Wednesday, May 11, 2011

benefits of aloe vera

African Plants named Latin, Aloe vera holds many benefits. You can use it directly or manage it for: 

* Overcoming dermatitis 
Dermatitis often appears, for example due to X-ray at the time of operation, exposure to sunlight for too long or injury due to trauma. Many experts who rely on liquid (gel) taken from the flesh of aloe vera leaves to deal with complaints / disturbances. 

* Treating bowel injury 
This happens because the food intake of control or too frequently eat "hard" is too stimulate gastric acid. Consumption of aloe vera is believed to heal the wounds of the intestine because they contain substances that saponins are able to clean the intestines as well as an antiseptic. Antrakuinonnya compounds function as antibiotics, and other substances to function perform the role of epithelialization or stimulate the growth of skin tissue from new cells. 

* Caring for skin 
Aloe vera is also moisturize the skin. Efficacy has been known since the time of Cleopatra. No wonder that almost 70% of cosmetic products at that time was the essence of aloe vera gel. Lignin they contain substances believed to penetrate at once to seep into the skin and resist the loss of fluid from the skin surface. Thus the skin so it does not dry quickly while moisture is maintained. 

* Curing disease subscription 
Who would have thought that the aloe vera was able to overcome a variety of subscription disease in children and adults, including fever, stomach pain / ulcer, constipation, hemorrhoids, ulcers, cough, sore throat, thrush, rashes, insect bites, and even eliminate acne and erode black stain on the face. 

* Helps the body's metabolism and cell regeneration 
Enzyme content of cellulose, amylose, protein and biogenic simulators is the active substance can help the metabolism and stimulate growth and regeneration of skin cells. 

CONTENT vital substances 

A row of the benefits of aloe vera to invite many people to do various studies. One was the Office of Food Crops of West Kalimantan Province in 1998. As a result, aloe vera store proved vital substances such as vitamins A, B1, B2, B3, B21, C, E, choline, inositol, and folic acid. 

Minerals are calcium, magnesium, potassium, sodium, iron, zinc, and chromium. The content of enzymes, including amylase, catalase, cellulose, carboxypeptidase, carboxyhelolase, and brandykinase which are all very important for the metabolism of the body. Aloe vera also appeared to have the content of various amino acids, namely arginine, asparagine, asparatic acid, analine, serine, valine, glutamate, threonine, glycine, lycine, yrozine, proline, histidine, leucine, and isoliucine. 


Since in 1522 BC, in Egypt, aloe vera has been used to relieve redness of the skin disorders as well as the healing of infected wounds. Similarly, in Indonesia. Use of Aloe vera has been made since tens or even hundreds of years ago, mainly to overcome the loss at once melebatkan and discolor hair. 
Almost all parts of the aloe vera plant is useful. How to use simple. Cut the aloe vera from a tree and then split to remove mucus. 

* The coating of leaves can be used directly for the maintenance of skin, either manually or after being processed in the form of extract. 

* Exudate or sap of leaves can be cut out when the leaves are used for hair care and wound healing. Complaints ulcers, thrush, rashes, insect bites, even acne and black spots on the face can be treated simply by applying aloe vera mucus. 

* Gel or slimy part obtained by slicing the inside of the leaf after the exudate was issued, is cool and pleasant.

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