A moist plant that grows wild in tropical regions, Aloe Vera plat has numerous uses for thousands of years. These plant used for medicinal and nutritional purpose due to its 75 potentially active compounds it contains. Antioxidant, antibiotic, antimicrobial, antifungal, antiseptic — these are some of the properties of Aloe Vera that can help detoxify your body, fight infection, aid digestion, heal canker sores and prevent dental plaque.
The plant gives birth to offshoots that can be removed to produce a whole new plant and one can generate hundreds of new plants in just few years.
“Such extensive human use of aloe vera is nothing new; historical sources suggest aloe vera trade routes were well-established in the Red Sea and Mediterranean regions as far back as the 4th century B.C … Over 500 species of aloes exist, spread over Africa, the Middle East and various Indian Ocean islands.”
Part of its popularity is that it’s a salient plant to look at, the gel and leaves also contain strong healing and anti-oxidants capabilities for a number of sicknesses and conditions. The gel itself cure many health related problems millions of people around the world purchase aloe Vera gel creams, lotions etc.
“Aloe vera contains various powerful antioxidant compounds. Some of these compounds can help inhibit the growth of harmful bacteria … Aloe vera definitely has some unique therapeutic properties, especially when applied as an ointment for the skin and gums.”
The highest level of bio activity is the reason the healing comes from. Aloe Vera covered eight different ways to cover Disinfectant, Antibiotic, Antimicrobial, Antiseptic, Antibacterial, Germicidal, Antiviral, Antifungal.
These capabilities come from aloe vera’s many compounds and phytonutrients, such as vitamins A, C and E, choline, folic acid and B1, B2, B12 and B3 (niacin).