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Aloe Vera Drink Benefits

Updated on April 14, 2012

Aloe Vera Drink Benefits That Can Improve Your Health

There are many aloe vera drink benefits that have been shown to help improve your skin and overall well being. This is a miracle plant that has been commonly used for sunburn, insect bites and cuts. The gel is located in the thick leaves and is often used in natural skin care products.Not only is this plant good to treat ailments outside the body there are also many benefits for the inside of your body too.

Originally this plant came from North Africa and is a semi tropical plant. But today it can be grown worldwide. Aloe vera has powerful and healing properties as it contains the most important minerals, vitamins, amino acids, protein and enzymes. The aloe vera leaf holds approximately 99% of water with the 1% containing 75 nutrients and over 200 phytonutrients.

The major benefits of aloe vera is that it has powerful effects on treating skin and hair conditions. Many hair and skin products today contain this as their main ingredient. It is often used in natural products because it is a great moisturizer and provides sufficient oxygen to the cells in the skin.It also helps to make the skin more flexible and is very hydrating.

Aloe Vera Drink Benefits
Aloe Vera Drink Benefits

Benefits Of Aloe Vera Gel Or Juice

Researchers have also shown that it can also be effective in treating the most serious illnesses and diseases such as cancer, digestive problems, diabetes and inflammation. Because most diseases can be caused by a lack of anti oxidants, the aloe vera plant can help relieve many symptoms.

Here is a list of the benefits of aloe vera juice or gel:

  • Normalizes blood pressure
  • Helps increase circulation in the body
  • Reduces the risk of heart attacks and strokes
  • It can treat inflammation on the skin and internally
  • It can help repair skin cells and oxygenates the blood
  • Aloe vera can help reduce digestive problems like acid reflux
  • It helps alkalize the body
  • It is a powerful anti oxidant and can help fight colon cancer
  • Increases physical endurance
  • Kills fungi and bacteria
  • It can help calm the nerves
  • It can help reduce acne
  • Can help relieve symptoms of muscle strain and arthritis
  • Helps you lose more weight by assisting the liver to burn more fat
  • Helps relieve constipation

Before choosing a aloe vera product it is important that you do your research first, because this product is in high demand there are a lot of poor quality products around. Most of the products can be damaged by heat from over processing.Before purchasing read the labels to find out more about the potency and purity of the product. If you can purchase a aloe vera plant that has been grown organically this would be the best option.They are very easy to grow and do not need a lot of space, I recommend having a plant in your balcony or in your back yard. As you can see there are many aloe vera drink benefits and we should include it into our diet to gain better health.


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    • RTalloni profile image

      RTalloni 

      6 years ago from the short journey

      We are just beginning to add aloe vera to our diet again. Thanks for this overview.

    • learntolive profile image

      learntolive 

      6 years ago

      Like, YogaKat, I've used aloe vera either straight from the plat or in gel form to treat ailment outside of the body. This hub was very interesting! Voted up, interesting, and useful :)

    • YogaKat profile image

      YogaKat 

      6 years ago from Oahu Hawaii

      I live on the island of Oahu in Hawaii and aloe plants grow wildly in the ravine outside my lanai. We use them all the time for burns an insect bites.

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