The Aloe Vera plant is famous for its many health-promoting factors. Aloe Vera was already used by ancient Egyptians and Greeks for many different medical purposes, such as treating minor burns, improving hair health, and protecting the skin.
Aloe Vera is thought to have a significant effect on skincare. In fact, the gel inside the leaf has been used for ages as an ointment for burns, sunburns and skin abrasions. It is also a wonderful remedy for inflammatory acne, eczema and dry skin. This is how we all know and have used Aloe Vera. However, modern research has found that Aloe gel also contains naturally occurring vitamins, enzymes, minerals and amino acids. This means that, when taken orally, we can get even more health-promoting benefits from the Aloe plant.
What are Aloe Vera health benefits?
Aloe Vera contains over 70 beneficial microelements and loads of antioxidants, enzymes, vitamins A, C and E that are good for your body. Aloe also contains minerals such as zinc, calcium, chromium, copper, selenium, magnesium, manganese, potassium and sodium. Recently, the anti-allergic glycoprotein alprogen was also discovered in the Aloe gel. The enzymes in Aloe play a major role in dissolving sugars and fats, and a certain group of enzymes in Aloe helps fight inflammation. In addition,
Aloe is great for relieving constipation. It is antiviral, antibacterial, antifungal and antiparasitic. A great tool for people who are struggling with Candida overgrowth in the gut. According to the medical medium Anthony William, Aloe is also incredibly useful in destroying pathogens that cause colon cancer, stomach cancer and colorectal cancer, as well as eliminating H. pylori and supporting pancreatic health.
Aloe Vera is extremely beneficial for the gastrointestinal tract, helps to calm and treat stomach problems and maintains regular bowel function.
Why use Aloe Vera freeze-dried gel powder?
Freeze-dried powder can be made from fresh Aloe Vera gel, which, thanks to the low-temperature processing, retains the main active nutrients in the Aloe Vera gel. When the Aloe leaf is cut, it significantly loses its nutritional value in just a few hours. Leaf polysaccharides, which are damaged by the heat treatment, are responsible for the healing effect of aloe. Therefore, cold treatment techniques are used to protect polysaccharides. Centralsun’s Aloe Vera freeze-dried powder has a potency of 200: 1. This means that 200 grams of pure gel inside the Aloe leaf is used to make 1 gram of powder. This freeze-dried powder does not contain preservatives or any other additives.
How to use Aloe Vera freeze dried powder?
The most effective way is to mix 1/2 teaspoon of powder with water and take it 1-2 times a day. Of course, it can also be added to smoothies, juices, etc. In addition, this powder can be used to make a face mask, which is especially effective for various skin problems (acne, etc.). To make the mask, take 1/2 teaspoons of powder and mix 1/2 teaspoons of water into it. Apply the mixture on the face and let stand for 15-20 minutes. Aloe powder can also be mixed with clay and water to make a clay mask. It has strong anti-inflammatory properties while soothing and nourishing the skin with the necessary vitamins, enzymes and minerals.
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