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Aloe vera is a genus of succulent plants in the family of Aloeaceae, which includes over 400 species.
The genre is historically indigenous to Africa and is very common in South Africa, the mountains of tropical Africa and adjacent areas of the continent (Madagascar and the Arabian Peninsula).
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Aloe vera is used mainly for purposes of benefits. The leaves can be used as the natural and the gel can be squeezed or extract from the leaves then use its juice. The gel separates from the skin of the leaf easily.
The fresh leaves of aloe vera are known also for the many properties it enjoys.
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Antioxidant and anti-aging
The minerals contained in the leaf are important antioxidants and anti-aging cell. The nonessential amino acid proline, is a constituent part of collagen. Saponins promote a better and faster cellular exfoliation. The vitamins (especially vitamin C, E, B2, B6) and the nonessential amino acid cysteine, are powerful antioxidants capable of then fight the cellular damage caused by free radicals and in particular by superoxide anion. In particular, the cysteine and the vitamins of the B group are able to bind to toxic molecules arising from pathological processes to form inert compounds.
And 'well known that oxidative stress is favored by chemical factors, physical, biological, mental, and nutritional; accelerates the physiological process of cellular aging and is responsible for many degenerative diseases. One then understands how important the assumption of Aloe in the diet: the recommended daily dose should not be less than 100 ml of pure juice extracted from the gel of the leaf.
Activities healing and restorative
This activity is directly related to that anti-inflammatory. Aloe vera stimulates the formation of fibroblasts, epithelial precursor cells, and connective tissue. In this process of repair and formation of epithelial tissue, intervene definitely polysaccharides as primary factors; the latter factors seem to be plant hormones, gibberellins and auxins. The most recent studies have focused on demonstrating the ability of Aloe gel in preventing progressive dermal ischemia caused by radiation and burns, and the effectiveness of the gel in the treatment of diabetic ulcers, chronic ulcers and Psoriasis vulgaris. Particularly interesting ones below.
There have been tests on the effectiveness of Aloe vera. For healing have been used in a fresh leaves of Aloe vera and other areas have been applied with dry gauze bandages and a no-treatment control. After two months, the treated areas were completely healed with aloe vera, while the other two areas, after 4 months, had not yet healed. Although limited, research on wound healing in humans is promising and encouraging results have also been reported for acne and seborrhea, and aphthous stomatitis in children, where it was evaluated the effectiveness of a new adhesive patch Aloe vera: after a period of treatment, in 77% of cases the problem has been resolved and the remaining 23% is noted, however, a significant reduction in discomfort.
Antibacterial and antifungal activity
The antimicrobial effects of Aloe vera are comparable to those of silver sulfadiazine, a sulfa antibiotic family very often used topically to prevent skin infections in burn patients.
The acemannan in particular, sugar polymer, has significant antiviral activity against several viruses such as HIV-1 and the Paramyxovirus (the measles virus). In vitro studies have shown that the acemannan, in combination with suboptimal concentrations of azidothymidina (AZT ie the antiviral drug used for the treatment of AIDS) or of acyclovir, acts synergistically inhibiting the replication of HIV and Herpes simplex. On the basis of these studies, it is assumed therefore to be able to use the acemannan to lower the concentration of AZT in the treatment of the early stages of AIDS and thus reduce the severe side effects caused by the drug. To confirm this, we can recall a study where the Aloe vera juice was administered, along with essential fatty acids, amino acids, multivitamins and multimineral supplements in the treatment of 29 patients - 15 with AIDS, 12 with a syndrome linked to AIDS, HIV 2 HIV positive - who continued the therapy prescribed also including AZT. After 180 days, all the patients showed clinical improvement and anemia induced by AZT was diminished. The acemannan did not give significant effects in patients with full-blown AIDS.
The acemannan, contained in the gel of Aloe vera, is a powerful stimulant of the immune system. Acts by stimulating the activity of macrophages, and with it the production of cytokines by macrophages themselves; promotes the release of substances that enhance the immune system (such as nitric oxide that is nitrogen monoxide); causes morphological changes in particular cell involved in the expression of surface antigens. The acemannan is able to enhance the activity of cellute T and to increase the production of interferon even if these actions may be related to the stimulation of the macrophages. The dell'acemannano immunostimulant activity was dose-dependent.
Antifiammatoria and analgesic activity
Aloe vera plays a significant anti-inflammatory and analgesic, for both topical and oral application, and its anti-inflammatory activity is mediated by inhibition of production of prostaglandins by the enzyme bradykinase; of histamine by the magnesium lactate; and leukotrienes by particular glycoproteins as the aloctina A. The enzyme bradykinase content in aloe, is able to hydrolyse bradykinin, a substance endogenous to the polypeptide structure, responsible for numerous events characteristic of the inflammatory process: vasodilatation, increase vascular permeability, contractant action on the muscles, sensation of heat, pain, redness, swelling; We can therefore say that Aloe vera is an excellent remedy anti-inflammatory and pain reliever, due to its intense activity antibradichininica. The magnesium lactate present in aloe, is capable of inhibiting the enzyme involved in the production of histamine, a vasoactive substance involved in the inflammatory process.
Tonic gastrointestinal and gastroprotective activity
Aloe vera helps you troubleshoot the most common gastrointestinal disorders such as abdominal cramps, heartburn, pain and swelling; Aloe gel normalizes the intestinal secretions, influence the intestinal flora, stabilizes the pH level of the stomach and intestines, improves the function of the pancreas and colon limits the proliferation of pathogens by reducing putrefactive phenomena. The aloe gel can improve some forms of gastritis (peptic ulcers) and inflammatory bowel disease (IBS); the effectiveness of the gel is to be attributed to its healing action, anti-inflammatory, analgesic and to the ability to coat and protect the stomach walls.
Oral administration of Aloe vera extract for 6 months has given good results in the treatment of asthma. Only in the case of corticosteroid-dependent patients, the extract of Aloe was not active. It is thought that the action of asthma is related to a protective and anti-inflammatory activity and strengthening the immune system.
Purifying activity and laxative
Aloe vera performs its detoxifying action in the gastrointestinal tract which is a district suited to the accumulation of toxins. The purifying activity is mainly linked to polysaccharides, capable, thanks to its special composition and viscous consistency, to bind and eliminate toxic substances produced during metabolic processes thus reducing the time of contact with the mucous membranes of the slag.
The aloin contained in the latex (latex obtained from the rind of the leaf), gives Aloe vera laxative activity. In small doses aloin acts as a tonic for the digestive system, giving tone to the muscles of the intestine. A higher dose becomes a strong laxative that acts on the intestine large intestine where it stimulates the secretions of the colon and promotes intestinal peristalsis.
The aloe plant has been known and used for its properties since ancient times, in 1862, George Ebers first discovered on an Egyptian papyrus dating back to 1500 BC, as the Aloe was already known since ancient times.
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