What Makes Aloe Vera Important?

Aloe Vera, a short-stemmed succulent plant species, is commonly known for the hydrating gel it produces and stores in its leaves. It has known to be around for centuries; today, the plant is used in food supplements, cosmetics & skincare, herbal and medicinal remedies. 

It can be consumed in the form of a juice and used as a gel too. We have put together a list of benefits of this versatile plant, which may inspire you to incorporate it into your daily routine or make you want to increase your consumption of it! 

  • Contains antioxidants and antibacterial substances
  • Extremely nutritious: it contains vitamin B12, calcium, copper, chromium, sodium, selenium, magnesium, potassium, zinc and manganese in small amounts.
  • Cures wounds and cuts at a faster rate
  • Maintains the digestive system
  • Keeps the liver healthy
  • Heartburn relief
  • Reduces dental plaque
  • Reduces constipation
  • Reduces acne
  • Reduces dry scalp
  • Hydrates skin thoroughly: it relieves you from sunburns, reduces dryness, protects you from UV rays, acts as a light-weight moisturizer, makeup primer and remover.

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