How to use aloe?

Aloe vera plant is known for its healing properties. It is used both in cosmetology and in medicine. Scientists have found 75 useful substances in it, the most significant of which are lignin, anthraquinones, saponin, minerals (potassium, calcium, iron, manganese, sodium, chromium, magnesium, zinc, copper), vitamins (A, C, B1, B2, B3, B12, E), sucrose, amino acids, sterols and many others. Due to this wide composition of aloe vera is used to treat many diseases. However, it is important to know how to use aloe to maximize its healing effect.


Aloe vera is a natural antibiotic, it is used to clean the body of viruses, bacteria and fungi. Treatment with this plant gives an excellent effect for allergies, since aloe relieves the body's hypersensitivity to irritant. The plant has a positive effect on the body as a whole, normalizing metabolism, and improving immunity. Aloe juice is used to treat many diseases of the oral cavity, they are well treated stomatitis, and with angina will help diluted juice.The use of aloe in traditional medicine does not end there, the plant is well helps to speed up the healing process of wounds, because it completely disinfects them. Also, aloe helps to get rid of acne, ulcers, eczema, dermatitis. It is very effective to apply aloe on the place of frostbite and burns. For the digestive system it is helpful to take aloe juice, which normalizes it. Also, juice intake is indicated for chronic constipation and gastritis. The use of aloe juice inside relieves asthma, epilepsy, osteoarthritis, colitis, bursitis, glaucoma.


The use of aloe in cosmetology is also quite wide. This plant is actively used in many cosmetics. For example, aloe juice is added to hair care products, face creams and sunscreens. Beauticians recommend using fresh aloe vera juice to care for problem skin, which helps moisturize the skin and get rid of defects. Aloe vera juice slows down skin aging processes, quickly removes bruises and reduces scars.


It is worth knowing that with all its miraculous properties, aloe has contraindications.This plant should be excluded in the presence of diseases involving bleeding. These include gastric diseases with bleeding, hemorrhoids, and medication based on it should be excluded during menstruation. Doctors do not recommend to use aloe for diseases of the gallbladder and liver, cystitis.

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Many wonder how to eat aloe? To strengthen and enhance immunity, you need to mix half a glass of Cahors and fresh aloe juice, and a glass of natural honey. Insist in a closed glass container 4-5 days. Take 1 tablespoon three times a day before meals. This infusion increases appetite and has a cleansing effect.

For cardiovascular diseases and chronic inflammation of the kidneys, the following infusion will help. For it is necessary to grind 8 tbsp. l Aloe leaf and mix with 4 tbsp. l Oregano flowers and knotweed herbs and 3 tbsp. l of pharmaceutical chamomile flowers. Weight is to be mixed and brew 4 tbsp. l liter of boiling water. Infuse for 12 hours, after which the infusion must be filtered. Take it, it is recommended for half a glass an hour after eating.

Ice with aloe

In 100 ml of distilled water you need to add 15 ml of aloe gel.Mix thoroughly, then pour into ice molds and freeze. Perfectly relieves swelling and removes bags under the eyes. Relieves redness and eye fatigue. Can be used throughout the day, or immediately after waking up. As a rule, the effect of the use of such ice is visible immediately.

Problem skin should be wiped daily with a cotton swab dipped in aloe gel. This will have a wonderful antiseptic and bactericidal effect, narrow pores, help to reduce inflammation and redness.