What is Aloe Vera
A look at the aloe vera plant.

What is Aloe Vera

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Aloe vera is a plant that’s been used to treat various health conditions for thousands of years. It’s usually safe to use also vera directly from the plant or you can buy it in gel form. Aloe vera creams, gels, and ointments contain the clear gel found in aloe vera leaves. These products can be applied topically to treat various skin conditions. Aloe is sold in capsule or liquid form to take internally to promote health and well-being.

There are plenty of ways you can use aloe vera, here are some of the ways.

Heals burns – Aloe vera is often used to treat burns due to its soothing, moisturizing, and cooling properties. If you have a sunburn or another mild burn, apply aloe vera a few times a day to the area. If you have a severe burn, seek medical help before applying aloe.

Improves digestive health – Consuming aloe vera may benefit your digestive tract and help to soothe and cure stomach ailments, including irritable bowel syndrome.

Promotes oral health – Aloe vera toothpaste and mouthwash are natural options for improving oral hygiene and reducing plaque. People who use the aloe vera toothpaste show better overall oral health without experiencing any adverse effects.

Clears acne – Using fresh aloe on your face may help clear up acne and may be less irritating to the skin than traditional acne treatments.

Relieves anal fissures – If you have anal fissures, applying an aloe vera cream to the affected area several times throughout the day may help promote healing.

It’s safe for most people to use aloe vera topically for minor skin care concerns. Generally, it’s well tolerated, though skin irritations and allergic reactions are possible. Never use aloe vera or any severe cuts or burns. Pay attention to how your body reacts to aloe. Notice if you experience any sensitivities or adverse reactions. Don’t use aloe if you’re allergic to garlic, onions, or tulips. Avoid taking aloe vera within two weeks of any scheduled surgery.

SOURCES
https://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/how-to-use-aloe-vera
https://www.womenshealthmag.com/beauty/a19934135/aloe-vera-uses/
https://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/318591
https://www.webmd.com/diet/supplement-guide-aloe-vera