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BOTANICAL NAME: Aloe barbadensis Miller

FAMILY – Liliaceae

THE ALOEVERA Broadly known as


Miracle Plant

Wonder Plant

Medicinal Aloe

Ornamental Plant

Aloe Vulgaris

Aloevera is a plant of great potential and value in the field of therapeutics, pharmaceuticals and cosmetic industries.The colour and odour of each variety is its characteristic and the taste bitter and nauseous. Aloevera Barbadensis refers to the Barbados island. Aloevera used in indigenous (Ayurvedic) and Unani systems of medicine and in cosmetics, shampoos and creams.

The major market of Aloe vera and its extracts are in India, Australia, USA ,Japan and Europe. The demand for Aloe vera is increasing and with scientific studies supporting the medicinal benefits of Aloe vera.It is profitable to cultivate the Aloevera & has the potential to become the future of agro-industrial crop.

CONTENTS IN ALOEVERA:-

Vitamins A, B1, B2, B6, B12,Folic Acid, Niacine

Vitamins: A, B1, B2 B3, B6, B12

Contributes to well – being & health

Supplies body with energy

Strengthens the immune system

Minerals : Calcium, Iron, Potassium

Indispensable for the human metabolism

Building of blood, needed for growth of bones and teeth

Amino Acids: Lysine, Threonin, Valine etc

“Building Blocks" of the body

Repair tissues / carry oxygen throughout the body

They form antibodies to combat invading bacteria & viruses

Enzymes: Oxidase, Catalase etc

Regulate intestinal activity.

Assist in the breaking up of food elements

USES OF ALOEVERA

In India Aloe, Vera has been referring to as "kumari’ in Ayurvedic treatments where it is useful in the treatment of burns, blood disorders, chronic constipation, skin diseases, and as eye drops for relief in sore eyes and redness as well as bleeding and healing of wounds, etc. It plays an important role in gerontology and rejuvenation.Aloe Vera is full of medicinal properties & it is effective in treating various body ailments

•Medical and Cosmetic Benefits

•Used in number of lotions, creams, gels and shampoos.

•As diet supplement or directly.

•Control the stomach acids and maintain balance in the stomach.

•Improve immune system.

•Stimulates tissues.

Helpful for diabetes

•Absorb nutrients and neutralizing toxic and bad elements.

Wednesday, 14 December 2011

Aloe Vera will be the milestone for the country’s development

Aloe Vera is a plant of great potential and value in the field of therapeutics, pharmaceuticals and cosmetic industries. It is used in indigenous (Ayurvedic) and Unani systems of medicine and in cosmetics, shampoos and anti dandruff creams, etc. Aloe is particularly useful in the treatment of bums, blood disorders, chronic constipation, skin diseases, and as eye drops for relief in sore eyes and redness as well as bleeding and healing of wounds, etc. It plays an important role in gerontology and rejuvenation.

A number of species have been introduced in India, of which A. barbadensis mill has become naturalized in all parts of the country. Other species also occur as wild/ornamental at some places.

The colour and odour of each variety is its characteristic and the taste bitter and nauseous. A. Barbadensis refers to the Barbados islands. Ferox is a Latin word, meaning wild or ferocious. African refers to the habit of the plant and spicata refers to the flowers in spikes. Mainly four species Aloe (Aloe barbadenxis Millen. Aloeperryi, Aloe saponaria and Aloe veru Linn) are cultivated in India.



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