Aloe Vera is loaded with antioxidants and vitamins, and has the power to help our bodies in numerous ways, especially if we consume it as a beverage.
Direct application to the skin helps:
Heal burns from UV exposure
Treat herpes (genital or labial)
Stimulate hair growth
Prevent the formation of stretch marks during pregnancy
Cure dermatitis caused by diapers in babies
Oral consumption can cure or improve:
OTHER BENEFITS OF ALOE VERA
Different studies suggest that it can prevent or help cure forms of cancer and AIDS, due to the positive action it exerts on the immune system. The important thing in these cases is to consume the fresh plant directly and not the commercial preparations.
The most popular use of aloe is for the treatment of acne, as it allows the tissues to regenerate from the inside out, absorbing excess oil.
2. Cellulite and stretch marks
Aloe vera is ideal for fighting cellulite because it cleanses and eliminates the toxins that cause it. Although, specialists remember that it must be combined with exercise, water and a balanced diet. In addition, aloe helps to repair skin tissues and restore collagen that has broken down when stretch marks appear.
3. Insect bites and bites
In these situations, aloe is a great ally, as it relieves and helps reduce inflammation immediately. It also has a repellent effect that avoids being bitten by insects.
4. Tired feet
When we find our feet tired from being on our feet for many hours or with pain due to other factors, they recommend placing our feet in hot water and massaging them with aloe vera products, because they are ideal for relieving pain due to their revitalizing effect.
Although it has always been considered a fairly safe plant, it is preferable to avoid its use or consumption while pregnant or during lactation. Diabetics and kidney patients should also be cautious with its use.