Aloe Vera is the shining star of the Herbal World, has received more attention from western research than any other herb in recent years. Today, numerous studies are underway to confirm the claims made for centuries about the positive effects of this plant.
Aloe Vera - a perennial succulent xerophyte with elongated and pointed leaves joined at the stem in a rosette pattern growing to about 30–50 cm in length and 10 cm in breadth at the base in the adult plant. Ts.
Aloe Vera is one of over 420 varieties belonging to the genus Aloe which in turn belongs to the families: Asphodelaceae, Liliaceae, or Aloaceae. Aloe Vera grows best in warmer conditions and is said to have its origins from Sudan.
The complexity and richness of the plant are evident based on the over 75 potentially active classes such as vitamins, minerals, saccharides, amino acids, anthraquinones, enzymes, lignin, saponins, and salicylic acids.