Do you like nature therapy?
After knowing the benefits of this green, wonderful thing.
You will start loving nature therapy.
Actually, nature therapy has its own attraction, as everything in it comes with no side effects.
It even beautifies you as it is used in beauty products.
It reduces darkness and pimples from the face
I know you are thinking about what natural thing this article will read about. Then it's about the wonder plant "Aloe Vera".
Aloe vera:- This Plant is also known as “Wonder Plant”. It has more than 500 species. Its leaves are erect and inside are full of gel.
Its usage has a wide field, such as:
Benefits Of Aloe Vera
10. Using a mixture of aloe vera and henna on your hair will make your hair silky, shiny and healthy.
How To Consume It?
Consuming aloe vera regularly will throw toxic elements from the body. You can take the aloe vera regularly with normal water or hot water in a cup. Just keep the consumption regular. Take a fresh part of an aloe vera and then cut the sides of it, remove the upper layer of that part and collect the pulp of aloe vera, and you can either eat it directly, with water or you can make a shake with other ingredients like cucumber, bitter gourd and many more.
Best Time To Consume It?
The best time for taking something helpful and so natural is obviously morning. If you do exercises then just after exercises take a break of about half an hour and then make a smoothie or shake and add aloe in it. Regular consumption of aloe vera will help you in problems of constipation too.
Frequency Per Day
Aloe has no certain dose. It depends on the suffering you are in.
NOTE:-Too much intake of Aloe Pulp can be dangerous.
Who Should Avoid?
Avoid oral intake of aloe in case you are pregnant or breastfeeding. Do not take aloe by mouth if you are pregnant or breastfeeding. And using Aloe pulp on the skin is expected to be safe instead of oral intake of pulp directly by children younger than 12 years. They may suffer stomach ache, cramps or diarrhea too.
Benefits in other Diseases
It is used in:-
Other uses in Indian Culture
Aloe vera has been used for medicinal purposes in several cultures for millennia: Greece, Egypt, India, Mexico, Japan and China. Egyptian queens Nefertiti and Cleopatra used it as part of their regular beauty regimes. Alexander the Great, and Christopher Columbus, used it to treat soldiers' wounds
Aloe Vera even has a great base in different cultures, just like Greece, Egypt, Mexico, Japan, and China. Even Alexander the Great, and Christopher Columbus, tried it in healing soldiers' wounds.
Now, let's have a question round
What is your purpose for using this “Wonder Plant”,