Most of you know that aloe vera is one of the best remedies for sunburns and skin burns in general. However, did you know that you could drink it, apply it to your skin, and use it as a food preservative?
Just like turmeric has a wide range of benefits to your skin and hair, aloe vera has also so many benefits for your health in general, and your skin in particular. And these aloe vera benefits include:
- Aloe vera is a superfood that contains vitamins: A, C, E, B1, B2, B3, B6, and B12. Being full of anti-oxidants, aloe vera fights free radicals that cause aging, help fight cancer and heart disease, and aids digestion.
- Aloe vera contains fatty acids that contribute to relieving pain.
- Aloe vera has hormones that aid in wound healing.
- It helps in lowering cholesterol, just like ghee lowers the unhealthy cholesterol levels.
- It has a natural cooling effect on the skin.
- Aloe vera is well known for moisturizing dry skin.
- + Much more in the infographic below.
There are plenty of ways that you can use aloe vera; it all depends on what kind of problem you have. The best would be planting an aloe vera plant in your house and using the freshly extracted gel for your smoothie, skin rashes, or what so ever you may be suffering.
Natural Healers combined all you need to know about aloe vera in the following infographic.
Source: Natural Healers
You should keep in mind that natural remedies should not substitute consulting your doctor.
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