This plant is wild and grows in the tropical climates, but because if it medicinal uses is cultivated worldwide. The cultivation is very easy, it doesn’t require much: occasional watering, warm conditions, and little fertilization occasionally.
Aloe Vera has amazing properties; it is mainly used in medicinal properties.
The plant is consisted of thick gel-filled leaves and can be harvested easily. The process is simple you need to open the leaf and collect the oozing gel from it.
Aloe juice can be found in better supplied stores for healthy food and pharmacies.
However, it is much safer and cheaper to use homegrown gel. The best benefits you will get by harvesting the biggest and ripest leaves, because of their larger concentration of gel.
Continue with reading and see for which issues you can use this remarkable substance:
9 health benefits of applying aloe topically:
Calms rashes, boils, and other skin afflictions
Conditions hair as a shampoo (may even prevent hair loss)
Can be used as a shaving gel
Soothes burns (one of the best home remedies for sunburns)
Anti – itching for bug bites
Calms acne and eczema
9 Health benefits if taking Aloe Vera Internally
Lowers arthritis inflammation
Improves the body’s immunity
Reduces heartburn and indigestion
Promotes better functioning of the urinary tract
Prevents digestive disorders like constipation, bloating, IBS and colitis and calms
Boosts the production of white blood cells and healthy cells in cancer patients
Reinforces the heart and improves the quality of blood
Stabilizes blood sugar
Promotes healthy gums
This plant is used since the ancient times of Egypt, and it is believed that the origins of this plant are from North Africa.
Now this plant is used worldwide and mostly for medicinal uses but also as ornamental plant.