Aloe Vera contains anti-inflammatory properties which make it a great in treating frostbite, cuts, wounds, radiation burns and stings of all kinds including jellyfish stings. This makes it one of the fundamental beneficial actions of the Aloe Vera plant. Many people are familiar with applying Aloe Vera on burns but the properties for skin and tissue treatment go beyond just that.
Aloe Vera also contains plant steroids which and other anti-inflammatory ingredients. This combined with the powerful healing promoters make Aloe Vera Gel a very powerful and effective topical treatment when it comes to treating inflammation. Also, Aloe Vera has an inhibiting effect in the production of histamine which is one of the chemical messengers in inflammation. It is important to note that in order to reap the most benefits of Aloe Vera, it must be in its purest form. Thus the importance of “farm fresh” Aloe.
So what inflammatory conditions benefit from Aloe? Conditions such as chronic inflammation, peptic ulcer, arthritis, leg ulcers and Type II diabetes have shown to highly benefit from Aloe and since chronic inflammation is a common process in pathology, conditions involving chronic inflammation are well expected to respond to Aloe’s anti-inflammatory component.
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