Aloe Vera will help your health
In ancient Egypt documents, Aloe Vera was listed as a miracle plant, thanks to the multiple properties that the fresh pulp of its leaves contains.
For centuries, Aloe Vera has been used as a natural beauty remedy, and as a medicine to treat fever, infections, burns, stomach ailments, dermis pathologies, scars, redness, inflammation, insect bites and as a pain reliever and disinfectant.
Aloe Vera juice contains vitamins such as A, C, E, folic acid, choline, B1, B2, B3, B6 and even vitamin B12.
In addition, the fresh pulp contains up to 20 types of minerals, such as calcium, magnesium, zinc, chromium, selenium, sodium, iron, potassium, copper, manganese, among others.
One of the keys to Aloe Vera as a leading plant in cosmetics and natural nutrition is its high content of amino acids, which make up proteins, and of which aloe gathers 18 of the 20 considered essential for the human body. In addition, the juice of its leaves contains fatty acids, three plant sterols - HCL that help balance blood fats and cholesterol control, as well as campesterol and B-sitosterol, which minimize the discomfort of allergies and promote indigestion.
Other acids found in the composition of its pulp are linoleic, linolenic, myristic, caprylic, oleic and palmitic.
Aloe Vera helps digestion, eliminates constipation and promotes transit, eliminates bacteria from the body and cleanses and calms the digestive tract. It is effective to treat infections, inflammations, ulcers and stomach and intestinal ailments, and a great ally to regulate cholesterol, blood sugar and excess chemicals in the body that causes, for example, pharmacological treatments.
Its use for the skin is widely known, since it disinfects, purifies, calms and promotes cell regeneration and skin balance. Thanks to its composition, in a large part of water, it promotes deep hydration of the dermis, balances the levels of fat in the pores, and nourishes in depth thanks to its more than 200 active components including vitamins, minerals, amino acids, enzymes, polysaccharides and fatty acids.