Organic, unrefined aloe vera health and beauty benefits

 History of Aloe Vera

The Egyptians called Aloe the “Plant of Immortality” because it can live and even bloom without soil. Aloe has been used medicinally since at least the first century C.E. and continues to be used extensively worldwide. 

Geographical source

Aloes is indigenous to eastern and southern Africa and grown in cape colony, Zanzibar and islands of Socotra, also cultivated in Europe and many parts of India including northwest Himalayan region.

Commercial use

Distinct parts of the aloe plant and various species are used medicinally. The gel from the fresh leaf is used in a wide range of internal and external applications. The internal use of the gel is regulated as a dietary supplement.


Since Aloe has naturalized throughout the tropics and warm regions worldwide, its true origin is not known. It is suspected to have come from North Africa or the Nile region in Sudan The genus contains at least 324 species of herbs, shrubs, and trees, primarily African, with some in Madagascar and the Arabian Peninsula. Aloe is a perennial, with 15 to 30 fleshy leaves up to 0.5 m long and 8 to 10 cm across at the base. Saw-like teeth mark the margins of the leaves.

Can organic, unrefined Aloe Vera be used on face, skin and hair?

In preliminary human clinical studies, the gel extracted from the aloe plant has shown significant results in the treatment of asthma, peptic ulcers, and diabetes mellitus. The gel has been sold in the health food market as a tonic, as well as for “supporting the immune system” and “supporting healthy breathing”. Externally, the gel has been used in many ways: cosmetics, dermabrasion, wound-healing, and psoriasis. In cosmetics, the gel is added to moisturizers, cleansers, shampoos, suntan lotions, and sunburn treatments. The external use of aloe gel for minor wounds, burns, and frostbite has been established through extensive use and recent pharmacological and clinical studies. Aloe Vera is used extensively for skin, hair and body treatments.

Organic, unrefined Aloe Vera contains several nutrients for the skin, hair and body

Organic, unrefined AloeVera contains 75 potentially active constituents: vitamins, enzymes, minerals, sugars, lignin, saponins, salicylic acids and amino acids. Vitamins: It contains vitamins A (beta-carotene), C and E, which are antioxidants. It also contains vitamin B12, folic acid, and choline.

Organic, unrefined Aloe Vera benefits for skin:

  • Organic, unrefined Aloe Vera can help soothe sunburn
  • Organic, unrefined Aloe Vera has cooling properties and is anti-inflammatory
  • Organic, unrefined Aloe Vera helps to moisturize the skin
  • Organic, unrefined Aloe Vera boosts healing of wounds
  • Organic, unrefined Aloe Vera fights skin-aging
  • Organic, unrefined Aloe Vera reduces acne
  • Organic, unrefined Aloe Vera reduces infection
  • Organic, unrefined Aloe Vera lightens blemishes on the face

Organic, unrefined Aloe Vera benefits for hair and scalp:

  • Organic, unrefined Aloe vera contains proteolytic enzymes which repairs dead skin cells on the scalp
  • Organic, unrefined Aloe Vera acts as a great conditioner and leaves your hair smooth and shiny
  • Organic, unrefined Aloe Vera promotes hair growth
  • Organic, unrefined Aloe Vera promotes healthier hair follicles
  • Organic, unrefined Aloe Vera prevents itching on the scalp
  • Organic, unrefined Aloe Vera reduces dandruff

Experience organic, unrefined Aloe Vera’s properties yourself

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