Aloe vera contains about 200 bioactive compounds that include vitamins, minerals, amino acids, enzymes and polysaccharides.
Prominent for its medicinal abilities, Egyptians called it “the plant of immortality” and it was used to treat skin burns, minor cuts, wounds and other chronic ailments.
Researchers state that ingesting and topical application of aloe vera gel can relieve from more than 50 common diseases.
- Antifungal and antimicrobial abilities exhibited by aloe vera gel help to detoxify the body and boost the immune system.
- High amount of selenium, potassium, calcium, iron, manganese, zinc, copper and chrome help to improve metabolism and help to reduce weight.
- Amylase and lipase are two enzymes present in aloe gel that fight inflammation and decompose fats and sugars.
- Your body needs vitamin B12 to produce red blood cells, and aloe gel consists of vitamin B12.
- Ingesting aloe vera gel helps to detoxify your body, treat ulcers and indigestion.
- Salicylic acids residing in aloe gel fight bacteria and soothe skin disorders.
- Apart from this, this gel will eliminate plaque buildup from the teeth and relieve oral ulcers.
How to Use
Assorted nutrients in this sticky gel are enticing, but most of them don’t like its bitter taste.
To make it easy for you, mix aloe gel with orange juice or any other fruit juice.
Best time to consume this gel is before breakfast. You can add honey with aloe vera gel and ingest.
Both are packed with exceptional nutrients that are good for your health.
Grow aloe vera plant in your garden, so that you can regularly have fresh aloe gel. You need to plant a small aloe plant and water regularly.
If you can’t plant, bring natural aloe vera gel from health store.