Aloe Vera Gel or Gelly

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Aloe vera gel is the gelly that is found inside the leaves of the aloe vera plant.  It is a clear, thick substance and is packed full of nutrients that have benefited many for thousands of years.

There are only about 4 or 5 species of aloe with medicinal properties even though there are over 200 different varieties to be found and out of these, it is the Aloe Barbadensis Millerthat is the most effective.

Aloe Vera Gel Benefits

There are numerous benefits associated with the aloe gel, our ancestors were aware of how powerful this plant really is and more and more people today are beginning to discover it too.

The gel can be taken internally or applied externally.

Taken internally, it’s ingredients get to work helping the body to function better in many ways.  It is oozing vitamins and minerals, some which are rarely found in a plant for example vitamin B12 and which is often taken as a supplement.  Make sure if you are intending to take aloe gel internally that the product is suitable for doing so.

It contains seven of the eight essential amino acids that the body must have in order to function properly and that cannot be created artificially, it is naturally anti-inflammatory and is an immune “modulator” or balancer.

Suffice to say that taking a daily dose of aloe vera gel can really have a positive effect on different areas in the body.

Aloe vera gel for internal use is generally called aloe vera juice and there are only a few brands, Forever Living being one of them where the product is allowed to be called a gel because of the high concentration of aloe vera contained.

The gel can also be applied topically and the skin as well as the immune system are two of the main areas where aloe vera has been found to be effective.

Aloe Vera Gel Benefits For Skin

The skin is the largest organ in the body and protects the body both inside and out. The skin, also called epithelial tissue, covers the body on the outside and also on the inside as it forms the linings of other organs such as the lungs and other parts of the respiratory system, the kidneys, the stomach and intestines aswell as the nose and throat.

Aloe vera not only benefits the skin you can see on the outside but works just the same on these “skin tissue” areas inside the body.

It is full of nutrients, vital vitamins and minerals that combinedhave a powerful effect on the skin.

Nature has given us this plant which is naturally anti-inflammatory, naturally antiseptic, naturally antibacterial, naturally antifungal and naturally antiviral.

What this means for the skin is better and faster healing, reduced inflammation and a better chance of fighting infection which is why it is so useful for treating burns and other skin irritations.

Aloe vera helps to combat the signs of aging – it is a natural moisturizer and stimulates production of collagen and elastin, two proteins found in the body that gives skin its structure and elasticity.  With increasing age, these proteins can break down causing skin to get wrinkled and become thinner.

It is important to note that of all the anti-aging creams and lotions on the market, none of them are designed to be absorbed, they work on the surface of the skin only and help to keep the skin moist.

Aloe vera on the other hand effects skin right at cellular level purely because of its ability to penetrate skin – due to it’s lignin content.

Cells are fed a complete cocktail of nutrients which is important when you consider that the skin renews itself every 21 – 28 days or so.

Because of better nourishment, the skin stays healthy, looks better and is able to do its job more efficiently.

Aleo vera gel or gelly is one product that is hugely versatile and applying a little  on any skin irritation can have a soothing effect.  Coupled with drinking aloe vera gel for maximum benefit internally, you can be assured of more energy and a better sense of well-being.

Posted On:  June 25, 2016
Posted By:  admin
Posted In:  Aloe Vera Guide