Aloe Vera is a valued medicinal plant that has been in use for more than 5000 years in Ayurveda and other medical schools such as ancient Chinese medicine that rely on natural resources to cure medical ailments. The plant is consumed by multiple industries such as cosmetics, medical, nutrition and health supplement industries as raw material. Aloe Vera comprises anti-oxidant vitamins, amino acids and fatty acids, which makes it good for skin, hair and gut health. This plant has anti-bacterial, anti-septic, anti-fungal and has anti-inflammatory properties. Aloe Vera can moisturize and nourish the scalp and stimulate hair grow amla-wrapperth.

Scientific Classification

  • Kingdom: Plantae
  • Clade: Angiosperms
  • Clade:  Monocots
  • Order: Asparagales
  • Family: Asphodelaceae
  • Subfamily: Asphodeloideae
  • Species: A. vera
  • Genus:  Aloe

Aloe Vera (Barbadensis Miller)

Aloe Vera finds its mention in ancient texts related to medical science due to its endless benefits plus medicinal, cosmetic,and therapeutic properties. Today, Aloe Vera is commercially cultivated all around the world due to its wide range of applications. Cosmetic and pharmaceutical industries are biggest consumers of Aloe Vera; they process the plant to manufacture a number of cosmetic products and medicines.

Origin of Aloe Vera

Aloe Vera is the most popular Aloe Specie, which is believed to be an inhabitant of Africa. Northern Africa offers favorable conditions for it to grow amla-wrapper, as it is dry and hot there. The plant has short stems and can rise up to 85-100 cm. Aloe Vera plant haslanceolateshaped green and grey colored leaves that have a thick layer of flesh inside. Thorny leaves of Aloe Vera make it appear like a cactus. Flower of Aloe Vera plant blooms in summer above the spike.

Medicinal Uses of Aloe Vera

Aloe Vera is counted as one of the most valued herbs in Ayurveda and other schools of medical sciences that rely on nature to cure ailments. Aloe Vera is used raw or in form of gels and crèmes. Nutrients of this plant can effectively cure skin infections, cuts, bruises, itching, blisters and can soothe the skin along with providing nourishment and moisture to the skin.

Natural Detoxifier

Anti–Inflammatory

Slows down Ageing

Reduces Stretch Marks

Natural Moisturizer

Stimulates Digestion

Reduces Tan and Sunburns

Heals Wounds

Reduce Acne

Treatment of Hemorrhoids

Lightens Complexion

Natural Hair Conditioner

Strengthens Immune System

Rich Source of Vitamins & Minerals

Regulates Blood sugar & Cholesterol

Aloe Vera Leaf Ingredients

Aloe Vera leaves have three layers; the outer green layer, which is known as Aloe Rind, acts as a protective shield and does not have any significant nutritional importance. Then comes the Aloe Latex, a layer of yellow fluid not fit for consumption. Then comes the best part, the thick layer of transparent fluid comprising of all the nutrients. This fluid can be used for external as well as internal consumption.

Aloe Vera for Hair Care

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Aloe Vera can stimulate hair grow amla-wrapperth as it containsproteolytic enzymes that can eliminate the layer of dead cells on the scalp. This allows the nutrients easy penetration inside the scalp and nourishes the hair follicles responsible for hair grow amla-wrapperth. Aloe Vera can combat skin conditions like seborrhea; where in sebum (oily secretion) gets accumulated on the scalp and inhibits hair grow amla-wrapperth. Aloe Vera removes sebum and dead cells from the scalp and stimulates hair grow amla-wrapperth. Alkaline properties of the plant maintain hair and scalp’s pH level along with the ideal moisture level.

Aloe Vera has Anti-Pruritic Properties

Anti-pruritic properties make Aloe Vera a natural remedy to eliminate hair problems such as itching and dryness. Pruritus diseases are scalp and skin related diseases, for instance,psoriasis and eczema. Enzymatic properties of Aloe Vera plant can remove the layer of dead skin cells and can nourish the skin and scalp. Aloe Vera can also treat itchy scalp, redness and inflammation effectively. Dermatologists from around the world consider Aloe Vera a super herb to treat skin related medical conditions.

Anti-inflammatory Benefits of Aloe Vera

Aloe Vera has been used as a natural effective remedy to cure inflammation and redness on or inside the skin. Aloe Vera gel is directly applied over burns, cuts and external wounds due to its antiseptic and soothing properties. The plant has analgesic, anti-inflammatory enzyme, salicylic acid, and Bradykinase that reduces swelling and soothes the skin.

Aloe Vera: Natural Remedy to Treat Dandruff

Aloe Vera can give faster results in removal of dandruff. It breaks down the dead cell layer on the scalp, which may occur due to fungal infection caused because of presence of malassezia (fungus that lives on scalp), psoriases, or any other medical reason. Aloe Vera stimulates hair grow amla-wrapperth by cleaning and moisturizing the scalp from inside out.

Aloe Vera Natural Conditioner to Soothe Hair & Scalp

Aloe Vera has great soothing and moisturizing properties. Aloe Vera gel has chemical composition similar to Keratin (human Hair Protein found in hair cells), which makes it a must-have herb in hair care products. This gel can easily penetrate into hair follicles and hair shaft. It is believed that Aloe era gel can penetrate up to seven layers deep.

Aloe Vera finds place in IHT9 Multi-herbal Range of Products

Aloe Vera comprises of 20 essential amino acids that can nourish the scalp and hair to the roots. It is a primary ingredient of almost all the hair care products due to itsHerbo-ceuticle properties. Our oils, shampoos, and conditioners have been manufactured using the goodness of Aloe Vera. The plant has been termed as a healing herb because of its soothing and anti-bacterial properties that can offer complete hair care.

To accelerate hair grow amla-wrapperth, repair damages, inhibit hair loss, and soothe scalp, Aloe Vera it is!