Benefits of Aloe
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The Miracle of Aloe Vera
The Benefits of Aloe Vera
Aloe Vera’s anti-inflammatory properties work just as well on the inside of the body as they do outside of the body, on the skin. Aloe Vera promotes the healing of bones and joints, reducing swelling caused by arthritis, in addition to healing internal tissue damage.
Aloe Vera can help fight bacteria and also has an anti-inflammatory effect. As a result, consuming Aloe Vera can lead to improved oral health. Aloe contains a broad spectrum of free amino acids, and free monosaccharides plus lupeol. Lupeol is a powerful pain killer found in the oil of the plant. (sap)
Immune System Benefits
The vitamins, minerals, and enzymes of Aloe Vera help the strengthening of the immune system, which not only helps battle existing viruses and diseases, but helps resist the contraction of new ones. Aloe Vera’s anti-bacterial and anti-fungal properties help sustain the immune system.
Aloe Vera is highly effective as an internal body cleanser. It detoxifies unhealthy cell matter in the stomach, kidneys, spleen, liver, bloodstream, and bladder. It has a cleansing effect that will help eliminate toxins in the intestines and aid purification of the blood. As a result of its detoxifying properties of the circulatory system, it will help produce a brighter complexion and improved skin tone.
Consuming Aloe Vera can aid in weight loss by ridding the colon of built-up matter. By encouraging the body to metabolize energy at a faster rate, Aloe Vera forces the body to draw on reserves of fat and carbohydrates. Using energy from these stores leads to more calories burned and a consequent reduction in weight.