Digestion And Aloe Vera
For centuries, men and women from cultures from around the world know about the healing properties of aloe vera. Throughout the Americas aloe has been one of the best topical treatment for burns, rashes, and various skin diseases. But aloe is also very healthy natural food. Many cultures have included aloe as part of their daily diet. The Chinese have used it as an aphrodisiac, in Trinidad it is used for jaundice, and in Africa aloe is the cure for headaches. Native Americans used aloe to eliminate, and in Korea, aloe is used to increase energy and endurance.
Most people agree that aloe looks like a cactus, but a member of the lily or lily family of plants. Aloe is a special type of aloe, which is commonly used for its nutritional properties. It contains more than seventy-five nutrients! They include seven main sugar or twelve vitamins, eighteen amino acids and twenty minerals. Vitamins A, C and E, beta carotene, zinc, calcium, copper, phosphorus, magnesium, manganese and all included in aloe.
Many people have used aloe as an internal cleansing or detoxification agent, as a pain reliever for pain in joints and muscles, as well as an antibacterial support. Aloe is widely used to promote better bowel function, better working conditions, such as chronic constipation, hemorrhoids, colitis and other gastrointestinal (GI) conditions. New research shows that aloe can also be used to support our immune system.