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Health Benefits of Aloe Vera

Aloe Vera is a plant that has been used for thousands of years for its healing benefits. You may have heard of using aloe vera on your skin to soothe a sun burn, but that is only one of the great uses of aloe vera. Aloe vera is a wonderful source of the Vitamin B12. Most sources of B12 come from animal products, but aloe vera offers a vegetarian source of the important vitamin.

Not only does it contain B12 but several other minerals that are important for the health of our bodies. Aloe vera also contains calcium, protein, zinc, magnesium, vitamins A, and E, germanium, essential fatty acids and amino acids.

Health benefits of Aloe Vera
  • It has been studied around the world and results show that aloe vera offers wonderful support for our immune system and helps ward off illness of all sorts.
  • Aloe vera is a versatile plant that can be used both internally and externally, offering multiple benefits for the skin as well as for the inside of our bodies. 
  • The benefits of aloe vera have been broken down into three groups, including, anti-bacterial, anti-viral and anti-inflammatory. 
  • When used on the outside of the body, aloe vera can help cure many ailments dealing with the skin. Conditions of the skin that may benefit from the use of aloe vera are minor cuts, scrapes, burns, sunburns, razor burn, acne, dandruff, dry skin, eczema and psoriasis.
  • When taken internally in the form of a juice, aloe vera can offer even more rewards. Because the aloe vera is so rich in nutrients it is able to serve many purposes. 
  • Aloe vera helps the body release pepsin, which is the gastric juice enzyme that we need to digest our food. This helps conditions such as ulcers, irritable bowel syndrome, heartburn, constipation, colitis and any other digestive tract irritations.
  • Aloe vera also raises the white blood cell count which is a wonderful thing for people suffering from cancer and anyone that is trying to fight a virus, tumor or infection. For this reason it can help people fight off common colds, viruses or help those that have been battling a long term condition. 
  • Those with HIV or other diseases that cause the immune system to be weakened can benefit from taking high doses of aloe vera.
  • As with any new supplement you should try a low dose first to make sure you do not have an allergic reaction. The same applies for using aloe vera on the skin. Most people do not have allergies to aloe vera but you should always test a small amount on the skin to be sure you do not have a reaction before applying to a large area of the body. 
  • It is also recommended to talk to a medical professional or a dietician before taking aloe internally. This way you can find the right dose for you and make sure it will not react with any other medications you are currently taking. 
  • Aloe vera supplements are not recommended for women who are pregnant or lactating.
Aloe vera has been helpful in many other conditions as well. A lot of people that take aloe vera daily begin noticing an overall increase in energy. They also report that several of the health issues they have been dealing with start to lessen. Some of the other ailments that people have reported relief from include, kidney and bladder infections, yeast infections, leg cramps, insomnia, arthritis, asthma, clearing of intestinal parasites and hemorrhoids.


Aloe Vera and cancer

It“s only natural

A Mesopotamian Folk Remedy

Aloe Vera

Aloe Vera is a natural plant. The form you buy may be nearly 100 per cent natural. This natural compound was used in Egyptian times to fight skin problems and as a cancer treatment particularly for skin cancer, and one of its major benefits is its ability to soothe. It contains at least 6 natural ingredients which act as “anti-inflammatory agents“, reducing inflammation, one of the important precursors to cancer.

Aloe vera can fight cancer.

Dr Lawrence Plaskett, vice-chair of the Nutritional Council in the UK has stated that, "It is amazing in view of all the positive indications which exist for all the anti-cancer effects of Aloe Vera that no medical studies have been initiated in human cancer".

The US Department of Agriculture has however approved Aloe for the treatment of soft tissue cancers in animals (1992) as well as feline leukaemia; and Aloe is approved as an important component in European AIDS therapy where it has a powerful effect on the immune system and complements certain drug therapies.


Aloe“s first recorded use was in Mesopotamia in about 1500 BC. It was then favoured by both Egyptians and Greeks for the immediate treatment of burns, cuts, wounds, infections and even "parasites".

Aloe is a member of the lily family belonging to the group Xeroids, and grows in dry regions of Africa, Asia, Europe and America. There are 200 varieties of which four have nutritional value, the most common variety being Aloe Barbendis Miller.

The usual debate is about the relative merits of the whole leaf or the gel. Some companies claim the inner leaf has the most benefits whilst others claim the outer leaf and rind are the crucial elements. Whatever the debate, Aloe is very well researched. In fact it has almost so many benefits it is easy to feel many of these are overclaims - but they are not!

People in the West started drinking Aloe gel in the late 70“s as brands became available, with claims for nutritional, skin care and even weight loss benefits, It can also alkalise the body. However, recent years have seen biochemistry explain the various benefits of Aloe.

Active Compounds

What doesn“t Aloe have? Over 200 active compounds have been recorded including vitamins, amino acids, minerals, enzymes, polysaccharides, fatty acids and more. For example:
Polysaccharides and Glycoproteins - We have covered this group of compounds previously in ICON. In 1994 Gilman and Rodbell won a Nobel Prize for showing how G-proteins help cells send messages inside them. By 1999 Blobel had won one for showing how messages pass round the body and in 2001 Hartwell, Hunt and Nurse won one for showing how cell messages operate in growth, division and mistakes. Such signals can clean membranes and receptor site like the diabetes receptor site whilst others pass across membranes. Of particular importance is the way bacteria and viruses, for example bond to locations on membranes. The latter is inhibited by glycoproteins and polysaccharides.

