Aloë Vera, the Healing plant
Aloe Vera is one of the oldest known medicinal plants. In ancient Greece, the doctors used the plant in their recipes, while the ancient Egyptians used the plant not only as a medicine but also as an elixir of life, for skin care and in embalming. They called this plant “The Plant of Immortality”.
Aloe Vera is a tropical cactus-like plant, a relative of the lily and onion-like plants, which grows in warmer climates. There are about 400 different types of Aloe, and the BARBADENSIS variant has undoubtedly the strongest effect.
In 1964 Dr. Bill C. Coats, a practicing pharmacist from Dallas, Texas, USA, a man who made a dream come true; make all the benefits of Aloe Vera accessible to millions of people around the world. Convinced that the “Gel” could be removed from the plant and used without losing its benefits, Dr. Coats studied the secrets of the plant’s chemical composition and doing what no one has ever done before. Removing and naturally stabilizing the gel while preserving its natural beneficial power. He accomplished this in 1968. Since then, new ways have been taken in the use of the stabilized Aloe Vera Gel, such as in medicine, sports, in the service of health and beauty, in cosmetics and in animal care.
The beneficial effect of Aloë Vera.
Aloe Vera is the toothbrush for our intestines.
- Supports digestion and intestinal flora, smooth bowel movements
- harmonizes, normalizes and detoxifies the digestive tract
- Boost our immunity
- Increases our bio-availability: better absorption of nutrients
- Increases our energy: metabolism
- suppresses inflammatory reactions
- Calms the nerves
- relieves pain in muscles, joints and tissues
- Fight against belly fat and obesity. Satisfaction feeling
Aloe Vera is the most hydrating, moisturizing plant, with a PH of 5,5. Aloe Vera penetrates the skin 4x faster and 7x deeper than water.
- Gentle treatment for acne, psoriasis, eczema, herpes: anti-inflammatory (salicylic acid)
- Reduces scars
- suppresses itching and burning sensation of wounds, insect bites or after touching nettles
- Reduced swelling, redness (burns)
- unique wound-healing
- Anti-aging plant (stimulates the production of collagen and elastin)
Healthy nutrients in Aloe Vera:
They have a cleansing and antiseptic properties. Saponins perform strongly as anti-microbials against bacteria, viruses, fungi and yeasts.
Lignin penetrate the toughened areas of the skin being beneficial for skin problems such as eczema and psoriasis.
vitamin A, B1, B2, B3, B6, B11 and B12, C, E, M, D, niancimanide & Choline (both are regulators of metabolism)
calcium, chromium, iron, zinc, potassium, sodium, manganese, magnesium, copper, phosphorus and sulfur
7 essential Amino Acids and 11 secondary amino acids
9 different enzymes, such as Bradykinase, Cellulase, creatine phosphokinase, lipase
MONO & POLYSACCHARIDES:
contains an average of 20% acemannan, a type of sugar with a strong antiviral effect that increases your natural resistance and strengthens your immune system.
Enjoy all the health benefits of Aloe Vera to the maximum and choose products of the highest quality.
Aloe Vera is being used in more and more food supplements and beauty products. Many of these products are too much diluted. Often a plant itself is treated incorrectly during the production process (heated, for example), so that much of its healing power is lost.
Therefore, choose products that were made through a cold stabilization process. This prevents the Aloe Vera product from tanning, so that the more than 200 nutrients that we find in it are preserved to the maximum. That’s the reason why I recommend the Aloe Products of Forever Living.