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Aloevera
 

Aloe vera plants such as Aloe vera barbadensis are known for their medicinal use, various kinds of ailments and ointments are available for burns, rashes and cuts. They are use in various beauty preparations to give your skin a beautiful look. Aloe Vera plants are now found in various countries and have been commonly accepted as folk medicines. This plant can also be grown as an indoor plant but may need re-potting as it grows very large. Aloe Vera Plant is also known as medicinal aloe, medicine plant or burn plant. The name comes from the Arabic “Alloeh”, meaning bitter because of the bitter yellow liquid. 

Aloe Vera plant looks like cactus, but is actually a member of the lily family. It grows in warm places like Asia, Africa and some parts of America and Europe that are warm. Aloe Vera plants are prized for the gel substance inside their leaves which is used for many types of medicinal purposes (medicinal aloe Vera). Growing aloe vera plants can be something anyone can do and it lets a person keep an aloe plant on hand for whenever they need a little aloe Vera gel. Aloe Vera plants are very easy to care for. They withstand quite a bit in my opinions. 

They do need a lot of sunlight, so it is best to keep them in a window that gets lots of sun, unless you are in an especially cold climate. They do need to be kept warm and get plenty of light, because they can die from exposure to cold. 

The plant is beneficial for uterus, liver, ulcers, colon and hemorrhoids disorders. Aloe vera not only provides healing effect to the person but it also returns the bowls to the normal position. They are easy to grow indoors and outdoors. However, growing aloe vera plant in warm weather will allow it to flourish better.

Aloevera is a plant of great potential and value in the field of therapeutics, pharmaceuticals and cosmetic industries. The colour and odour of each variety is its characteristic and the taste bitter and nauseous. Aloevera Barbadensis refers to the Barbados Island. Aloevera used in indigenous (Ayurvedic) and Unani systems of medicine and in cosmetics, shampoos and creams.

The major market of Aloe vera and its extracts are in India, Australia, USA, Japan and Europe. The demand for Aloe vera is increasing and with scientific studies supporting the medicinal benefits of Aloe vera.It is profitable to cultivate the Aloevera & has the potential to become the future of agro-industrial crop.

CONTENTS IN ALOEVERA:-

Vitamins A, B1, B2, B6, B12,Folic Acid, Niacine

  • Vitamins: A, B1, B2 B3, B6, B12
  • Contributes to well – being & health
  • Supplies body with energy
  • Strengthens the immune system
  • Minerals : Calcium, Iron, Potassium
  • Indispensable for the human metabolism
  • Building of blood, needed for growth of bones and teeth
  • Amino Acids: Lysine, Threonin, Valine etc
  • “Building Blocks" of the body
  • Repair tissues / carry oxygen throughout the body
  • They form antibodies to combat invading bacteria & viruses
  • Enzymes: Oxidase, Catalase etc
  • Regulate intestinal activity.
  • Assist in the breaking up of food elements


USES OF ALOEVERA

In India Aloe, Vera has been referring to as "kumari’ in Ayurvedic treatments where it is useful in the treatment of burns, blood disorders, chronic constipation, skin diseases, and as eye drops for relief in sore eyes and redness as well as bleeding and healing of wounds, etc. It plays an important role in gerontology and rejuvenation.Aloe Vera is full of medicinal properties & it is effective in treating various body ailments

  • Medical and Cosmetic Benefits
  • Used in number of lotions, creams, gels and shampoos.
  • As diet supplement or directly.
  • Control the stomach acids and maintain balance in the stomach.
  • Improve immune system.
  • Stimulates tissues.
  • Helpful for diabetes
  • Absorb nutrients and neutralizing toxic and bad elements.