In the world, there are two hundred and forty varieties of
aloe vera. A member of the Lily family,
the Aloe plant also has many cacti like qualities. Of the two
hundred and forty types of Aloe, four have nutritional value to humans. One variety, the Aloe Barbedensis Miller variety, contains a staggering
amount of nutritional value.
This plant contains over 70 nutrients, 20 minerals, 18 amino acids,
and 12 vitamins. These nutrients are all located within the inner gel, and not in the less tasty
rind. Many products have flooded the market claiming to be pure aloe vera drinks designed to deliver these
nutrients to the drinker’s body effectively and without delay or bad taste.
Aloe Vera drinks address a variety of situations and
factors. Some aloe Vera drinks combine the power of aloe with
additional nutrients to target eye health. These drinks
provide the optimal daily intake of all of the nutrients essential to eye health in one easy to swallow
drink. Some combine the powers of allow with the minerals most
notably connected to join health to maintain mobility and joint movement.
These drinks are often marketed towards arthritis sufferers who would
prefer an organic and holistic response to their condition. A popular version of the Aloe Vera drink
promotes healthy gastrointestinal health. This drink capitalizes on Aloe’s effective capacity to urge bowel
movements with minimal discomfort.
In addition to its uses internally, Aloe
Vera has been used for centuries to aid in the process of healing on the skin. Aloe Vera is a common burn remedy because it promotes skin regeneration
as it cools the sting or bite of a burn. Gels of Aloe Vera are
marketed specifically for burns and sunburns, but they can also relieve skin irritations as well as other mild
ALOE VERA is found
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