Aloe Vera (Aloe Vera) is natural herbal remedy - ingredient of Cranalon™, cleanses the body, supports the immune system, helps against allergies. improves skin condition

 

Aloe Vera - bowel movements. laxative, prevention diseases

 

Aloe Vera (Aloe Vera) - herbal remedy - is often called the 'miracle plant' or the 'natural healer', and has been used all over the world for more than 5000 years.


Aloe vera, also known as the medicinal aloe, is a species of succulent plant that probably originated in Northern Africa. Aloe vera grows in arid climates and is widely distributed in Africa and other arid areas. The species is frequently cited as being used in herbal medicine. There have been many scientific studies of the use aloe vera, some of it conflicting. Despite these limitations, there is some preliminary evidence that Aloe vera extracts may be useful in the treatment of diabetes and elevated blood lipids in humans. These positive effects are thought to be due to the presence of compounds such as polysaccharides, mannans, anthraquinones and lectins.


It was used in ancient Egypt (mentioned in Egyptian papyrus dated 1550 BC). Ancient Greeks admired its unique properties, but the cost of aloe was very high. Legend suggests that Alexander the Great conquered the island of Socotra in the Indian Ocean to secure supplies of Aloe to treat the battle wounds of his soldiers. Nowadays Aloe Vera is widely used for prevention of many diseases and for maintaining overall health.


Main Actions of Aloe Vera herbal remedy:

  • improves digestion, regulates the acidity of gastric juices
  • improves bowel movements, has mild laxative effect
  • cleanses the body, and helps in disease prevention (1)
  • helps in vitamin and mineral absorption
  • has anti-inflammatory, antiviral properties
  • supports the immune system, and helps against allergies
  • speeds wound healing, improves skin condition, its softness and elasticity (2)

Aloe Vera (Aloe Vera) is natural herb ingredient of Cranalon™


References

1. Atherton P. Aloe vera: magic or medicine? Nurs Stand. 1998 Jul 1-7;12(41):49-52, 54.
2. Grindlay D, Reynolds T. The Aloe vera phenomenon: a review of the properties and modern uses of the leaf parenchyma gel. J Ethnopharmacol. 1986 Jun;16(2-3):117-51.