Aloe vera: the 5 benefits you don’t expect

Aloe vera: the 5 benefits you don’t expect

Aloe Vera, there are those who take it to have a hydrated, clean and purified skin, those to soothe heartburn and facilitate digestion, those to promote intestinal transit, those to periodically detoxify, those to always stay young, who to keep the incidence of sugars at bay… .but then what is aloe vera for?

Aloe vera: the 5 benefits you don't expect

Aloe vera , whose botanical name is Aloe Barbadensis Miller is a real panacea both for internal use, the juice , and for external use in gel.

We should get used to integrating aloe vera into our habits : some intake cycles are indicated above all in the changes of seasons, when our body experiences the stresses of change and adaptation, but also when we are undergoing pharmacological treatments, such as antibiotics, so useful, indeed sometimes indispensable, but also harmful.

What are the benefits we can get from taking Aloe Vera regularly ?

Many … and the interesting aspect is that it “invades” our organism and benevolently permeates many districts . Let’s see the main bernefici in detail.

1. Aloe Vera: a beneficial anti-inflammatory

Gastritis ? Colitis ? Aloe Vera is an excellent anti-inflammatory remedy, thanks to its mucilaginous component: in particular acemannan , a mucopolysaccharide forms a protection around the gastric and intestinal mucosa, against acids and fermentative combinations that irritate the stomach and intestines. It is therefore useful in case of gastric ulcer , gastroesophageal reflux.

Regulates intestinal transit, facilitates peristalsis, hydrates and disinfects the intestine .

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2. Aloe Vera: a beneficial detoxifier

Aloe Vera acts on the metabolism of fats, sugars, on the processes that regulate our liver , facilitates digestion , contributes to natural intestinal transit.

It is an effective detoxifier and its beneficial effects also reverberate on the skin , giving it a clean, luminous, compact appearance. Provides an effective contribution to the elimination of heavy metal residues in the body.

It has a hypoglycemic action and is therefore indicated for patients with non-insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus, but is also giving important results in patients with insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus.

3. Aloe Vera: a beneficial immunostimulant

Regularly drinking 20ml a day of Aloe Vera improves the immune response : in fact, thanks to the presence of Acemannan, a polysaccharide contained in Aloe, the production of macrophages in the blood and interferon is stimulated.

The body is thus strengthened with a natural shield against viruses and bacteria and is ready to face the harshest seasons or the most demanding changes.

4. Aloe Vera: a beneficial antioxidant

Long life elixir? Who knows … what is certain is that it counteracts the formation of free radicals . In other words, it fights cellular aging, thanks to the presence of manganese, copper, selenium, and vitamins such as C , E , B2 and B6 .

Aloe Vera stimulates the formation of collagen and can be considered to all intents and purposes an anti- aging superfood.


5. Aloe vera: a beneficial healing agent

For topical use , aloe gel is a powerful healing agent . In fact, Acemannan by stimulating the production of fibroblasts reactivates collagen and stimulates its increase.

In this way the skin is re-epithelialized faster . It is highly moisturizing, also ideal in case of burns, scalds, or excessive sunbathing.


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