6 Medicinal Benefits of Aloe Vera

by DailyHealthPost Editorial

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Aloe Vera is an incredible natural remedy that have internal and external applications.


With hundreds of active components that benefit your body, it can be an important and essential part of improving your health.

The benefits of Aloe Vera have been clear to humans for thousands of years.


Take a look at the recent research that demonstrates the benefits of Aloe Vera as a natural medicine and supplement.

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1. High in Vitamins, Minerals, Amino Acids and Fatty Acids

Aloe Vera is loaded with essential vitamins and minerals that provide health boosting benefits. You’ll find vitamins A, C, E, many of the B vitamins including B12, calcium, magnesium, zinc, iron, potassium and many others.

Clinical studies of Aloe Vera indicate that it’s complete profile of nutrients can be effective treatments for a variety of ailments.


While scientists writing in the British Journal of General Practice indicate that more research needs to be conducted to prove the healing power of Aloe Vera, their full study confirms it’s vitamin and mineral rich composition[1].

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2. Adaptogen

Doctors recognize Aloe Vera as an adaptogen, a substance that can help your body adapt to change and promote your ability to resist illness and infection.


An article in the Unique Journal of Medical and Dental Sciences from 2013 argues that, in addition to helping fight against illness, Aloe Vera’s adaptogenic powers help your body deal with physical and emotional stress[2].

3. Treats Ulcers

Doctors have long recognized Aloe Vera’s ability to help alleviate the symptoms of peptic ulcers.

While it is no substitute for visiting a medical doctor, it’s important to note that the anti-inflammatory and healing properties of Aloe Vera were used to treat ulcers long before doctors had prescription solutions[3].


4. Antioxidant and Detoxification Properties

Aloe Vera is a gelatinous food—like chia and seaweed—and has the benefit of absorbing toxins in your digestive tract. Aloe goes further, including important detoxification properties that might help protect your liver.

Currently, no clinical studies have been performed on humans, however, researchers recently discovered the power Aloe Vera has to reduce oxidative stress and liver toxicity in the rat model[4].

5. Treats All Inflammatory Conditions

A recent review of scientific literature and studies pertaining to Aloe Vera determined that it is an effective treatment for a variety of inflammation-related diseases and conditions.


Studies show that it is an effective treatment for more than just burns and allergic reactions[5]. Aloe Vera can treat arthritis, fever, acid indigestion, diabetes, and inflammatory bowel disease.

6.  Anti-Tumor Activity

Researchers are beginning to recognize the anti-tumor properties of Aloe Vera. Current studies demonstrate that Aloe Vera can significantly inhibit the growth of Ehrilich ascite carcinoma cells and AML leukemic cells.

Doctors conducting Aloe Vera research believe that the plant’s powerful antioxidant properties are the cause of its effectiveness.


Every part of the Aloe Vera plant is useful. Scientists in the same study referenced above demonstrate that each part of the Aloe Vera plant serves a different pharmacological need. With healing properties known for “thousands of years,” Aloe Vera in its plant form is safe and useful for everyone.

If you want to stay healthy, consider adding the extra of the Aloe Vera plant to your smoothies. It’s a great way to get the internal benefits of Aloe Vera.

As a medical treatment, aloe is surprisingly effective, but be sure to consult with your doctor if you have issues that require medical attention.


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