Aloe Vera and its Benefits

Aloe Vera and its Benefits

Aloe Vera


Aloe Vera is a succulent plant with many amazing uses, and its benefits are typically obtained by breaking off a stalk to extract the gel-like substance within; it is then either applied topically to the skin and hair or ingested.

The gel can also be combined with other natural ingredients to form part of your health or beauty routine.

Aloe Vera Nutrition

  • For decades, the soothing nature of Aloe Vera has been known and respected by the people who believe in naturopathy.
  • The Aloe Vera plant has compounds such as mannans, polysaccharides, lectins, and anthraquinones that are extremely beneficial for human health.
  • It has 18 amino acids that work in association with other compounds of the human body to deliver numerous health benefits.

Skin Care.

  • Aloe has been used for skin ailments since ancient times.
  • The pure inner gel extracted from the aloe leaf is the best natural remedy for skin abrasions and it also helps diminish the symptoms of aging skin conditions.
  • Many skin care and personal care products, toiletries, and cosmetics include aloe extracts.
  • In fact, if you have its plant at home, simply tear a small part of the leaf, take the gel and apply it in the raw form on your face.
  • This therapy will prove to be far better and more effective than many expensive skin creams on the market.
  • It also helps in curing stings, rashes, acne, eczema and psoriasis.

Hair Care.

  • Aloe Vera has been proven over time to be an excellent option for promoting hair growth naturally.
  • The hair products that contain it are essential to retain voluminous and healthy hair.
  • You can apply its gel to the entire scalp and hair to treat hair loss as it has an enzyme that is beneficial for stimulating hair growth.
  • Aloe Vera shampoo improves blood circulation and keeps you away from stress and mental strain.
  • In fact, it has anti-inflammatory properties that effectively treat androgenetic alopecia or male pattern baldness.
  • If you use it regularly as a shampoo and conditioner, you are sure to prevent premature hair loss.

Reduces Arthritic Pain.

  • Aloe is noted for its amazing anti-inflammatory properties that work instantly on the pain and swelling resulting from arthritis.
  • Its gel is also extremely effective in calming the swelling and inflammation that are closely associated with arthritis.
  • In fact, topical application, drinking aloe juice or eating Aloe Vera, its pills or capsules all show positive results in curing arthritis pain.

Other Benefits.

Relieves Joint & Muscle Pain

  • The anti-inflammatory properties of Aloe Vera help it to work efficiently on joint and muscle pains.
  • Applying aloe gel topically eases inflammation of the joints.
  • However, it works efficiently when your diet contains less intake of red meat, sugar, milk, fried foods, and white flour.

Heals Wounds

  • Aloe Vera has been considered a natural healer ever since it was discovered thousands of years ago.
  • If used externally, it is the best option for dressing wounds.
  • In fact, in many cases, it is seen that Aloe Vera works like magic, even in the most serious of emergency room wound cases.
  • The juice instantly seals the wound by drawing the flow of blood to the wound, thus enhancing the process of wound healing.
  • In many studies, it has been proven that aloe effectively treats third-degree burn victims and it restores the burned skin faster. [3]
  • It is also known that a large amount of Aloe Vera gel can heal wounds of gunshots and tissue injuries.

Delays Aging and Heals and revitalises tired skin.

  • Aloe Vera has been a primary component of many skin products that help in retaining youthfulness.
  • The added support of aloe in any skin cream enhances its function as a wrinkle fader and skin rejuvenator.
  • The anti-aging properties work on the skin and keep it fresh, supple, wrinkle-free, and bright.
  • The properties of Aloe Vera make it penetrate quickly within the various layers of the skin, even to the muscles of the body.