Aloe Vera is a succulent plant species of the genus Aloe. It is originated from the Arabian Peninsula but it grows in tropical, semi-tropical, and arid climates around the world. It is found in many consumer materials and products including skin lotion, cosmetics, beverages, ointment for minor wounds, and sunburns. Aloe Vera plant helps us to the little clinical evidence for the effectiveness or safety of medicine or cosmetics. It is a stemless or else very short-stemmed plant growing to 60 – 100 cm (24- 39) in tall, spreading offset. Aloe Vera leaves seem like thick and fleshy, green to grey-green with some categories showing white flecks on their upper and lower stem surface, alovea contains many vitamins, minerals, and other active ingredients that give it many health benefits. Moreover, Aloe Vera leaves contain the phytochemicals under the influence study of bioactive compounds such as acetylated mannans, anthraquinone C- glycosides, polymannanas, anthrones, and other anthraquinones such as lectins and emodin.
About the Aloe Vera
The word of name Aloe Vera was derived from the Arabic word that means Alloeh, the meaning of the word is shining bitter substance and then Vera is derived from the Latin word that means true. Most of the foreign countries are used the Aloe Vera plant such as Greece, Egypt, Mexico, China, and Japan. Later its widely use in India. It helps us to prevent our beauty, health, skincare, and medicinal properties. It contains vitamins A, C, and E prevents antioxidants that fight off and neutralize free radicals. Vitamin C has an immune booster and is crucial for the growth of the bone, teeth, and blood. It also contains vitamin B1, B2, B6, and B12 that help to increase the detoxifying process. Vitamin 3B12 is important for nucleic acid synthesis. It also maintains the enzyme namely aliiase, bradykinesia, alkaline phosphate, lipase, and carboxypeptidase. These are the enzyme work by reducing inflammation when it applied to the skin topically. It also people can apply aloe vera to the skin for various skin conditions such as burning mouth, acne, insect bites, skin damage, wound healing, diaper rash, and itchy skin .among other. It has been widely used to smooth insect bites. It is well known for its skin cure therapy. Aloe vera is a potent leaf that can be used in several different ways. It about history as a natural remedy may be traced back to centuries ago and until today. Most global health authorities say that many loaded dozens of therapeutic benefits linked with the Aloe Vera access require a move to the scientific evidence. Aloe Vera Widely used in
- Food supplements
- Herbal remedies
Side effects associated by using aloe
- Burning and itching of the skin
- Blood sugar
- Stomach pain and cramps
- Liver problems
- Diarrhea, blood in the urine, kidney problem, low potassium, weight loss, heart disturbances
This theory discusses the all possible side effects and others may occur.