Aloe vera has a millennia-long history of use in natural medicine. The oldest records of aloe vera use go far back to ancient Egypt, where aloe vera was called the “plant of immortality,” and was presented as a burial gift to pharaohs.
What Aloe Vera Is Used For
The most common uses of aloe vera include topical application for treatment of various skin conditions, and oral use as a laxative.
But, there’s mounting evidence today confirming that when taken orally, aloe vera can treat a variety of conditions, including diabetes, asthma, epilepsy, and osteoarthritis.
Plus, topical application of aloe vera gel has proved effective in treatment of osteoarthritis, burns, sunburns, and psoriasis. No wonder, aloe vera gel is commonly used in numerous skin products, such as lotions and sunblocks.
In addition, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved of aloe vera as a natural food flavoring.
How Aloe Vera Is Used
Aloe leaves have a green part surrounding a clear gel, which can be used as a topical ointment, or to produce a juice or a dried substance (called latex) that is taken orally.
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