Alone Vera is a plant that is well known around the world. Ancient Egyptians called it the “immortality plant”, while among the Native Americans it was known as the “heaven wand”.

This plant is very useful in treating burns and cuts, but it can also do miracles when taken internally.

It contains  over 200 biologically active phytochemicals like enzymes, amino acids, vitamins, minerals, polysaccharides, and minerals that promote nutrient absorption.

According to the Journal of Environmental Science and Health studies, Aloe Vera possesses strong antifungal, antiviral and antibacterial properties that aid the immune system to cleanse the toxins and pathogens.

Nutritional profile of Aloe Vera

  • Enzymes

This plant has the key  enzymes such as amylase and lipase that aid digestion by breaking down fat and sugar molecules and in particular Bradykinase, which reduces inflammation.

  • Vitamins

Aloe Vera is abundant in vitamin B12. This vitamin is needed for red blood cells production. The plant is also rich in vitamins A, B1, B2, B3, E, C, B6, choline, and folic acid.

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  • Amino acids

20 of the 22 crucial amino acids in the body are found in the Aloe Vera, along with salicylic acid (which is the natural alternative to Aspirin), that battles inflammation and bacteria.

  • Minerals

This plant is also high in minerals, including iron, copper, potassium, zinc, potassium, calcium, selenium, chromium, magnesium, sodium, manganese, which together improve the metabolic pathways.

  • Uses of Aloe Vera

The Aloe Vera has the ability to purify the blood, flush out toxins from the  colon, liver, kidneys, stomach, bladder, and spleen. It can also help with other conditions such as constipation, indigestion, ulcers, gut inflammation, and upset stomach.

Aloe Vera is also beneficial in the treatment of arthritis, in eliminating plaque and treating canker sores.

How to consume Aloe Vera

You can prepare an Aloe Vera juice from the leaves, or buy it from healthy food stores. But, make sure it is 100% natural. Drink the juice right away or add it to your juices or smoothies.

Source: www.healthy-life-box.com

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Alone Vera is a plant that is well known around the world. Ancient Egyptians called it the “immortality plant”, while among the Native Americans it was known as the “heaven wand”. This plant is very useful in treating burns and cuts, but it can also do miracles when taken...