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The Particular important uses of Aloe Vera supplements

The Particular important uses of Aloe Vera supplements

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 ==== ====Have a look at this for all the latest infohttp://tinyurl.com/7wel6b9 ==== ====Aloe vera is an extraordinary plant and is possibly the most widely used plant for skin applicationsin history, assisting with natural healing and skin regeneration. Often referred to by scientists asthe "medicine plant", Aloe vera has been used for centuries to care for and soothe the skin. It isthe Aloe 'barbadensis' or Aloe vera (meaning 'true' Aloe) plant which has the best and most clearlyresearched health promoting properties. Aloe vera, or commercial products containing aloe, isfound in most American households. Aloe vera gel is widely used for the treatment of various skinconditions. Aloe-containing creams, gels, and ointments are used for minor burns, sunburn, cutsand abrasions, wounds, and frostbite. Aloe gel is also found in many shampoos, soaps,sunscreens, skin creams and other cosmetics that are used to soothe, heal, protect, andmoisturize the skin. Aloe vera is a stemless perennial evergreen plant belonging to the lily family. It is thought to haveoriginated from northern Africa and the Arabian Peninsula. Today it is widely cultivated insouthern Texas, Mexico, and coastal Venezuela. Aloe gel is a mucilaginous gel obtained fromsplitting open the center of the succulent leathery leaves of the aloe vera plant. It is this gel insidethe leaves, which is Aloe vera's lifeblood that is rich in many nutrients and water. It is thestorehouse of over 100 minerals, enzymes, vitamins, lipids, amino acids and other activecompounds - some of which are exclusive to Aloe vera, that give this plant a wide array of naturalhealth applications, which often seem too good to be true. The gel from the inner core of the leaf isrich in glucomannans and other polysaccharides. Recent studies have shown that aloe vera gel facilitates the healing of wounds and damaged skintissue. It can decrease the redness and swelling associated with a burn. The gel also preventsskin damage resulting from exposure to ultraviolet radiation associated with direct sunlight.Applying aloe gel several times a day causes the redness of sunburn to disappear within a day ortwo without the skin peeling off. In addition, a cream containing aloe gel has been found to beeffective in treating frostbite injury. Topical use of a cream containing 0.5 percent aloe vera extractthree times a day for four weeks has been shown to provide a high cure rate of the skin lesions inpsoriasis patients. Further research suggests that aloe vera gel may also provide mild analgesicand anti-inflammatory effects. To date, there are no known adverse reactions or side effects withthe topical use of aloe gel. Aloe vera is a very popular herbal remedy. The gel obtained from the center of the leaves of aloevera provides useful healing qualities. The external application of the gel provides simple relieffrom common skin problems. On the other hand, the yellow juice from the outer margins is apotent laxative. The two extracts of the plant should not be confused. In combination with Choraphor (and other therapies), Aloe vera gel can help to speed the healing
process of an outbreak by soothing and regenerating the skin. Use of Aloe vera is highlyrecommended to assist in rapid repair of the skin and to promote new cell growth. For best results,it should be applied after the infection has 'closed over' or once the lesion has formed a crustinglayer (scab). Aloe vera gel is extremely safe and is non-toxic to skin and mucous membranes. Thismeans that the gel can be safely digested, although it has a very bitter, unpleasant taste, orapplied to otherwise sensitive areas such as the lips, inside of the mouth, the gums, nostrils andgenital areas (including the anus). In addition to helping herpetic viral lesions, Aloe vera gel maybe helpful when applied to aphthous ulcers, canker sores, and cracks occurring at the corners ofthe lips. Gum abscesses are also often soothed by applications of Aloe vera. Many people have experienced the healing powers of the Aloe Vera plant when applied topicallyto a cut or burn. Research shows us there are five natural occurring anti-inflammatory agents thatexist along with growth factors located in the plant. They work together quickly to relieve painsensations, reverse scarring and speed healing miraculously! The healing magic of drinking AloeVera is also supported through scientific research and ancient writings of traditional use of theplant. First and foremost Aloe Vera is classified as an herbal bitter. The bitter portions of the plantalso known as anthraquinones are located just under the outer leaf. So if you drink the Whole LeafAloe Vera Juice Concentrate - still containing the bitter yellow sap as nature provides in the plantitself - you will receive this wonderful digestive bitter. Be aware that products that state theyremove aloin and aloe emodin are void of the bitter properties from Aloe Vera. The exceptionalsoothing and rejuvenating properties of Aloe vera is attributed to so many factors. The Aloe veragel forms a unique barrier on the skin which "seals in" essential nutrients and moisturizers, whilestill allowing it to breathe normally. Also, Aloe vera is "Biogenic" which is defined as 'lifegenerating' or having the biochemical capacity to generate new life. Being biogenic, Aloe vera gelassists in growth stimulation and penetrates deep below the many layers of skin, caring for andnourishing the skin from the inside out. Aloe vera helps to stimulate cells known as 'dermalfibroblasts' which increase the synthesis and deposition of collagen and elastin, required by theskin to restore and maintain itself. Skin health is achieved through addressing two crucial factors. First an individual must optimizehow the body works. Second an individual must maximize the body to build healthy lining cells thatcover the body on the inside and out. Several areas must be implemented for success whenrebuilding the health of the skin. These include daily nutrition, drinking water, optimizing digestion,correcting constipation and liver functions, exercise and balancing the immune system. Along withthis, use of the ancient herb Aloe Vera speeds the regenerative process for healthier skin faster.No wonder, it has been termed as "Healing Plant". Also, it is being used extensively in soapmaking process. Peter Salazar's source for quality supplements is http://www.utopianaturals.com To go directly to this skin product go here:http://utopiasilver.com/products/supplements/skincare.htm All products have a MONEY BACK GUARANTEE! 

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