Aloe Vera Juice – Recipes and Benefits

Due to the width of the spectrum of its beneficial effects, aloe vera juice is considered real gift of nature. There are also numerous facts associated with the properties of the juice of this plant.

What does the juice of this plant contain?

The content of  aloe vera juice is very rich. Specifically, it is estimated that it contains about 20 different medicinal substances and nutrients.

These are some of the most important:

– Vitamin A,

– Vitamin B1,

– Vitamin B2,

– Vitamin B3,

– Vitamin B6,

– Vitamin B9,

– Vitamin B12,

– Vitamin C,

– Vitamin E,

– Iron,

– Potassium,

– Calcium,

– Magnesium,

– Various metals,

– Saponins,

– Different amino acids.

In which ways does the aloe vera juice manifest its healing and beneficial effects?

We have tried to explain you in detail the ways in which the juice of aloe vera is manifesting its healing effects.

– It acts as an antioxidant and antitoxic on your body (because of that it is recommended to everyone, especially to people who have some form of malignant changes in their body. In that case, the aloe vera juice slows down and prevents the growth of tumor cells).

– Acts as anti-allergic,

– Relieves the symptoms of asthma,

– Has antiviral, antibacterial and antimicrobial properties,

– Improves circulation,

– Cleanses the blood,

– Lowers high blood pressure,

– Has a positive effect on the function of the heart,

– Regulates the digestive function,

– Regulates the level of gastric acid,

– Enhances immunity,

– Prevents the development of eye diseases,

– Reduces and soothes the irritations on the skin and accelerates the process of healing injuries on the skin,

– Cleanses the skin,

– Accelerates the process of healing skin from acne and pimples.

In which ways can you use the juice of aloe vera?

There are several ways in which you can use aloe vera juice.

It can be used both internally and externally.

Also, it is available as an ingredient of numerous industrial products, food supplements and skin care products.

If you decide to use it internally (to consume it), then we recommend you to get one or more plants and to squeeze the juice directly from its leaves, and then to consume it fresh.

The recommended daily dose is three times a day 50 or 60 milliliters of the juice, between the meals.

Apart from consuming it fresh, this juice can be found in the form of bottled products manufactured by many companies which are engaged in both production and placing on the market the products that are designed to preserve the health and to treat various diseases.

When it comes to external use of the aloe vera juice, also in fresh form and just squeezed from the leaf, you can apply it or rub it on the skin.

If you want to heal irritations, inflammations or injuries on the skin, then apply the juice two to three times a day in a thicker layer at the area of irritation and wait until the juice dries.

If you use it in order to care the healthy skin and to prevent the appearance of acne and pimples on the skin, it is enough to rub it on the skin once a day in a thin layer and also wait until the juice dries. After using the aloe vera juice, it is not necessary to wash or rinse the skin.

Also, there are numerous skin care products based on aloe vera.

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