Aloe vera gel is a miraculous liquid obtained from the pulp of Aloe vera, the most universal herb on the planet.
This unique natural substance can replace many different products, whether cosmetic ones or from your home pharmacy.
It can be used both internally and externally.
The pulp of the plant contains a large number of beneficial substances, its effects are moisturizing, nourishing, regenerating, antibacterial, antifungal, soothing, anti-inflammatory, detoxifying, antioxidant, antiviral and analgesic (soothing pain). When used internally, it strengthens immunity, optimizes digestion, and helps with problems with the digestive system.
To accelerate healing
scars, stretch marks
skin fungal infection
hard and rough skin
Upper respiratory tract
inflammation of the middle ear
to strengthen immunity
to optimize digestion
hyperacidity of the stomach
perfuses the tissues
regulates blood sugar
while losing weight
External use - information, instructions
nourishes the skin
moisturizes dry skin, reduces oily skin
counteracts the symptoms of aging - keeps skin hydrated, which smoothes out (mitigates) fine wrinkles and reduces the formation of new ones
Procedure: Apply Aloe vera gel under commonly used cream, caring oil or butter
Tip: Aloe vera gel is also a wonderful shaving gel
Hair Care - For Regular Use
nourishes hair - ideal not only for dry and damaged hair - aloe vera gel is a strong hair conditioner that nourishes hair from root to ends. The result is striking, the hair is instantly shinier, more supple, firmer, less brittle, it falls out less and grows faster. This is thanks to the composition similar to keratin, a protein constituting 90% of hair, which strengthens the hair and improves its structure. Lignin helps keratin to easily penetrate the hair fiber. Combination of essential amino acids adds strength and shine.
helps to get rid of dandruff and seborrheic dermatitis - thanks to salicylic acid, which has antibacterial properties and the ability to work as an exfoliant
Procedure: Apply an adequate amount of Aloe vera gel to the hair all the way up to its roots, cover it with a disposable plastic cap (or plastic foil), wrap the hair with a towel to keep it warm and leave it for several hours or overnight.
The effect of this hair mask lasts for approximately for 2 weeks and can be applied as often as needed.
Tip: To make it easier (for conveniance), a small amount of gel can be rubbed into damp hair after each washing and no longer rinsed
Skin injury, skin problems
Gel from the leaves disinfects and moisturizes the skin, has anti-inflammatory and antifungal effect, soothes pain and directly supports the formation of new skin cells and blood flow to the affected area - which not only accelerates the healing, but also prevents scar formation. It has cooling effects and prevents blistering.
Procedure: Apply Aloe vera gel directly to the affected skin as needed
Aloe vera gel has anti-inflammatory effect and it is suitable to use it for all types of inflammation
Inflammation in the oral cavity
Procedure: Rinse your mouth regularly with Aloe vera gel
Inflammation of the joints
Procedure: Apply Aloe vera gel directly on the affected area
Inflammation of the middle ear, runny nose
Procedure: Drop Aloe vera gel directly into your ear or nose
Internal use - information, instructions
It is not recommended for pregnant and nursing women, during menstruation or when suffering from hemorrhoids.
After 6-8 weeks of regular use, a two-week break should be made.
Procedure: Take 1 gram of gel per kilogram of body weight per day. It can be divided into multiple doses. Apply before meals.
Boosting your immunity
Aloe vera prevents many bacterial and viral diseases.
It is a natural source of many vitamins and minerals and has a very positive effect on the immune system. The complex of active substances supports the proliferation of white blood cells, their increased activity and production of antibodies as well as production of the anti-inflammatory substance prostaglandin.
Aloe vera protects and cleanses the digestive system and optimizes digestion.
The mucopolysaccharides contained in aloe juice inhibit the growth of yeast, multiplication of viruses and unwanted bacteria, while protecting the mucous membranes of the digestive tract.
Also several enzymes contained in the juice help the digestion.
Accelerates metabolism. Lowers and stabilizes sugar levels, which makes you feel full for a longer time, B vitamins moderate appetite and prevent storing fat.
Due to its strong anti-inflammatory and antibacterial properties, it is effective in treating infections and inflammations.
Regulation of blood sugar
Aloe vera helps regulate blood sugar, restores the pancreas and increases the body's sensitivity to insulin – thus is effective in treating diabetes.
Aloe vera helps to optimize tissue perfusion, it can thus provide an effective help for those suffering from insufficient blood flow to the hands and feet – the Raynaud syndrome.
It has been shown that 90% aloe extract reliably destroys candida, all streptococci and staphylococci, 80% extract destroys Escherichia coli and 70% extract destroys pseudomonads, klebsiella, enterococci and bacteria of the genus Serratia.