Aloe Vera is one of the easiest indoor plants to grow. It requires little attention, just an occasional watering, a somewhat warm temperature, and a little fertilizer from time to time.
If you grow aloe vera at home you will discover a lot of benefits, especially due to its medicinal properties.
This plant has thick, gel-filled leaves that can be easily picked. You just have to cut one of the leaves and get the gel that comes out of it directly.
Aloe vera juice can be found in most herbal stores, but homegrown gel might be much safer, not to mention the cheapest option.
You can use this amazing plant to treat the following problems:
9 Health benefits with the application of Aloe Vera on the skin
Aloe Vera for relieve burns (one of the best home remedies for sunburn)
Aloe Vera for reduce wrinkles
Due to their antiaging properties for the skin, aloe vera, unlike other natural products, has the ability to penetrate into the deepest layers, so that it provides all those vitamins and nutrients that our body needs, thus avoiding wrinkles and dryness.
Aloe Vera to heal superficial wounds
It is a great natural healing agent that speeds up the process enormously.
Aloe Vera Soothes acne and eczema
Soothes rashes, boils, and other skin conditions
Anti-itch for insect bites
Aloe vera greatly relieves mosquito bites and other insects on the skin
Conditions hair like a shampoo (can even prevent hair loss)
Aloe Vera Moisturizes the skin
Can be used as a shaving gel
9 Health benefits of consuming Aloe Vera Internally:
Stabilizes blood sugar
Prevents digestive disorders such as constipation, bloating, IBS and colitis, and soothes stomach disorders
Improves the immune system
Stimulates the production of white blood cells and healthy cells in cancer patients
Reduces heartburn and indigestion
Promotes healthy gums
Promotes better functioning of the urinary tract
Strengthens the heart and improves blood quality
Reduces inflammation from arthritis
The plant we know today as aloe vera is believed to have first arrived from North Africa. The first known documentation of its medicinal use dates back to ancient Egypt, where they provided twelve different recipes for using Aloe.
Since then, the succulent plant has been used throughout the world both as an ornamental plant and as a medicine due to its enormous beneficial properties for our health.
So, enjoy the many benefits of aloe vera that you can get naturally and easily in your own home!