Aloe Vera

• There have been mentions of the Aloe plant in the Rig Veda, which is the earliest book of natural medicine dating BCE 4,500 and BCE 1,600.

• Aloe Vera gel is widely used for skin treatments such as burns or bruises and are also consumed as a health drink. • Aloe Vera gel is widely used for skin treatments such as burns or bruises and are also consumed as a health drink. • Aloe Vera gel is widely used for skin treatments such as burns or bruises and are also consumed as a health drink.

• Aloe Vera produces at least six natural antiseptics, which are able to kill bacteria, funguses, and viruses. In fact, the plant is so powerful that researchers and scientists are looking into its potential as an AIDS and cancer-fighter.

• Major Health Benefits of Aloevera are:

a) Reduce cholesterol and triglycerides for a healthy heart

(b) Ease congestion, stomach ulcers, colitis, hemorrhoids, urinary tract infections and prostate problems.

(c) Drink to lower blood sugar levels—especially for diabetics.

(d) Drink AloeVera juice to relieve gastrointestinal disorders like indigestion.

(e) Reverse signs of aging skin and wrinkles