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Aloe Vera

Aloe vera (Aloe barbadensis Miller) is a succulent plant that belongs to the Aleaceae family and is characterized by its fleshy leaves with serrated edges. A predominantly red flower with long stems grows in a tubular shape in the middle of the plant. The leaves of the plant have been used since ancient times for their multiple properties. When ingested, it helps digestion and liver function. The "sine cute" gel inside the leaf has an emollient and soothing effect on the digestive system, additionally, it detoxifies the body. The most significant components are the polysaccharides, polymers that protect the digestive tract. When Aloe Vera gel is used locally, it has a rejuvenating, firming, moisturizing and antioxidant effect on the tissues. It’s particularly helpful when it comes to inflammation, dermatitis, bruises and minor burns because it’s very soothing. In fact, not only does it accelerate the healing process, but it also calms burns, insect bites and sunburns.