Since time immemorial, aloe vera has been known for its beneficial qualities. It contains a huge amount of vitamins, minerals, amino acids, and enzymes (in total, nearly 200 useful substances).
Today WeGoRo presents you with a list of miraculous properties possessed by this plant — properties that are certain to help you maintain your health and beauty!
Aloe vera juice supports the body’s protective functions and contains vitamin C, which helps to strengthen the immune system.
To take full advantage of these characteristics, we advise you to prepare a remedy using the following ingredients:
Take a rinsed aloe leaf with its spikes removed. Grind it, and dissolve the resulting pulp in a glass of water. You can add a little honey for taste.
Aloe juice helps you maintain a healthy head of hair by producing a strengthening effect, stimulating growth, and adding shine.
To make an aloe hair mask, you’ll need the following ingredients:
Cut an aloe leaf along the middle, and shred the resulting halves. Mix the pulp with almond oil, and apply to the hair. Put on a plastic cap, and wait for 20 minutes. Then rinse the mask off with warm water.
Aloe not only moisturizes the skin and improves its elasticity but also helps to slow down the aging process. In addition, the plant’s chemical composition includes elements that prevent the appearance of pigment spots.
To improve the condition of your skin, you can prepare the following lotion:
Treat your skin with this lotion every day by applying it to your face and neck. Wait for 10 minutes, then wash it off and put on some face cream.
Aloe vera juice is effective in dealing with irritable bowel syndrome, and it also soothes the mucous membranes of the stomach and intestines. A recent study established that drinking just 1 oz of aloe juice twice a day considerably reduces the harmful symptoms. The plant also has antibiotic qualities, hampering the multiplication of the Helicobacter pylori — a bacteria that causes ulcers.
To make wounds or burns heal faster, you can visit a drugstore and buy medicine containing aloe vera. Alternatively, you can easily create a homemade remedy by taking an aloe leaf, removing all the juicy flesh, and applying it to the damaged skin 2-3 times a day.
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