Aloe Vera healing properties to fight diseases

Aloe Vera has been known for its healing properties since the dawn of civilization, and through the ages scientists have attempted to verify the many claims that have been made for it. The ancient Egyptians referred to aloe as the “plant of immortality” and included it among the funerary gifts buried with the pharaohs.  In recent decades, medical research has confirmed and extended many of the health claims for Aloe Vera.

Aloe Vera juice contains numerous active ingredients that work together to promote the health and healing of our bodies.  This is well documented in scientific literature and the mechanism of action for these health benefits have been associated with Aloe Vera’s naturally occurring vitamins, minerals, amino acids, antiseptic and analgesic compounds, and essential fatty acids.

Aloe Vera Fights Diabetes

One of the more important functions of Aloe Vera its ability to stabilize blood sugar levels. Each year, nearly one million people are told by their doctor, they have diabetes. And during that same year, 200,000 people will die from complications of the disease.  It is estimated that there are more than 15 million cases in the U.S., with another 5 million adults who have the disease and don’t even know.

These people have Type II diabetes.  Although their body is producing Insulin, it can no longer reduce the blood sugar to a healthy level.  Aloe Vera has been shown in many studies to have a very positive on blood sugar levels, in fact Aloe Vera was able to lower blood sugar levels even in the absence of Insulin.

Aloe Vera Reduces Inflammation

Aloe Vera reduces inflammation—which is involved in such diseases as ulcerative colitis, arthritis, and gastric reflux. Scientists agree there are special receptor sites in the gastrointestinal tract for the polysaccharide content in Aloe.  One of the most important benefits of Aloe Vera is its gastro-protective properties.

Aloe Vera is a very effective Free Radical Scavenger. Vitamins and minerals can only function outside the cells, but certain ingredients in Aloe Vera can work within the cells as a very effective antioxidant and free radical scavenger—very important in preventing and treating inflammation.  With the ever-increasing chemical pollution all over the planet and loss of nutrients in the soil, the increase in free radicals and loss of cellular oxygen will only become worse with time. This makes Aloe Vera even more important than ever.

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