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Medicinal uses of Aloe Vera

Aloe vera has been commonly known since ancient times for its benefits in dermatological treatments and wound healing, but it will be in recent decades when studies on its chemical composition support its therapeutic efficacy, to the point of obtaining recognition for official level by the FDA (American Food and Drug Administration).


Cell and tissue protection

Regenerates the skin and heals helping to reduce pain and prevent infection.

Medicinal properties of aloe vera:

  • Anti-inflammatory
  • Detoxifying
  • Laxative
  • Regenerative
  • Immune system stimulator
  • Antiseptic
  • Analgesic
  • Gastric function stimulator
  • Lowers blood sugar levels
  • Reduces triglycerides

Topical applications of aloe vera

Numerous medical studies support its use in different skin problems. In the case of acne, it improves the regeneration time of the skin that has been subjected to dermabrasion processes and its effectiveness is significant in the treatment of thermal and radiation burns.

Due to its anti-inflammatory, tissue regenerating and antibacterial capacity, its effectiveness in reducing the healing period in periodontal surgeries has also been documented.

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Oral applications

The medicinal benefits of consuming aloe vera vary depending on whether the latex or aloe vera gel is ingested and, above all, depending on the percentage of concentration of its active ingredients in each preparation.



In pharmacological products it is used for its laxative action derived from the aloin content of the latex or acíbar, which is the dark yellow sap found between the bark of the leaves and the pulp.

It is necessary to point out that the uncontrolled consumption of latex from fresh leaves is not recommended since it can harm kidney function due to the impossibility of establishing a safe dose or cause adverse reactions with other medications.


Studies by Lissoni et al. in 1998 confirmed that the administration of aloe vera in the form of a 10% tincture, together with melatonin, slows down the progression of tumors resistant to other traditional therapies, to a greater extent than if melatonin is administered exclusively.

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Ulcers and Intestinal Inflammation

Thanks to the gastroprotective effect of acemannan present in aloe vera gel, it is used to reduce stomach acidity and regulate pH. And due to its anti-inflammatory quality, its administration is being studied in the treatment of ulcerative colitis with promising results, but at the moment inconclusive.

Diabetes mellitus

In gel form, it has been traditionally used in Latin America and Arabia to lower blood glucose levels and reduce triglyceride concentration, which helps improve cardiovascular function.

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