Let's explore the various aloe vera health benefits...
Aloe is a succulent plant that grows to a height of between 2 and 3 feet.
It’s short stemmed and the leaves are thick, fleshy and vary in color from green to gray.
The leaves are serrated at the margin with small white teeth.
The leaves are plucked for their use in both the medical and cosmetic industry.
Before I reveal some of the aloe vera health benefits I want you to know most modern packaged aloe products are devoid of the plant’s true active ingredient that has the ability to promote wellness in your body.
I’ll give you a way to learn more about this intriguing story below.
Amino acids are known to be the building blocks of protein in the body. Proteins are vital because they help in the repair of tissue, enzyme production, hormones and other body chemicals.
There exist about 22 amino acids required by the body for optimal health. Aloe vera has between 15 to 20 amino acids…specifically the 8 essential ones.
The fatty acids in aloe vera helps to lower cholesterol in the blood, reduce symptoms of allergies and acid indigestion.
In all, scientists have found over 150 nutritional dietary ingredients in aloe!
Other important chemical ingredients in aloe include minerals, polysaccharides, anthraquinones, sterols, salicylic acid, saponins, enzymes, lignins and vitamins. All of these work together to provide the overall wellness this beautiful plant brings forth.
Your body is vulnerable to attack from bacteria, viruses and other pathogens.
To help fend off these types of attacks the body has an immune system composed of white blood cells, antibodies, bone marrow, lymph nodes and proteins.
One of the wonderful and effective aloe vera health benefits is its ability to boost your body’s therapeutic qualities by increasing production of macrophages. These help fight off viruses so as to prevent infections.
Aloe is filled with antioxidants, which help in reducing the amount of free radicals that injure your body cells. These antioxidants also help as anti-aging agents.
The skin is the largest organ of the human body and it’s prone to wounds and cuts from injuries.
Injuries may break the skin and allow germs to penetrate…leading to infections. The juice or gel from aloe vera can be applied topically on wounds, burns, abrasions, psoriasis and bug bites.
This acts as an analgesic, which helps to relieve pain brought on by wounds and provides a soothing effect on the skin.
This magnificent soothing hydration and rejuvenation of the skin helps make your skin softer and smoother.
Not only that but there exists today products that contain plant-sourced Glycans as well as well as aloe. Together, they combine to form a powerful and safe way to apply anti-aging technology to your skin.
There’s a layer of cushiony, firm material under your skin’s top layer called the matrix. Rather than using yesterday’s old technology of applying harmful synthetic chemicals, today’s ground-breaking Glycan technology allow for a natural replenishing of your skin’s glow and suppleness.
Would you like to know more about this exciting new technology so you can begin realizing the amazing benefits of smoother, younger looking skin while at the same time boosting your endocrine, immune and digestive systems?
And would you like to know more about the fact that most store bought aloe products are missing aloe’s true active ingredient? Yes, this is true. In fact, back in the early 1980’s Dr. Bill McAnalley discovered that within 48 hours of being harvested an enzyme inside aloe vera kills off its one wellness component.
This active component is a phytochemical molecule called Mannose.
I have access to a company holding the only rights to using Dr. McAnalley’s solution for deactivating this enzyme and thus, keeping Mannose intact!
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