Health Benefits of Aloe Vera Juice

Aloe vera contains about 240 biologically active components whose action complements each other (enzymes, vitamins, minerals, essential amino acids, anthraquinones …)

The juice inside this plant is full of; vitamins A, B1, B2, B3, B6, B9, B12, C and E, folic acid, minerals like; magnesium, manganese, zinc, copper, chromium, calcium, potassium, iron, and 20 types of amino acids.

what is aloe vera good for

Fresh plants contain significant amounts of mucopolysaccharide chains of different length that are composed of mannose and glucose molecules.

Depending on the length of the chains acts strongly anti-inflammatory, especially in the digestive system, regulates blood sugar levels, protects against free radicals, preventives development of atherosclerosis and has immunostimulatory effects.

The healthiest is freshly squeezed aloe vera juice and the trimmed meat of its leaves. Aloe vera can be used for topical use, it is extremely nutritious and safe to eat and eventual consumption as a beverage or juice. Due to the large amounts of minerals, antioxidants and vitamins is the perfect dietary supplement, and because of the antibacterial and antifungal properties can also be used to restore the microflora in the digestive tract, for liver and spleen cleaning and restoring the immune system.

Strong antibacterial, antiviral and antifungal activity of aloe has been proven in many studies. Juice has beneficial effects on the digestive system: stimulates intestinal motility, regulates the pH of gastric juice and stimulates bowel movement of the digestive processes.

What is Aloe Vera Juice good for?

Scientists confirm that plain juice and meat leaves of aloe vera help in the treatment of the following diseases and disorders:

ulcerative colitis
• oil and petroleum products poisoning
• radiation
• sunburn
• frostbite
psoriasis
• ringworm infection
• hepatitis
• rheumatoid arthritis
• multiple sclerosis
• fluoride poisoning
urethritis
• HPV
cervical dysplasia
• diabetes

Other Health Benefits of Aloe Vera

aloe vera health benefits

reduces the metastasis of a cancer, lung, rectum, the intestinal tract, intestines and pancreas
• reduces blood sugar
• reduces the growth of breast cancer cells
• protects teeth
• protects the occurrence of leukemia
• it has antibacterial activity, particularly against Escherichia Koli
• destroys lung cancer cells
• prevents colon cancer
• emodin from aloe vera kills melanoma cells
anti-aging
• regulates digestion and helps with heartburn and stomach pain
• detoxifying the blood of toxins
• accelerates healing of tissues
• speeds up your metabolism and helps with weight loss
• beneficial effect on the immune system and the destruction of bacteria, fungi and parasites
• relieves the symptoms of allergies
• untreated oral problems and inflammation of the gums
• successfully reduces untreated gingivitis, regulates the oral flora and kills dangerous bacteria in the mouth

Aloe vera heals second grade burns

In one study it was found that direct application of aloe vera jelly successfully treated second grade burns. Aloe vera jelly reduces blisters, accelerates the formation of new tissue, regardless of wich part of muscles or skin is burned. Aloe vera also reduces inflammation and swelling caused by burns.

The combination of aloe vera juice and honey prevents cancer

Study published in 2010 revealed that oral consumption of honey and aloe vera prevents the spread of tumors and the formation of cancerous cells with apoptosis of cancer cells. Apoptosis is a natural stimulation of cell death.

Aloe vera juice is a successful antiseptic

In a scientific study published in 2012 was revealed that aloe vera has anti-inflammatory, anti-bacterial, anti-diabetic properties and that strongly boosts the immune system. Aloe vera has successfully killed most of common and best known bacteria that people get. It was also found that this herb prevents cavities and periodontal diseases.

Aloe vera reduces symptoms of multiple sclerosis

In the research produced in 2010 was revealed that aloe vera is successful in reducing the symptoms of multiple sclerosis, which is one of the most serious diseases of the autoimmune system and central nervous system. Aloe vera extract slows disease progression and restores infected tissue.

health benefits of aloe vera juice

Aloe vera cures leukemia

In a study made by scientists in 2000 it was discovered that certain compounds of aloe vera have a strong antileukemic activity. Aloe vera juice kills cells suffering from leukemia due to cell apoptosis.

Aloe vera juice destroys cancer cells in the digestive tract

In some study has been discovered that aloe-emodin has potent activity against cells within the digestive tract. The Chinese were not able to figure out how Aloe vera kills cancer cells and shrinks tumors but have noticed that the aloe-emodin prevents the formation of new tumors long after eating the same.

Aloe vera protects and heals stomach ulcers

In the scientific study from 2001, it was found that a strong antioxidant properties of aloe vera juice prevent the formation of ulcers and also treated cells affected by ulcers and repair the damage to the mucous membranes.

The extract of Aloe vera successfully treated psoriasis

Study published in 1996 revealed that the extract of Aloe vera incredibly successful annul the effects of psoriasis vulgaris, the most common form of psoriasis. In this clinical study was used cream in which there was only 0.5% of aloe vera. The results were 83.3 percent higher than with same cream (same ingredients ) but without aloe vera.

 


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