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Aloe Vera is a species of Aloe, native to northern Africa. It is a stemless or very short-stemmed succulent plant growing to 80-100 cm tall, spreading by offsets and root sprouts. The leaves are lance late, thick and fleshy, green to grey-green, with a serrated margin. The flowers are produced on a spike up to 90 cm tall, each flower pendulous, with a yellow tubular corolla 2 to 3 cm long. Aloe Vera has long been a popular houseplant. Often called the 'miracle plant' or the 'natural healer', Aloe Vera is a plant of many surprises. It flourishes in warm and dry climates, and to many people it looks like a cactus with fleshy thorny leaves. In fact it is a member of the Lily family, staying moist where other plants wither and die by closing its pores to prevent moisture loss. There are around 400 species of Aloe, but it is the Aloe Barbadensis Miller (Aloe Vera or "true aloe") plant which has been of most use to mankind because of the medicinal properties it displays. Aloe Vera has been found described in writings in many different cultures and as far back as the Greek, Egyptians, and Roman eras. References have also been found in writings from the Indian Ayurvedic Texts and Chinese early cultures.
Ancient records show that the benefits of Aloe Vera have been known for centuries, with its therapeutic advantages and healing properties surviving for over 4000 years. Its antiquity was first discovered in 1862 in an Egyptian papyrus dated 1550 BC. Egyptian Queen Cleopatra associated its use with physical beauty. It was used to great effect by Greek and Roman physicians. Researchers have found that both the ancient Chinese and Indian used Aloe Vera. In the Philippines it is used with milk for kidney infections. Aloes are referred to in the Bible, and legend suggests that Alexander the Great conquered the island of Socotra in the Indian Ocean to secure supplies of Aloes to treat the battle wounds of his soldiers. Today in Japan Aloe Vera is commonly used as an ingredient in commercially available yogurt. People in Tamil Nadu, a state of India, often prepare a curry using Aloe Vera which is taken along with Indian bread (Nan bread) or rice.
Clear the toxins from villi and repair them. Provide mirco-nutrition to the cells (contains more than 200 micronutrients). Works in colon by expelling fecal material-work as chemical internal enema. Saponin & lignins acts upon the cells and detoxify them-bring all the toxins in the blood. Vitamin-A, C & E in it act like strong anti- oxidants and prevent free-radical damage. It make the body fluids alkaline. CLEANSING ACTION OF ALOE VERA ON SMALL INTESTINAL VILLI
(i) All the burns, cuts, wounds, skin allergies all skin infections (Act as anti-bacterial, anti fungal, anti-viral and anti-parasitic). (ii) Non-healing wounds. (iii) Sting bites. (iv) Reduces wrinkles from aging. (v) Reduces inflammation. EXTERNAL – ON THE SKIN Maintain moisture. Detoxify and remove dead cells. Give nutrition. Stimulates regeneration and therefore effective in
Reduces pain and inflammation. Helps balances immune system. Regenerate protective intestinal mucosa lining. Helps proper digestion, absorption & assimilation of food thus giving nutrition to all the cells and strengthening all the bodily tissues and organs. Powerful anti-bacterial, anti-viral, anti-fungal and anti- parasitic. Prevent and heal cancer cells. No side effects and can be taken with other medicines also.
Plain 100% pure stabilized Aloe-vera. No additives and no preservatives. Within 4hrs of cutting processed and juice is stabilized so that all the nutrition is locked. Beta dine test positive (Quality test).
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