Aloe Vera

Posted in Indoor Flowers

Since antiquity, Aloe Vera has been used in treating various diseases by people around the world for its beneficial effects on health and on beauty too. Aloe Vera accelerates and normalizes metabolism, intestinal villi regenerates and detoxifies the body. In addition, the plant is antiseptic, disinfectant, anti-inflammatory and may even stimulate cell regeneration.

Among its beneficial effects, there is the fact that it solves many health problems and it is able to heals many diseases and abnormalities. Aloe Vera nourishes, detoxifies, normalizes and promotes digestive tract absorption of food.

Due to its natural composition, the indoor plant, Aloe Vera keeps a healthy physiological state, creates the possibility to regenerate for the body. The immune system has a preventive effect on the body, being able to capitalize on the 240 active substances, according to his needs.

Apart from it, Aloe Vera is a plant about 1 m high, with 12-15 leaves broad, fleshy, weighing 700-1500 gr reaching each and every leaf. You can easily use it as an indoor flower, because it looks nice and it’s a source of health too.

There are also some cosmetics made from Aloe Vera. Ocean 21 is a very complex mixture consisting of eight marine algae and Aloe Vera, which has proven effective in treatment of many diseases. Silk and Shine Shampoo is a shampoo containing Aloe Vera that soothes the dry and irritated skin of the head, keeping your hair shine and giving it volume to look healthy. It also strengthens the hair roots and thus prevents its collapse. These products with Aloe Vera for treasure can be purchased in stores all around the world.

Aloe Vera grows mainly in subtropical areas, but is already known in many countries for the extraordinary therapeutic effects, thus being considered as a genuine natural product.
The plant has been used since antiquity, famous for its curative virtues. The ancient Egyptians called Aloe Vera even “plant of immortality” for its multiple healing effects.

Aloe Vera leaves contain the most valuable component of the plant, the famous Aloe Vera gel, rich in substances needed by the body: over 75 nutrients, 200 active compounds, 20 minerals, 18 amino acids and 12 vitamins. Instability of Aloe Vera gel sharp was a serious obstacle to its spread. In contact with air, it oxidizes quickly and within less than two hours it loses most of its active principles.

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