Must Know: Aloe Vera's Health Benefits
Feb 06, 2021
The succulent plant Aloe vera (Aloe barbadensis miller) is used in alternative medicine. In Indian medicine, it was famous for the treatment of several conditions with a total of 420 different plant species of aloe vera. The planet' s beauty, fitness, skin and medicinal properties have gained tremendous popularity throughout centuries.
The Arabic word " alloe vera" means " a shining bitter substance" and the Latin word " vera" means " real" Vera means a " shining bitter substance" " real" Aloe vera has been commonly used for many years in many cultures– Egypt, Greece, Mexico, India, China and Japan. The plant is a member of the Asphodelaceae family (Liliaceae), which grows in dry areas in Asia, Europe, America and Africa.
Content of Aloe Vera
Aloe vera contains a lot of vitamins, minerals and other active substances that support the health of the plant. The three principal layers of each aloe vera leaf. An internal gel is containing 99% water and the rest of it consists of amino acids, glucomannans, sterols, lipids and vitamins. The medium layer is latex, a yellow layer containing anthraquinones and glycosides. Finally, 15 to 20 cells are known as the rind in the outer layer. It protects the inner side of the blade and synthesizes proteins and carbohydrates at the same time.
VitaminsVitamins A, C, and E are powerful antioxidants that combat free radicals and neutralize them. The immune booster is vitamin C that is essential for teeth, bones, and blood development. Besides, the body' s cells are protected from premature aging with a strong antioxidant. Vitamin E speeds up the process of recovery.
The vitamins B1, B2, B6 and B12 in Aloe Vera also contribute to the process of detoxification. Vitamin B12, in particular, is essential for the synthesis of nucleic acid.
Aloe vera also has hormones, including gibberellins and auxins, which help repair injuries more rapidly. They are also anti- inflammatory.
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