Aloe Vera is an African succulent that is popular in folk remedies. Today you can find Aloe vera outside Africa, as it is a popular garden plant, especially in dry areas where gardens must be created with the climate in mind. Aloe vera is also commercially cultivated all over the world to be used in traditional medicine. Outside Africa, you will find the largest aloe vera farms in the Mediterranean, the United States, the Caribbean and Japan. Aloe Vera will also do well indoors, but keep in mind that it can grow very large and need re-potting.
Just like all other succulent plants, aloe vera can store a large amount of water. This adjustment to living in areas prone to drought. Wild Aloe vera is often found in regions experiencing large temperature differences between day and night. When the dew falls, aloe vera can absorb damp and use it to survive. Aloe vera will store water in their fleshy leaves large. Inside faith aloe leaves, you will find clear liquid. This fluid forms a base of aloe vera juice, which is so popular in folk medicine. If you grow your own aloe vera plants, you can use the gel directly instead turn it into juice of aloe vera. The gel is, for example, used for minor injuries and burns, as many people find it soothing and relieving pain. It also has antibacterial properties.
Aloe vera can also be used internally, but research on its effects on the human body is still limited and internal Aloe procedures faith should always be started with caution. In discussing the treatment of a medical professional licenses recommended. Interior finish Aloe vera is popular among patients suffering from heartburn, ulcers, disorders and other digestive problems. It is suspected that the antibacterial property of Aloe vera is a cause of relief reported by many patients.