The most potent potysaccharide in Aloe is Acetylated Mannose or Acemannan, which is used in European AIDS treatment, Dr Akira Yagi and team at Fukuyama have isolated a number of these polysaccharide, phenolic and chromone compounds and these are at the core of Aloe“s anti-viral, anti-bacterial and immune boosting powers. Large polysaccharide molecules from Aloe have been shown to produce Tumour Necrosis Factor in the body, shutting off the blood supply to tumours. Others increase Interferon and macrophage production and T-cell quantity. But in cancer patients T-cells look for clear distinguishing areas on cells to sort the good from the bad and normally only one in a thousand T-cells can actively spot a rogue cell. Aloe polysaccharides also appear to dramatically improve this ratio.

So it is quality, not just quantity, that improves!

Anti-inflammatory benefits - There are a number of active compounds which reduce inflammation and can thus help in conditions from arthritis to wound repair, acne and insect bites. Fatty Acids, like gamma-linoleic acid, reduce inflammation, allergic reactions, blood platelet aggregation and improve wound healing. Salicylic acid is commonly found as aspirin and since 1982 Nobel Prize winner Sir John Vane“s work on cellular environments we have known this can control excess prostaglandin production along with other negative factors. Gibberlin, sterols and the amino acids phenylalanine and tryptophan are also involved in anti-inflammatory processes and wound healing.

"Aloe can help blood and lymph circulation"

Other Benefits - Certain enzymes (Bradykininases) break down Bradykinin, which is a peptide substance causing increased vascular permeability. Aloe can help blood and lymph circulation. In wound healing Aloe doesn“t just inhibit acute inflammation (like steroids) but stimulates fibroblast growth to improve wound healing and block the spread of infection (Dr Robert Davis, University of Pennsylvania). Its content of vitamin C. E and zinc will help this process. Lignins can help detoxify the blood and intestine by binding chemically to fats, and finally anthraquinones (aloin, aloe-emodin, barbaloin) are cathartic.


Benefits of Aloe Vera

Aloe Vera: The Miracle Plant

Benefits of Aloe Vera

Everybody knows aloe vera is great for cuts and sunburns, even bug bites. It's been called the "First Aid" plant. Aloe vera's soothing gel inside the thick, succulent leaves is an incredible natural skin care "product." But what about the rest of the body: are there benefits for your insides too? Actually there are some very powerful benefits from the aloe vera plant. No one plant offers all the health benefits of the aloe vera plant.

Aloe vera is a semi-tropical succulent plant originally from North Africa, and now grown worldwide. It looks like a desert plant. Aloe vera is one of the oldest and most popular medicinal plants known to man. It's mentioned in ancient documents, including the New Testament, where it was used with other herbs for embalming!¹

What's In Aloe Vera That Makes It So Special & Valuable?

The aloe vera plant is constructed with the basic building blocks of life, including essential vitamins and minerals, proteins, polysaccharides, enzymes, and amino acids. (Some people drink aloe vera for physical endurance and stamina, instead of energy drinks!) The bulk of the aloe vera leaf is filled with gel, which is approximately 99% water. The other 1% contains over at least 75 known nutrients including 20 minerals, 12 vitamins, 18 amino acids, 200 active plan compounds called phytonutrients, enzymes and of course, water.

Benefits of Aloe Vera

The Benefits of Aloe Vera

Aloe vera's incredible effects upon the skin were "re-discovered" in the 70's and it became wildly popular. It's now used worldwide in just about every skin and hair care product imaginable. You see, aloe vera gel is an excellent skin moisturizer. It supplies oxygen to the skin cells which in turn increases the strength and synthesis of skin tissue. It rejuvenates the skin, hydrates it, and makes it flexible.

Aloe vera is a potent natural medicine - and there is more and more evidence to show its effectiveness in the treatment of some of the most serious diseases.² ³

  • Digestive Ailments
  • Inflammation
  • Cancer
  • Diabetes

Did You Know?

Aloe vera is one of the most powerful antioxidants to occur naturally. Many of today's most common diseases have been associated with a deficiency of antioxidants. Your antioxidant level is capable of determining your biological age, and even your expected lifespan! So, is it any wonder why people are seeking aloe vera and products made with the aloe vera gel?

What Other Things Can Aloe Vera Do?

Following is a list of only some of the uses of aloe vera. The research is ongoing and there may be more to come. But right now the healing powers of the phenomenal aloe vera plant is undeniable.

  • Aloe vera is an antioxidant and cancer fighter, especially colon cancer
  • Reduces and stops inflammation, both internally and externally
  • Oxygenates blood and energizes cells, hydrates skin and repairs skin tissue
  • Aloe vera heals internal digestive problems such as irritable bowel syndrome, constipation, acid reflux - cleanses the intestinal tract
  • Reduces risk factor for strokes and heart attacks by making "sticky" blood "unsticky," and boosts the oxidation of your blood, plus circulation
  • Alkalizes the body, helping to balance overly acidic dietary habits
  • Boosts cardiovascular performance and physical endurance
  • Stabilizes blood pressure and reduces triglycerides

There is undeniable evidence now from scientists and herbalists about the benefits of aloe vera³. They tell us only what our ancestors have known for centuries and passed on to succeeding generations. With today's technological advances, we know more about the dangers as well, and how to use aloe vera safely and effectively.


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