History of Aloevera

• Water
• 20 minerals
• 12 vitamins
• 18 amino acids
• 200 active plant compounds (phytonutrients)

Important Facts
>> Scientific name is Aloe Vera Barbadensis Miller
>> It belongs to Liliaciae family same as garlic
>> It is known for thousands of years in all ancient civilizations ? Egypt, Greek, Rome, China and India. There is over 300 different kinds of aloe Vera but only a few had medicinal properties
>> Aloe Vera Barbadensis Miller or True Aloe is the most potent
>> To be effective it must be 3-5 years old.
>> Inner gel is storage depot for plant and it is the most beneficial part of plant.
>> In different parts of world aloe Vera has different names: Burn Plant, Medicine Plant, Wand of Heaven and Plant of Life.
>> 96% of aloe Vera is water. It is very important and should not be removed from any product.

Contains over 200 active ingredients including:
>> Vitamins - A (as b-carotene), B1, B2, B3, B5, B6, B12, Folic Acid, C, E, Choline
>> Minerals - Calcium, Chromium, Copper, Iodine, Iron, Magnesium, Manganese, Molybdenum, Selenium, Silicon, Sodium Chloride, Sulphur, Potassium, Phosphorus, Zinc
>> Amino Acids (20)- used by the body to make proteins (including all of the essential amino acids that the body cannot produce itself).
>> Uronic Acids - strips toxic materials from cells to aid detoxification
>> Fatty Acids - natural plant steroids which are anti-inflammatory, antiseptic and help cells function correctly.
>> Sugars - mucinous polysaccharides (including acetylated mannan or acemannan) which are used by the immune system, help detoxify the body, help absorption from the digestive system, lubricate joints, protect cells and aid gaseous exchange in the lungs.
>> Enzymes - used by the body as a catalyst for chemical reactions.
>> Saponins - form foam in water solution, have natural cleansing and antiseptic qualities.
>> Lignin - a wood-like pulp which has the ability to penetrate skin.
>> Anthraquinones (14)- natural pain killers and anti-microbial agents.
>> Salicylic Acid - an aspirin-like compound that is anti-inflammatory and antibacterial.
>> Water