Aloe Vera has been widely recognized due to its appreciated medicinal properties. The Egyptians gave it the epithet ‘the immortality plant’ and it was commonly used to treat numerous problems, from soothing skin burns, cuts, and wounds to more severe health issues.
It’s rich in more 200 bioactive compounds such as vitamins, enzymes, minerals, amino acids, and polysaccharides. Thanks to its potent antimicrobial and antifungal properties, aloe Vera boosts the immunity and detoxifies the body. Due to its high content of calcium, selenium, copper, potassium, iron, chrome, manganese, and zinc, it supports the weight loss and boosts the metabolism.
The aloe Vera gel contains enzymes such as lipase and amylase that fights against inflammation and decompose fats and sugars.
In addition, aloe Vera is extremely rich source of vitamin B12 that is a vital for the red blood cells production, and 20 out of 22 amino acids which are needed by the body to function properly.
In addition, aloe Vera detoxifies the body and treats indigestion and ulcers, and the salicylic acid it contains eliminates bacteria and soothes skin problems.
According to researchers, aloe Vera gel treats over 50 common diseases. At the same time, it eliminates plaque accumulation from the teeth and oral ulcers. However, because of its bitter taste, you will need to mix it with a fruit juice.
If you want, you can grow Aloe Vera plant in your own house and extract the gel from its fresh leaves. Or, you can buy it from the health stores. Just ensure you have it always by your side!