It’s no secret that Aloe Vera is one of the most powerful healing plants known to mankind, and thanks to its remarkable properties and benefits, the plant has been used for centuries. It even earned a nickname “the plant of immortality” which was given to it by the Egyptians, who praised it for the list of health benefits it had to offer.
While the Aloe Vera gel has been known to heal minor cuts and wounds, it can also be used to fight a large number of diseases and conditions, as it contains more than 200 amino acids, polysaccharides, minerals, enzymes, vitamins and can overall boost the immune system.
When freshly extracted, the Aloe Vera gel possesses some incredible powerful anti fungal and antibacterial agents and properties which can destroy microorganisms easily and help flush all toxins away from the body. It also strengthens the immune system, accelerates the metabolism and boosts the weight loss process. The gel also has enzymes such as amylase and lipase, which help the breakdown process of sugars and fats and reduce inflammation, preventing a series of health conditions.
In addition to this, the plant itself is loaded with vitamin B12, which is highly important for the production of red blood cells. This makes the plant perfectly suitable for vegetarians as well as vegans who lack this nutrient often due to the lack of meat in their diet. Aloe Vera is known for containing approximately twenty essential amino acids which the body needs to function properly, eliminate plaque from the teeth, and prevent and treat a large number of oral problems.
All in all, the gel works perfect when taken undiluted, however, many people prefer adding a bit of fruit juice to it, since otherwise it has a bitter taste. This gel can be found in most health stores, however, we suggest you extract it from your own plant. The plant on the other hand, can easily be grown at home, will help clean the air in your house, and provide you with a juicy supply of a wonderful gel.