What are the benefits of Aloe Vera?

Aloe Vera offers many health benefits and the plant is used for both external and internal applications. Over two thousand years ago, the Greek scientists regarded Aloe Vera as the universal health remedy. The Egyptians called Aloe “the plant of immortality.” Today, the Aloe Vera plant has been used for various purposes in dermatology. The gel acquired from the leaf is helpful for treating various skin ailments such as dermatitis, burns and other skin disorders.

The key to its benefits lies in the undiluted pure product which can be purchased from me.  A major action of Golden Aloe Vera juice is to increase the activity and effectiveness of the immune system (Strickland et al 2004).  There have now been many publications confirming its anti-inflammatory activity (Davis 1997). Aloe inhibits the complex tissue events that accompany inflammation.  The result is that the pain, soreness, redness and swelling associated with tissue damage diminish more rapidly than would otherwise be the case.

There is some scientific evidence supporting the use of Golden Aloe Vera juice against peptic ulcers, IBS and Crohn’s disease and other related illnesses.  The immune system and the anti-inflammatory effects are almost bound to contribute to the improvement in digestive effects because the immune system is active within the gastrointestinal system and because many gastrointestinal symptoms are caused by inflammation.  The widespread claims for Aloe’s wider use for gastrointestinal symptoms suggest a real need for further research.