One of the most popular plants with healing properties is the Aloe Vera Plant. Here are some of the uses this plant has in treating ailments.

 

Aloe Gel

 

Aloe Vera is well recognized by its thick, pointed and fleshy green leaves, which can grow to about 12-19 inches in length. Each leaf is full of a slimy tissue that stores water, which makes the leaves thick. This slimy, water-filled tissue is the "gel" we associate with Aloe Vera products. The gel contains most of the bioactive compounds in the plant, including vitamins, minerals, amino acids, and antioxidants. These polyphenols, along with several other compounds in Aloe Vera, can help inhibit the growth of certain bacteria that can cause infections in humans.

 

Uses

 

Aloe Vera is most commonly used as a topical medication, rubbed onto the skin rather than eaten. It has long been known as a treatment for sores, particularly burns, including sunburns. Multiple studies on Aloe Vera have found out that the application of Aloe Vera on wounds can accelerate the healing process by as much as 9 days, higher than other conventional medications. This is very important due to its applications to some rural areas where first aid medications for a wound are inaccessible. Beverages made from the Aloe Vera juice have natural detoxifying components that effectively clean the circulatory and digestive system. The Aloe Vera is able to accelerate the absorption level of nutrients by the body, resulting in better blood circulation.

 

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