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Friday, 10 February 2017

Alovera a Miracle Medicne with lot of benefits

Aloe vera, or aloe, is a perennial plant without stem, endowed with exceptional qualities. We collect  its green parts, a clear pulp that resembles frost, whose benefits are no longer to be proved both for internal use and external use.

ALOVERA PLANT

Cancers, eczemas, chronic digestive problems ... Aloe vera seems to have virtues for all evils. Aloe vera would be a miracle plant?

Aloe vera, the plant with multiple health benefits

Not only does it stimulate immune defenses, it heals but it also acts as an antibiotic and an anti-inflammatory. Aloe vera promotes the elimination of toxins and relieves stomach cramps and gastric ailments. In addition, this remarkable plant is recommended for diabetics, and for people suffering from allergies , constipation, heart problems ...

In short, aloe vera is a real miniature pharmacy  : it produces many active components, including minerals, enzymes, vitamins and mucopolysaccharides, as will be seen.

Aloe vera, fountain of youth of the Maya

There are 300 species of aloe. The most used is of course the aloe vera because of its benefits and especially its ease of exploitation. Originally from South Africa, aloe vera is grown all over the world especially in Spain, Mexico but also in the southern United States.

The leaves are rather narrow, long and toothed. From the center rises an inflorescence with many yellow flowers in the form of tube. At the end of four to five years, the plant, of the family liliaceae, reaches about one meter: one can begin to take its leaves for the manufacture of remedies or cosmetics.

The precursors of modern medicine such as Pliny the Elder, Aristotle and Hippocrates had already discovered the multiple qualities of this plant. They used it mainly to:

  • Improve blood clotting,
  • Help the capricious intestines,
  • Soothe ulcers,
  • To heal bodily harm,
  • As well as for its benefits to the skin  : both to care for it and to beautify it.
Moreover, Cleopatra did not deprive herself of the exceptional properties of this plant to perfect her legendary beauty!

The Maya called this plant " the fountain of youth " and the " source of youth ".
The Vera aloe leaf contains more than 75 nutrients and 200 other components, as well as 20 minerals, 18 amino acids and 12 vitamins.

Aloe vera has no toxicity , no contraindications to other medications, even if it is necessary to seek the advice of its doctor in the course of a specific medication. Aloe vera is one of the products called adaptogens .

The virtues of aloe vera for the body

Aloe vera maintains the body from the inside especially by cleansing the digestive system and the urinary tract .

Some products with aloe vera promote the proper functioning of the metabolism by burning fat and strengthening the body's defenses.
Moreover, thanks to its healing properties, some native Indians even used aloe gel directly on open wounds, without suturing them beforehand. This allowed an excellent healing which, moreover, left much less traces than the stitches.

Aloe facilitates cell regeneration and good hydration of the skin.
The aloe vera juice or gel can be applied in the event of injury due to sports, and are as effective as a therapeutic supplement.
This plant is well recommended if itching, eczema, small cuts, irritation, sores, bites of d'insecte, dandruff, damaged hair, hair loss, acne, of cellulite…

In everyday life, aloe vera provides suppleness and softness to damaged or dry skin.

Aloe vera and intestine
ALOVERA GEL

The aloe pulp (mucilage or inner leaf) contains mucopolysaccharides (especially glucomannan and acemannan) which have virtues promoting the stimulation of natural defenses and intestinal well-being .

The mucopolysaccharides of the pulp "create a viscous film" which is of prime importance for the permeability and structure of the intestines, which, like a dressing, provides protection and improves proper gastric functioning, in particular in the case of high acidity. They stimulate the activity of the intestinal flora and its growth and thus help to strengthen the intestinal barrier against pathogens, in other words the sources of diseases.

Mucopolysaccharides also promote the healing of gastric hairs and help by absorbing a large amount of water within their structure. The consumed food is thus transformed into hydrated masses, which improves intestinal peristalsis and elimination. In short, the aloe and the intestines is a true love story

Does aloe vera have any side effects?

It is not known to have any side effects and can therefore be safely taken.

At most, there have been reports of allergies to the use of the gel. On the other hand, some people allergic to onion and garlic, would also sometimes be with aloe vera.

Aloe vera is very active and penetrates the skin quickly, and so it can occasionally cause the epidermis to turn red, without gravity.

