt your lustrous, healthy skin.
Treats Acne:To use it as acne remedy, mix Aloe Vera gel with walnuts and honey. Apply this face pack for at least 10- 15 minutes once in a week.
Aloe Vera is a species of Aloe, native to northern Africa. There are around 400 species of Aloe, but it is the Aloe Barbadensis Miller plant which has been of most use to mankind.