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With its fleshy, fingerlike leaves, this Aloe vera herb, African-based member of the lily family is arguably one of the best known of all herbal remedies, with a reputation spanning at least the past 2,000 years. The succulent perennial grows in sandy soil in any dry, sunny place, including on windowsills. It is useful for cuts, scrapes, burns, and other minor skin injuries. Do not confuse aloe vera gel with products made from the juice of the dried inner leaves

Aloe vera herb grows throughout most of the warmer parts of the world. It has been used medicinally for thousands ofyears and has antiviral, antibacterial, antiinflamatory, moisturising and wound-healing effects. It also stimulates immunity, taken internally, it soothes gut irritation, aids healing and is laxative.

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When applied to the skin Aloe vera is used to treat burns, minor skin irritations and wounds. Internally it is used to treat constipation, peptic ulcers, diabetes, asthma and viral infections.

 

 

 
 
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