Aloe vera for hair and skin

Aloe vera is very moisturizing and has anti-aging virtues. Thanks to its regenerating, moisturizing and revitalizing functions, aloe vera actively combats skin aging and also against burns. Aloe vera is full of vitamins , mostly vitamins A, E and B. This magical plant also has essential minerals: phosphorus, potassium, calcium, chlorine, iron, zinc ...

To enjoy all these benefits after the shower, apply a  nourishing body milk to Aloe Vera  for hydrated, supple and soft skin. At the same time, every night when you are removing make-up, use  micellar water with make-up removing  aloe vera and blueberry floral water, it will overcome the fatty substances and impurities of the skin and leave an impression of freshness unparalleled .

For hair care, aloe vera helps to cleanse the roots, repair forked spikes, strengthen the scalp, and facilitate detangling. Aloe vera-based shampoos are widely available for the irritated scalp.

The detangling is easier, the hair is more bulky, shiny and supple. Some research has also proved that aloe vera can prevent the definitive fall of hair by addressing the major causes of baldness.

Creams with aloe vera

Aloe vera creams are practical and useful for all local applications. Many brands of day and night creams are based on aloe vera and give good results. Their texture makes them very pleasant to use and they all have in common to be very moisturizing.

Aloe vera latex

Be careful not to confuse the gel of Aloe vera with the juice of Aloe vera (or latex). The gel has cosmetic and medicinal virtues, the juice or latex of aloe vera is a powerful laxative: it contains antraquinone glycosides (aloines), elements that produce highly laxative effects.

The juice should be extracted from the fresh pulp of aloe vera. To obtain this juice it is necessary to remove the skin of the leaf, to extract the pulp and to knead it. It should be consumed pure, mixed or diluted at the rate of one tablespoon for a glass of water or fruit juice.

When to choose aloe vera juice?
ALOVERA JUICE

Aloe vera juice is recommended to facilitate blood circulation, digestion, regulation of blood sugar levels. It helps a little to lose weight, speeding up the metabolism (but no miracle to wait). This juice allows you to benefit from the many nutrients contained in the leaves of aloe vera.

Aloe gel is the most practical form for the applications but also to consume as it is with the spoon or mixed with honey . Aloe vera gel contains more phyto-elements than aloe juice. In addition to its cathartic qualities, the aloe gel contains anthroglucosides that cleanses the body of toxins, including residues that adhere to the walls of the intestine.

The aloe vera gel is recommended against laryngitis and sore throat, especially in gargle. Against sore throat, keep your aloe vera in the refrigerator.

Enzymes make it a great controller functions digestive and intestinal ... The aloe gel is beneficial to the intestinal bacterial flora, and is indicated in cases of ulcers, heartburn related to hormonal conditions or gastrointestinal Enteritis .

Aloe vera gel is useful against diarrhea due to gastroenteritis, influenza or tourism. The aloe vera gel is a bactericide.
It is a powerful intestinal antiseptic, recommended in case of obstinate constipation and congestion of the liver. By stabilizing the disturbed intestinal flora, it relieves the problems of flatulence, rebalances digestive problems gently (gastritis, oesophagitis, ulcers, irritable colon ...):
Finally, a regular dose of aloe vera gel can significantly relieve as an adjunct therapy against diverticulitis , colitis, Crohn's disease, and colic.

Do not consume the aloe vera gel directly extracted from the plant without knowing what was the extraction process. Not filtered , it secretes indeed a yellowish substance a little toxic that must be purified to obtain a gel that will not trigger you of colic.

Aloe vera in the kitchen

Aloe verra can be used to decorate desserts, yogurts, or drinks, but also natural seasoning for foods in salads, for example.

How to choose aloe vera?

Aloe vera is easy to find either in organic stores, pharmacy or parapharmacy. But we must be very careful because there are very variable qualities.

The mode of extraction is decisive and must respect the delicate mucilage of the aloe plant (aqueous substance secreted by the aloe).

In addition, the use of preservatives, including citric acid, adversely affects the intrinsic properties of the plant. Our advice: it is better to use products with aloe whose shelf life is short, but with a method of manufacturing and preserving the properties and qualities of the plant.




Note on aloe vera

Avoid aloe vera during pregnancy and breastfeeding and do not offer it to children under six years of age.

When buying, always prefer an organic product bearing the IASC certificate and containing a high percentage of aloe vera: it will be more effective. Also check its packaging which must allow a perfect preservation of the properties of the product.




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