Yes, Texts of Ayurveda eulogize the plant aloe Vera for its immense medicinal qualities. It is called as “Kumari” due its usefulness in problems related to women.
You have to use only the juice of pulp after removing its external skin. The external skin contains the latex which may harm body and skin.
The juice extracted from pulp has very good moisturising properties. Its application helps to keep dry skin soft.
It soothes the skin affected by psoriasis and prevents scaling.
The anti-aging effect of this plant is appreciated by skin specialist. External application of juice of this plant helps to prevent formation of wrinkles and makes the skin look young and youth full.
Aloe Vera reduces inflammation of skin caused by acne and pimples.
The fresh juice of aloe pulp gives a quick relief in burns and wounds.
Yes, women who suffer with menstrual problems are very much benefited with the use of this herb. Ayurvedic preparation “Kumaryasava” helps to increase the menstrual flow and decrease the premenstrual symptoms.
No, Aloe Vera increases intestinal motility. This may exaggerate the symptoms of IBS. Also people who suffer from Crohn's disease, ulcerative colitis, or intestinal obstruction should never use this plant.
Ayurveda acharyas do not recommend this herb for people who suffer from piles or haemorrhoids.
Consumption of this herb increases intestinal motility and liquefies hard stools. These two properties together help body to fight constipation.
No this plant is not safe in pregnancy and lactation periods.
Aloe Vera has anti-diabetic properties. Hence diabetic patients are benefited by this plant.
This should not be administered in children below 16 years of age.
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