Use of Aloe Vera Juice Since Ancient Times

October 18th, 2012 admin
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Aloe vera is the world famous plant which is very popular for its miraculous healing properties. The ancient Egyptians, the Romans, the Greeks, the Chinese and the Indians people learnt about uses of aloe vera juice a thousand years ago.

Allantoin which is contained in aloe leaves determine magical healing properties of this plant. There are also natural antioxidants in this succulent. They are vitamins C and E, vitamins of B complex, and beta-carotene, which is converted into vitamin A. All of these nutrients are vital for having health skin.

More than 200 of nutrient components are contained in this medicinal plant. Its composition includes 20 minerals and 18 amino acids. All the essential amino acids directly connected with cell regeneration and not generated by human organism happen to be in this plant. It is also rich in folic acid (it is necessary for planning pregnancy) and 12 vitamins (even a rare vitamin B, found out only in proteins of animal origin).

20 minerals contained in this plant are the catalysts in our body. Therefore, if our diet lacks the necessary minerals then our organism does not function effectively. Symptoms such as headache, fatigue, pain in muscles and abdominal cavity signalize that out body is working without the required number of minerals.

More than three thousand years ago this plant was used for treatment of wounds, burns, inflammation, exterior and interior ulcers, for the strengthening of the organism’s resistance to various diseases. In folk medicine aloe juice is mixed with honey, walnuts and other components used in the treatment of tuberculosis, stomach ulcers and other severe diseases to raise vitality and energy.

This famous succulent is not only one of the ingredients expensive moisturizing cream for the face and means against sunburn. Its liquid is used in an enormous number of cosmetic products for hair care. You can rub its juice into the skin in the case of cuts, scratches and inflammation to take advantage of its calming effect. Aloe can also be rubbed into the face to smooth out wrinkles.

This incredible plant is famous not only because of its curative effect but it contains the substance penetrating deeply into the skin moisturizing it perfectly. Its juice treats acne, bruises, small defects of the skin, skin ulcers, and eczema. It also deals with the treatment of such cosmetic defects, as varicose veins.

Aloe juice and all kinds of products based on it are known for powerful anti-inflammatory and anaesthetic features. They cope with germs, fungi, and certain viruses. Thanks to this plant is used in surgery, gynecology, therapy with the diseases of the ear, nose, throat and eye diseases and so on.

The ingestion of the extract of this plant helps especially well with diseases of the gastrointestinal tract, improves digestion and the condition of the gastrointestinal tract, increases the activity of digestive enzymes enhances the secretion of digestive glands, reduces the acidity of gastric juice, gastritis, inflammation of the gall bladder and biliary tract, with the ulcers stomach and duodenal ulcer in enteritis, colitis, enterocolitis, hemorrhoids, intestinal and chronic constipation, heartburn, choleretic. The analgesic action of aloe eases the suffering of the patient.

Increases nonspecific body resistance and immunity. Has anti-allergic and anti-inflammatory effect, accelerates the process of regeneration. Juice used in the treatment of catarrhal and viral diseases of nasopharynx. Also neutralizes toxins and products of the collapse of the metabolic processes.

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One Response to “Use of Aloe Vera Juice Since Ancient Times”

  1. Ashley says:

    Aloe vera glass helps me when I have acid reflux, I just drink a glass of juice and it goes away quickly ;) My daughter makes face and hair masks with aloe vera gel, she says it makes her skin and hair look beautiful.

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