Aloevera, sometimes described as a “wonder plant,” is a short-stemmed shrub. Aloe is a genus that contains more than 500 species of flowering succulent plants. Many Aloes occur naturally in North Africa.
The leaves of Aloevera are succulent, erect, and form a dense rosette. Many uses are made of the gel obtained from the plant’s leaves.
Aloevera has been the subject of much scientific study over the last few years, regarding several claimed therapeutic properties. In this article, we will look at some of these claims and investigate the research behind them.
Benefits to Teeth and Gums: Aloe latex contains anthraquinones, compounds that actively heal and reduce pain through natural anti-inflammatory effects.
Antioxidant and possible antimicrobial properties: Aloevera flower and leaf extracts had antioxidant properties, especially the leaf skin extract. The leaf skin extract also exhibited antimycoplasmic properties.
Protection from ultraviolet (UV) irradiation: Baby Aloe shoot extract and adult Aloe shoot extract might have a protective effect on UVB-induced skin photoaging; in other words, whether they could protect the skin from the aging effects of sunlight.
Protection from skin damage after radiation therapy: Might be in protecting the skin of breast cancer patients receiving radiation therapy. One of these creams contained Aloe.
2 capsules twice a day or as directed by the Physician
1 capsule twice a day or as directed by the Physician.
If pregnant consult your Physician before taking
Store in a cool dry place away from direct sunlight,
Do no use if the seal is missing or broken
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