Aloe Vera and Its Health Benefits

The Origins of Aloe Vera

The Aloe barbadensis plant is prized as one of its known healing properties, used since ancient times from the Egyptian pharaohs to Chinese, Mexicans and North Americans. Aloe vera has a myriad of benefits and has been used in the past to help with wounds, hair loss and digestive issues.

Nowadays, aloe vera is used in cosmetics and personal care products like moisturisers, soaps and after-sun lotions. The aloe vera leaf consists of a gel that can be extracted and made into all these products, especially those designed for skin and wound healing. Aloe vera can also be made into pure aloe vera juice as a drink for better digestion and other benefits.

Benefits of Aloe Vera

Rich in Antioxidants

Aloe vera contains vitamins A,C, E and seven of the eight essential amino acids. The plant is known for its anti-inflammatory properties, especially those that help with keeping our skin clear and hydrated.

Boost Immunity 

Aloe Vera is rich in acemannan, a polysaccharide, which has antiviral, antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties.


Aloe vera contains aloin which has laxative properties and may help with constipation. Aloe vera juice consumption is also known to benefit digestive disorders like acidity, gas and even improve your appetite. Drinking aloe vera juice can also help to flush toxins out from the body. 

Good for Hair and Skin

Known for its skin healing properties, aloe vera juice also helps to maintain smooth skin and promote hair growth. The gel from the plant can be applied topically on burns and scars and also used as a moisturiser for the skin. Aloe vera gels usually have a calming effect on skin and can benefit itchiness and inflammation.


Studies have shown that aloe vera can help to reduce symptoms of gastroesophageal reflux disease like heartburn, belching and vomitting.

Lower blood sugar

Aloe Vera also helps to lower the risk of heart disease, improve kidney, liver and gallbladder functions, and also aid in blood and lymphatic circulations.

Aloe vera juice has also been found to help lower blood sugar levels among people with type 2 diabetes.

Nature’s Glory Aloe Vera Concentrate

As you can see the benefits of aloe vera are far and wide and can be enjoyed by the whole family, due to its natural source and health effects.

Nature’s Glory Premium Whole Leaf Aloe Vera Concentrate and Nature’s Glory Premium Whole Leaf Aloe Vera is made from Aloe barbadensis miller plants, organically grown without pesticides, herbicides or artificial fertilizers. Nature’s Glory uses Aloe Vera certified by the International Aloe Science Council and is 13 times above its minimum standard.

The plant is harvested from pollution-free volcanic mountain soil, that is rich in minerals, trace minerals, especially rich in iridium and rhodium, which may help to repair damaged DNA. The Aloe leaves are processed within three hours using a special high temperature and short temperature technique that ensures stability and maximize the biological activity and potential healing properties of Aloe Vera.

Our Nature’s Glory Premium Whole Leaf Aloe Vera is unadulterated and undiluted and it is guaranteed biologically active. You can be taken 2-3 times a day, either to be diluted or mixed with water or other liquids.

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