Vitamin Supplement
 

Growing Aloe Vera

 

 

People use to design growing aloe vera barbadensis by the simple expression "aloe vera".  This is a plant growing aloe vera in South and East Africa that has been used for centuries.  

 

Given that Aloe plants are made of 95 percent water, then they are very frost tender. And these plants once being growing outdoors within warm climates, so they are supposed be planted within full sun, if not light shade. in fact the soil is supposed to be relatively fertile, as well as fast draining. Introduced plants will stay alive a drought fairly well, nevertheless for the plant requires water for being healthy. 

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Generally many questions are related to this topic like: 

 

Is this plant good for gerd (Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease)? Is Aloe vera juice effective for detoxification? What about growing aloe vera and colitis? 

 

What we learn from experiences & medical literature are: 

 

  •  About growing Aloe vera & Gerd, there is actually no relation between the two. Medical literature has not published studies where Gerd has been cured by this plant. 

 

  •  Many herbs are used for detoxification. Effectively growing Aloe vera juice has proven its effectiveness on detoxification. More on this below. 

 

  •  Here again, relation between this mentioned plant and colitis has not been established. 

 

Traditional applications of  growing Aloe vera barbadensis include topical use in burns, wounds, rashes and internal use as a laxative. Today, aloe vera gel is found in skin-care products, lotions, shampoos and conditioners. 

 

 

Its Dosage: 

 

  •  Leaf gel: Apply it topically as needed to affected areas. Aloe vera gel may also be taken at doses of 1-3 tablespoons, up to 3 times daily. If using internally, it is recommended to use aloin and aloe-emodin free products. 

 

  •   Growing Aloe vera Latex: 20-30mg hydroxyantracene derivatives daily. 

 

Its Most Common Dosage: Apply the plant topically as needed to affected areas. Aloe vera gel may also be taken at doses of 2 tablespoons, up to 3 times daily. If using internally, it is recommended to use aloin and aloe-emodin free products. 

 

  •    Growing Aloe vera Latex: 20 mg hydroxyantracene derivatives daily. 

 

  •  Its Benefits of growing aloe vera: 

 

  •  The gel has been used for centuries to treat a wide variety of wounds including traumatic wounds, lacerations, burns, punctures, abrasions sunburns and inflammation. 

 

  •  It has been used to treat psoriasis, lichen planus and diabetic ulcers. 

 

  •  Internally, this plant may be useful in the treatment of peptic ulcers. The body's natural wound-healing systems while stimulating the activity of elastin and collagen, which play an important role for maintaining and regenerating tissue structure and integrity. 

 

  •  the plant contains vitamins, supplements and minerals that are beneficial in wound healing. 

 

  •  It has anti-inflammatory effects, which contribute to wound healing. 

 

  •  It is effective in treating various types of burns even those resulting from radiation therapy. 

 

  •  It has laxative properties  specially the latex form. 

 

  •  This product supports immunity and function. It is used in the treatment of HIV and type 1 herpes, but results are not conclusive at this time. 

 

  •  It may also has potential antibacterial and antifungal properties. 

 

  •  It may help support proper blood sugar levels in people with diabetes or similar disorders. 

 

 

 

 

 

  •  Side effects of the plant: 

 

  •  Because of its laxative effects , overuse may cause electrolyte imbalances. 
  •  Normally it provides wound healing in five or seven days. If wound has not improve after this period, consult your physician.
  •  Its occasional side effects: rash or irritation. Discontinue topical use if this appears and inform your doctor if these effects do not disappear. 

 

  •  Pregnancy/Breast-Feeding: 

 

Do not use this supplement in pregnant women or if you are breast-feeding an infant. 

 

Health Conditions Related to: 

  •  Burns 
  •  Constipation 
  •  Peptic Ulcer Disease (PUD) 
  •  Wound Care 

 

Drug/Herb Interactions with this cited plant: 

 

  •  Oral medications 
  •  Hypoglycemic medications