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What are the Benefits and uses of aloe vera ??

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Asked by zohra imam, 01 Feb '11 04:02 pm
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Aloe vera juice one of the most important extracts of the Aloe vera plants. This is the most used Aloe vera products. Aloe vera juice benefits are talked world wide and millions are giving reviews that Aloe vera juice are really helpful for them and there are many benefits of Aloe vera juices.

Various forms of Aloe vera juices are available in the market and one can buy the aloe juice from the market and enjoy the Aloe vera juice benefits. It has various medical and cosmetic benefits which can be easily seen and discussed. That the reason Aloe vera juices are so much prevalent and popular in the market. Aloe vera juices are used in number of lotions, creams, gels and shampoos. People can also take aloe juice as diet supplement or directly.

since Aloe vera juice is mixture of almost 70 ingredients in which the prime ingredients are minerals, enzymes, proteins, amino acids, vitamins and polysaccharides which make them highly beneficial and you
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Answered by LIPSIKA, 01 Feb '11 04:06 pm

 
  
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Aloe vera, also known as the true or medicinal aloe, is a species of succulent plant that, it is presumed, originated in the southern half of the Arabian peninsula, Northern Africa, the Canary islands, and Cape Verde. Aloe vera grows in arid climates and is widely distributed in Africa, India, and other arid areas. The species is frequently cited as being used in herbal medicine. Many scientific studies of the use of aloe vera have been undertaken, some of them conflicting. Despite these limitations, there is some preliminary evidence that Aloe vera extracts may be useful in the treatment of wound and burn healing, minor skin infections, Sebaceous cyst, diabetes, and elevated blood lipids in humans. These positive effects are thought to be due to the presence of compounds such as polysaccharides, mannans, anthraquinones, and lectins. Description Aloe vera is a stemless or very short-stemmed succulent plant growing to 60100 cm (2439 in) tall, spreading by offsets. The leaves are thick a ...more
Answered by ankit shivam, 01 Feb '11 04:06 pm

 
  
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Aloe vera juice one of the most important extracts of the Aloe vera plants. This is the most used Aloe vera products. Aloe vera juice benefits are talked world wide and millions are giving reviews that Aloe vera juice are really helpful for them and there are many benefits of Aloe vera juices.
Answered by Quest, 07 Sep '13 03:18 am

 
  
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Drinking aloe vera juice is the ultimate healthy habit, as it seemingly aids in weight loss, digestion, immune function, and even easing general discomfort. But when you look beyond the first 40+ search results (all of the sites that list the amazing benefits of aloe vera juice just before they sell you an ongoing monthly supply), its a different, more accurate story.

What is interesting about aloe vera juice is that despite the huge marketing push to educate people on its benefits, there is very little scientific data to support its use in humans. Whats more, some of the toxicity research done in animals is alarming.

Information regarding aloe veras use dates back nearly 5,000 years to early Egyptian times. It has since been used both topically and orally. Aloe vera gel, found when you break open the green leafy skin, is often used topically to treat burns, abrasions, psoriasis, and other skin conditions. Aloe vera juice, primarily produced from the green outer leaf, was used as ...more
Answered by saranathan Narasimhan, 23 Feb '13 03:19 pm

 
  
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Aloe vera is the most impressive herb of them all. (Garlic would be a close second.) There is nothing on this planet that offers the amazing variety of healing benefits granted by aloe vera. In a single plant, aloe vera offers potent, natural medicine that:

Halts the growth of cancer tumors.
Lowers high cholesterol.
Repairs "sludge blood" and reverses "sticky blood".
Boosts the oxygenation of your blood.
Eases inflammation and soothes arthritis pain.
Protects the body from oxidative stress.
Prevents kidney stones and protects the body from oxalates in coffee and tea.
Alkalizes the body, helping to balance overly acidic dietary habits. ...more
Answered by Ataur Rahman, 18 Feb '13 01:47 pm

 
  
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Answered by kamal purohit, 01 Feb '11 04:04 pm

 
  
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Aloe vera, also known as the true or medicinal aloe, is a species of succulent plant that, it is presumed, originated in the southern half of the Arabian peninsula, Northern Africa, the Canary islands, and Cape Verde. Aloe vera grows in arid climates and is widely distributed in Africa, India, and other arid areas. The species is frequently cited as being used in herbal medicine. Many scientific studies of the use of aloe vera have been undertaken, some of them conflicting. Despite these limitations, there is some preliminary evidence that Aloe vera extracts may be useful in the treatment of wound and burn healing, minor skin infections, Sebaceous cyst, diabetes, and elevated blood lipids in humans. These positive effects are thought to be due to the presence of compounds such as polysaccharides, mannans, anthraquinones, and lectins. Description Aloe vera is a stemless or very short-stemmed succulent plant growing to 60100 cm (2439 in) tall, spreading by offsets.
Answered by aflatoon, 03 Oct '13 11:56 am

 
  
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