Aloe vera. Worth taking it?

Aloe is a very popular medicinal plant used by food, pharmaceutical and cosmetic industries widely. Aloe vera gel or the tissue containing all the beneficial compounds is found inside the aloe vera leaves. All antioxidants, vitamins and minerals are present there in the aloe vera gel.

Aloe vera can be used in many ways like aloe vera juice, topical application on skin and can be incorporated in multiple drinks for enhancing its nutrition value.


1. Antiseptic properties: Aloe vera has antiseptic and antibacterial properties that is why it is used to heal wounds and skin conditions.

2. Promotes healing: Aloe vera can be applied on the skin to heal certain skin problems. People use aloe vera gel for healthy skin.

3. Treating mouth ulcers: Aloe vera helps in the healing process of mouth ulcers and pain associated with it.

4. Prevents signs of ageing: Aloe vera gel is well known for its beauty benefits. It promotes skin health by moisturing the skin and keeping it hydrated.

5. Reduces dental plaque: It helps by preventing the buildup of plaque thus preventing tooth deacy. It kills certain kinds of bacteria that lead to tooth decay.

6. Act as laxative: Aloe vera helps in treatment of constipation by acting as a laxative in the body. It has to be taken orally.

7. Effects on diabetes: Aloe vera helps in controlling the blood sugar levels low by improving the insulin sensitivity in the body

8. For treating skin conditions: Aloe vera is used to treat multiple skin conditions like acne, eczema etc.

9. Hydration: Last but not the least benefit of aloe vera is that it makes the skin hydrated as well as locks the moisture in the skin.

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