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Aloe Vera (aloe barbadenis in Latin), also called desert lily or medicinal aloe, is native to the arid climates of northern Africa, Canary Island and Cape Verde, where it is still found to grow in the wild.
There are over 200 different species of aloe, but only aloe vera is considered true aloe, hence the name vera, for “truth”.
Aloe vera is a short-stemmed succulent plant that can reach heights that vary from 60cm to 100cm tall. It flourishes in warm and dry climates, giving you a beautiful yellow flower in the summer, growing right from the center of the plant.
It is in the leaves of the aloe vera that all the plant’s magic resides. They are thick, fleshy and grayish green in colour. One plant may have as many as 30 leaves, each with a serrated edge, bearing what look like small white teeth.
These pointy leaves contain a gel good for both external and internal use with amazing health benefits.
Often regarded as nature’s medicinal plant, aloe vera has a long history going as far back as the Ancient Pharaohs, who considered it a religious plant and recorded its use in the ancient Book of Remedies. Greeks and Romans also used it and there are even references to it in early Indian and Chinese cultures.
Well, nowadays, in India and Pakistan it is used as a digestive aid. It is sold in Japan as a flavour to yoghurt and, in western cultures, you’ll find that just about anything can be mixed with aloe vera. This gel is used as an ingredient to lotions, beverages, deserts, toothpaste, etc.
Let’s take a look at how aloe vera tea helps to restore balance in the body and bring it back to good health.
Aloe vera herbal tea will provide you with a number of internal health benefits as it is rich in vitamins A, B1, B2, B3, B12, C and E. The gel present in the leaves contains 8 essential amino acids that the body cannot produce. So there is lot to be gained by drinking this tea.
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Other internal health benefits:
Studies are being conducted as to the exact extent of the benefits you may obtain when drinking this tea or ingesting any product that contains aloe vera.
In western cultures it is common to come across many products that contain aloe vera. It is now a permanent presence in the cosmetic industry for its ability to make your skin retain its moisture and rejuvenating it, by promoting cell renewal and removing dead skin cells.
Aloe vera gels can help to heal a number of skin ailments, such as sunburns, eczemas, minor cuts, small abrasions, skin ulcers and psoriasis.
Have you fallen asleep under the sun?
Need some help with the flaming sensation in your skin provoked by red sunburns? Well, cooled aloe vera tea will help as wash or go a step further and treat yourself to a nice bath with this healing tonic. It will also help to remove sunspots.
This great tonic can also be used to treat acne, by cleaning your skin and helping it to keeping it fresh and healthy.
Finally, breathing in vapors from boiling aloe vera leaves can come as great asthma help.
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When drinking aloe vera tea you should be careful not to take too much. Excessive dosage can cause intestinal cramps and diarrhea. To prevent this, a nice tip would be to mix it with other herbs such as peppermint that relieves cramping sensations.
This tea is not recommended for children, pregnant women or the elderly. There is still a need for further study on the benefits and effects of this tea, so check first with your doctor whether or not it is ok for you to drink this tea.
Do you want to know how to make aloe vera tea? Well, this fantastic tea is made from the gel of the aloe vera leaf.
It can be taken as a hot tea or as iced tea. It is cool and refreshing, great to drink in the summer. It has mild and smooth taste and a light, transparent colour, much like lemonade.
Here’s a tip: add a bit of lemon or orange juice to your cooled tea, it will cancel out the slight bitter taste of the aloe.
Be aware that aloe vera juice and gel do not store well. It is best to drink this tea for a short period of time, and preferably only when suffering from aggressive attacks on intestinal bacteria.
You can actually grow aloe vera in your garden. Place plant where it can get lots of sunlight. It makes a great ornamental plant without requiring too much water.
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