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Monday, September 1, 2014

USES OF ALOE VERA

MEDICINAL USE
Aloe vera has been used externally to treat various skin conditions such as cuts, treat first and second degree burns, and eczema. It is alleged that sap from Aloe vera eases pain and reduces inflammation. It has antiseptic and antibiotic properties which make it highly valuable in treating cuts and abrasions.
Aloe vera gel is useful for dry skin conditions, especially eczema around the eyes and sensitive facial skin. Aloe vera juice may help some people with ulcerative colitis, an inflammatory bowel disease.
Aloe has been marketed as a remedy for coughs, wounds, ulcers, gastritis, diabetes, cancer, headaches, arthritis, immune-system deficiencies, and many other conditions when taken internally. However, the general internal use is as a laxative.
The lower leaf of the plant is used for medicinal purpose. If the lower leaf is sliced open, the gel obtained can be applied on the affected area of the skin. As a medicine it is used as:


Protector of human immune system : The whole leaf extract galvanizes the cells of immune system. The phagocytes increase their scavenging activities, thus cleansing the body and kicking off a whole cascade of protective actions which strengthen immunity.
It is known that famous Egypt Queen Cleopatra made herself massaged with aloe vera to keep her skin fresh.
Improves digestive system
Aloe juice helps in digestive disorders. Constipation, diarrhea, indigestion, irritable bowel syndrome etc are cured by the flushing action. The deposits of toxins and unwanted substances in our diet which keep accumulating in intestines prevent the absorption of essential nutrients causing nutritional deficiency, lethargy, constipation, lower back ache. Aloe juice helps flush out these residues boosting the digestion and giving a greater feeling of well-being.
In arthritis: Being a stimulant to the immune system, a powerful anti-inflammatory, an analgesic and able to speed up cell growth, it repairs arthritis damaged tissue. While conventional allopathic treatment only relieves pain, Aloe helps in repair process by regenerating cells and detoxifying the affected area.
1In stress: Aloe Vera juice is just the thing to get our machinery smoothly and effectively going.
2In cancer: Aloe juice enables the body to heal itself from cancer and the damage done by radio and chemotherapy which destroy healthy immune cells crucial to the recovery.
3In diabetes: It lowers glucose and tri-glyceride levels in diabetic patients. Effects can be seen from the second week of the treatment. to lower the glucose level of a person with diabetes. However, Aloe Vera is yet to be proven as an treatment for the disease though it is to some extent administered for type2 diabetes. Despite many research findings prove the efficiency of Aloe Vera for hypoglycemia treatment; it is still necessary to perform more experiments to establish the plant’s effectiveness. It may help to lower down the glucose level which is the main cause associated with the disease.
Sometimes administration of Aloe Vera may result in sudden hypoglycemic condition in patients and more so if taken along with allopathic treatment. It always advisable to consult your medical practitioner before taking Aloe Vera as a solo drug in this era of personalizes medicine.
4In hepatitis: Extract of aloe juice has been shown to have beneficial effects on liver and alleviate symptoms considerably in chronic hepatitis patients.
5In heart disease: Addition of isabgol and Aloe Vera juice to the diet of patients of angina pectoris, results in marked reduction of serum cholesterol and tri-glycerides and increase in level of HDL.
6In AIDS: A daily dose of min. 1200mg. of active ingredients of aloe vera showed substantial improvement in AIDS symptoms. Says Dr. Pulse, Aloe is to an AIDS patient as insulin is to a diabetic.
7In Piles: Aloes have been found useful in piles, mixed in small quantities with sulphur. It is applied by natives externally in the form of lep -paste- in pleurisy A sweetmeat, halwa,is prepared from the pulp of the leaves and given in cases of piles, and apparently with very good effect
7In wound and skin disease: Aloe vera gel is excellent for easing first degree burns, relieves inflammation and accelerates healing. Aloe vera gel has anti-fungal, anti-bacterial and anti-viral effects and helps heal minor wounds. It lessens painful effects of shingles, reduces symptoms of psoriasis and eases heartburns and ulcers.
9Ayurvedic Medicine: Aloe is used as important Ayurvedic medicines. It is used in
10Jaundice - A few drops of aloe juice is installed in the nostrils to control jaundice.
Liver disorders - Aloe juice with turmeric powder should be taken twice a day.
11Difficult urination - Continuous diluted aloe juice should be taken time to time to alleviate this condition.
12In wounds - Boil aloe leaves and takes the fleshy part of the inside of the leaves to use as a poultice over wounds.
As a cosmetic - Aloe is one of the best known moisturizers and used in creams and shampoos.
Also used as organic manure in agro field.
Aloe Vera is the species of the succulent plant and has thick fleshy stems with spiny leaves. The fleshy stem contains the Aloe Vera juice which is used for various purposes since the beginning of the first century as an excellent home remedy. The juice and the gel are used in every medicinal, cosmetic, heath treatment and also in your regular diet.

The aloe Vera juice and the gel are powerhouses of antioxidants, antibiotics, work as stimulator of cell growth and and have scar and pain inhibitor properties. They are rich in the following vitamins and minerals.

1.       
Calcium
2.       
Sodium
3.       
Iron
4.       
Potassium
5.       
Manganese
6.       
Zinc
7.       
Folic acid
8.       
Vitamins A, B1, B2, B6, C, E
9.       
Amino acids

Aloe Vera Gel

Aloe Vera Gel is the colourless mucilaginous gel obtained from the parenchymatous cells in the fresh leaves of Aloe vera (L) Burm.
Aloe vera gel has earned a reputation as a miracle drug. It is effective in burn treatment, because of its anti-inflammatory and wound-healing properties. Its healing properties may be due to rehydrating, insulating and protective activities resulting from the high water content. The major constituents are polysaccharides (mainly acemannan), lectins, sterols and enzymes, and the effect is assumed to be a synergy between the polysaccharide base and various components. In addition, acemannan has shown immune stimulating, anticancer and antiviral effects. The use of the gel has been approved in the United States for treatment of leukaemia in cats, of fibrosarcoma in dogs, for wound healing in humans and to prevent dry socket (‘alveolar osteitis’) in humans.

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