Aloe Vera is gooey translucent gel, also extremely bitter. This plant can grow easily in your garden. It can be in shades of greens and size. This translucent gel is made up of around 96% water, some organic and inorganic compounds, a type of protein which contains 18 of the 20 amino acids found in the body and lastly, Vitamin A, B, C and E.
Aloe Vera is a very common practice of herbal medicine in the system of Indian, Chinese and Folk medicine. It is also a kitchen a plant that can be used for cooking. Too much of anything is bad but however in moderation is fine. Make it part of vegetable in the kitchen and along the way if time permits, explore the other methods.
I know we are always looking for beauty and guess what?
Aloe vera is rich in vitamin C, E and beta carotene which gives it its nourishing and anti-ageing qualities. Let’s pause here… that is what we say but however we have to be optimistic. There are other aspects that influence our skin conditions however as part of life style its always good to be in Aloe Vera as a miracle herb that can be used to treat wounds, minor cuts, dry skin and mild burns. As a general rule, Aloe Vera is cooling in its properties. As such it should not be consumed after dawn. Do not consume after a sesame oil bath.
It’s excellent for hydrating.
Here are some helpful tips on how we can use these plant.
Remember no matter how you want to use it, always rinse the gel 10 times with fresh water for each rinse.
Aloe Vera for Hair
Blended Aloe Vera pulp mixed with coconut milk or almond milk. Apply on the scalp, tie a towel and relax and read a book or listen to a music. Shower after 30 minutes. There is no work for a conditioner. You will find out why.
Aloe Vera Scrub
As a scrub mix fermented rice powder or rice powder or organic sugar, turmeric and Aloe Vera pulp. Apply leave it to dry and scrub off after drying.