Benefits of Aloe Vera

Benefits of Aloe Vera……

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Hello friends πŸ˜€

Aloe Vera is used around the world for agricultural and medicinal purposes. It is also used for the purpose of decoration as it can be grown indoor as well.

Here are some benefits of Aloe Vera :-

Good for Skin

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Aloe Vera prevents premature aging of the skin, moisturizes skin, reduces acne and sunburn (due to its anti-inflammatory properties), lightens blemishes and gives glowing skin (due to its antioxidant properties), heals wounds and insect bites (because of its anti-allergen component) and also helps in reducing stretch marks.

Good for Hair

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Aloe Vera contains enzymes to get rid of dead skin cells and itchy scalp. the aloe vera gel is used for deep conditioning as it is equal to keratin. Aloe Vera promotes hair growth, reduces dandruff and maintains pH balance of the scalp.

Benefits Female Reproductive System

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Having a glass of Aloe Vera juice can help with painful periods. It also keeps your uterus healthy keeping the female hormones in level.

Helps in Weight Loss

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Aloe Vera contains antioxidants which stimulates metabolism. It has necessary proteins and collagen. Aloe Vera has natural laxatives and detoxifying properties for faster digestion. It has ample amount vitamins and minerals for weight loss. Aloe Vera also has amino acids, enzymes and sterols to help the functioning of the cell in a better way.

Increases Immunity

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Antioxidants present in Aloe Vera fights free radicals in the body which causes diseases. Enzymes present in Aloe Vera breakdowns proteins into amino acids which enables cells to function properly. Bradykinase in Aloe Vera stimulates immune system and kills infections. Aloe Vera also contains zinc which is very essential for boosting the immune system. Aloe Vera also produces nitric oxide and cytokines in our body.

Cures Constipation

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Aloe Vera sap relieves constipation but consuming excess leads to diarrhea. Anthraquinones present in the latex, a sticky yellow residue found just under the skin of the leaf, creates a potent laxative that increases intestinal water content, stimulates mucus secretion and increases intestinal peristalsis, which are contractions that break down food and mix the chyme. Aloe Vera contains a key compound known as aloin / barbaloin which helps in curing constipation.

Helps with Digestion

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Anti-inflammatory and laxative components found in Aloe Vera normalizes acid/alkaline and pH balance of the digestive system, lessens yeast formation, encourages digestive bacteria and regularizes bowel processing.

Treats Diabetes

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Aloe Vera enhances insulin sensitivity and helps improves blood sugar management. It also alleviates the chronic hyperglycemia and perturbed lipid profile that are common among people with diabetes.

Eases Heartburn and Acid reflux

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Anti-inflammatory property of Aloe Vera soothes the stomach lining and esophagus. It fights pathogens causing gastrointestinal problems. It also treats GERD (Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease).

Maintains Oral Health

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Aloe Vera contains vitamin C which blocks plaque, gives relief to bleeding and swollen gums and kills Streptococcus Mutans bacterium which produces plaque and yeast Candida Albicans. Aloe Vera helps reduce mouth ulcers and moisturizers gums giving a refreshing feel to the mouth.

Lowers Risk of Cancer

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Aloe Vera boosts immune system which indirectly fights against tumors. It helps in shrinking the size of the tumor and also increases the survival rate of cancer patients. Aloe Eurodin – a component present in the leaves of the Aloe Vera slowers the growth of breast cancer tumors.

So friends, go grab a pot of Aloe vera plant today and start consuming it to get the above benefits.

Stay healthy. Stay happy. πŸ˜€

 

 

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