This is the concluding section of my two-part (Aloe Vera – Is It Just A Laxative?) Article about the Aloe Vera plant that for many years was wrongly considered no more than a potent laxative. Aloe Vera in actual truth is one of Nature’s most potent medicinal herbs. In tandem with it’s ability as an effective and natural weight loss agent, it’s also a powerful and healthy detoxifying agent.
It also has powerful antibacterial and antifungal properties from a wide array of microbes. Carrisyn, an extract of Aloe Vera, has revealed recent signs of having the ability to inhibit a range of viruses’in-vitro’, such as the strains responsible for herpes simples, measles, and HIV. Carrisyn seems to work by stimulating the immune system to activate the production of blood cells which fight disease, thereby boosting the immune function.
Amino acids methionine, serine, threonine and molybdenum are useful. They detoxify heavy metals, help in proper metabolism of carbohydrates, protein and fat thus preventing buildup of fat in the liver and arteries. These laxative and detoxifying properties of Aloe Vera assist the colon to operate most effectively.
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Highly processed and refined foods that are common in the modern diets lack fiber and pass through the system gradually, allowing toxins in the waste to be reabsorbed into the body. However, on Aloe Vera treatment food passes through the system more quickly and easily. Less obvious problems because of an ineffective colon including lack of energy, respiratory problems, bad breath, non-cystic acne and dry skin can also be avoided.
Aloe Vera helps expel excess water from the cells. Thus it’s helpful in several kidney problems like kidney stones, painful urination. It works wonders in people with failed kidneys. Among the principal reasons for hair loss is toxin in the small intestine. Thus radicals eliminated by Aloe Vera helps cure this issue. Many studies have proven that regular consumption of Aloe Vera contributes to lowering blood sugar level without any toxic effects on liver or kidney function as assessed by blood chemistry.
Aloe Vera helps toning up of the Pancreas, thus regularizing insulin flow. Aloe Vera helps accelerate the healing of Diabetic wounds. It dramatically lessens inflammation and enhances pain response. Aloe Vera helps in treating indigestion, irritable bowl syndrome, ulcerative colitis, esophagitis, peptic ulcer, chronic colon problems such as constipation, hemorrhoids, colitis and Crohn’s disease.
It helps in the elimination of excess acid and cough. Aloe Vera is a rich source of vitamins C and E. These aid in boosting the immune system tremendously. Thus it is an ideal solution to a lot of common allergies such as colds, asthma. Serine maintain a healthy immune system. Aspartic acid helps increase endurance.
Aloe Vera is one of the strongest sources of antioxidants, vitamins C and E and Vitamin B-12 (only known natural source). Recent studies are demonstrating the remarkable advantages of antioxidants. Oxidation in cells may damage DNA, leading sometimes to cancer, other diseases and to the changes related to aging. The antioxidant chemicals counter the aging effects wrought by the free radicals.
Other active ingredients of the Aloe Vera plant comprise Salicylates, which control inflammation and pain, and an enzyme that inhibits Bradykinin, the chemical messenger responsible for transmitting pain signals through the nerves. Aloe Vera also contains Magnesium Lactate, a compound known to inhibit the release of histamines in charge of skin irritation and itching.
Aloe Vera is thus popularly known as “The Miracle Herb” because of its medicinal and useful properties. When deciding on an Aloe Vera product for topical application, start looking for a product high in Aloe Vera content, which should appear as the first item listed on the ingredients panel. Thus, scientific evidence demonstrates that Aloe Vera is the herb of choice for a clean and healthy lifestyle. It has the potential to reverse the negative effects of all of the pollutants that we expose ourselves to, such as saturated fat and toxic byproducts of industralisation and auto emissions.