Benefits of Aloe Vera

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Aloe leaves are made up of three layers, the innermost being a gel containing the plant’s alleged beneficial properties. Today, the gel inside the aloe vera plant is used in skin care products, and it’s also consumed in its raw natural form for health benefits.

Reduces Inflammation and provides Antioxidants:

Vitamin C is another important component found in aloe vera it protects the body from cardiovascular disease, prenatal health problems, eye disease and even skin wrinkling. It also have vitamin E that is powerful antioxidants helps naturally slow the aging of cells. Aloe vera can also naturally treat acne and eczema since it helps the healing process in the skin. Bradykinin , also present in aloe vera, helps reduce excessive inflammation when applied to the skin topically.

Boost the Immune System: 

The Bradykinin in aloe vera stimulates the immune system and kills infections. Zinc is also an important component in aloe vera making it a great source to combat zinc deficiency  because it’s essential to maintain immune function.

Helps In digestion:

Aloe vera juice helps digestion, normalizes acid/alkaline and pH balance, lessens yeast formation, encourages digestive bacteria and regularizes bowel processing. Aloe vera has been used to soothe and heal stomach ulcers because it has antibacterial agents and natural healing properties that can restore the stomach lining back to health.

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