What is in Forever Gel and Aloe Vera Barbadensis?

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Aloe Vera has been 5000 years old reputation as a natural miracle medicine. Cleopatra’s beauty was said to be from this miraculous synergically aid of aloe vera plant.

Christopher Columbus said aloe was indispensable for curing ailments afflicting man’s well-being. The  plant comprises mostly water. The remaining portion contains active ingredients that include vitamins, minerals, enzymes, amino acids and essential oils. Many health benefits can be obtained by taking aloe vera.
There is no another plant that together contains such as tremendous beneficial  properties what is  human body can process therefore that heal itself.

What is Aloe Vera ?

The semi-tropical plant,  has a long and illustrious history dating from biblical times. It has been mentioned throughout recorded history and given a high ranking as an all-purpose herbal plant. Aloe’s thick, tapered, spiny leaves grow from a short stalk near ground level. It is not a cactus, but a member of the tree lily family, know as Aloe Barbadensis.
There are over 250 species of aloe grown around the world. Of these, it is the ALoe Barbadensis Miller that has captivated the attention of man. Known more commonly as Aloe Vera, which in Latin means ‘True Aloe’, in Spanish called Savila, in Sanscrit it is Chrita-Kumari, in Chinese it is, in Portuguese it is Erva Babosa, in India it is Musabbar, in Jamaica it is called Single Bible, in Japanese it is Isha-Irasu, in Vitnamese it is called Lo Hoi, in Malaysia it is Lydia Byah.
The leaves of the Aloe plant grow from the base in the rosette pattern. Mature plants can grow as tall as 2 and a half inches to 4 feet with the average being around 28 to 36 inches in length. Each plant usually has 12-16 leaves that, when mature, may weigh up to three pounds. The plants can be harvested every 6 to 8 weeks by removing 3 to 4 leaves per plant.
The  plant is grown in warm tropical areas and cannot survive freezing temperatures. In the United States, most of the Aloe is grown in the Rio Grande Valley of South Texas, Florida and Southern California. Internationally, Aloe can be found in Mexico, the Pacific Rim countries, India, South America, Central America, the Caribbean, Australia and Africa.
The thick, succulent leaves conceal an inner gel that has been used for centuries to maintain health and enhance beauty. Flourishing in warm, dry climates, both the Greeks and Egyptians valued it highly. Then, as the centers of civilization moved to cooler climates, the harvesting of this unusual plant declined and its benefit were forgotten.

Forever Pure Patented Stabilized Aloe Gel:

Our Gel, like most natural juices, both fruit and vegetable, is an unstable product when extracted,  Forever company stabilized the aloe gel by an patented  stabilized process, which means the Forever Gel keeps all of the more than  200  beneficial ingredients  which is for human body needed.
Now,using its own patented process to stabilize the nutritionally rich Aloe Vera Gel, Forever Living Products has unlocked the secrets of this valuable plant made them widely available in an  exciting range of aloe vera  from healthy pure aloe vera drinks to beauty products. What is aloe vera  stabilization?

The great success of experience the difference of Forever Living’s products  Aloe as a commodity for use in nutritional foods and cosmetics is due to the proper stabilizing procedures that enable processors to store and ship the Aloe Gel without fear of spoilage throughout the market places of the world. More information about of beneficial properties Forever Aloe Vera Gel.

Researches conducted around the world not leaves little doubt that certain biochemical properties of Aloe Vera will be proven facts. Such attributes as moisturizing and penetrating properties are known, but the attributes such as its healing abilities and analgesic action to bacterial activity .

Modern medical research on aloe vera began in 1935, when C.E.Collins, MD., and his son Creston followed the lead of the Seminole Indians and began treating burns, caused by the unsophisticated X-ray techniques of the time,with this plant. They discovered that the wounds healed more quickly and left less scar tissue when fresh aloe vera gel was applied than when other treatments were used.
The first extensive clinical tests using aloe  to treat third-degree radiation burns on white rats were conducted by Professor Tom Rowe of the Medical College of Virginia. His studies showed that regardless of the condition of the
leaves of the plant, was effective. Rowe also discovered that although the healing agent in aloe vera is concentrated in the rind, it is also present in the gel. Finally, Rowe discovered that the ointments prepared from the leaves were not effective. This was because the variable nature of the juice inside the leaves make it difficult to stabilize and use in a commercial preparation.

During the late 1960s, however, interest in aloe vera once more surged as methods for concentrating and stabilizing aloe vera were discovered. Stabilization prevents deterioration of the plant’s chemical activity, extending its shelf life and its effectiveness.
According to the NASC ( National Aloe Science Council), more than a thousand papers on the uses and effectiveness of aloe vera have been published be research scientists.
Hoang Van Duc, MD, DSc of the University of Siuthern California School of Medicine and an avid enthusiast states that “The gel of Aloe Vera-the “true” lily of the field-taken orally is very eficient in various chronic conditions ranging from skin allergies, asthma, hepatitis, hypertension, stomach ulcers, diabetes to arthritis.” 
Darius Ghaswala, M.D. F.A.C.S., a General Surgeon practicing in Phoenix,Arizona states that “Aloe has been found to be most effective in the speeding up and promotion of epithelialization of open granulating wounds. It has been used very effectively in conditions where healing is delayed due to diabetes, malnutrition, vascular disorders,etc.”
The International Aloe Science Council research articles.

What Beneficial Ingredients  is inside an Aloe Vera Barbadensis Leaf?

Aloe Vera contains over 250 known ingredients, which can be divided into the following groups:

1. Vitamins: It contains a wide range,but the most important ones are the antioxidant vitamins C and E and Beta-Carotene, the precursor of vitamin A. It is also one of the few plant sources in the world of vitamin B12 and folic acid-so very useful for vegetarians and vegans.
2. Minerals: Those included Magnesium, Manganese, Zinc, Copper, Chromium, Calcium, Sodium, Potasium, and the important antioxidant selenium.
3. Amino Acids: The human body requires 22 amino acids, the building blocks of proteins, and aloe vera provides 7 of the 8 essential amino acids that cannot be manufactured by the body and which therefore have to be consumed as food.
4. Sugar: These include the important mucopolysaccarides which act on the immune system as well as helping to detoxify the body.
5. Enzymes: Lipases and protease which break down food and aid digestion.
6. Fatty Acids: important  to help body heal itself.
7. Lignin: This woody substance bestows on Aloe Vera its penetrative ability to reach deep into the third layer of skin.
8. Saponins: These are soapy substance that exert a powerful antimicrobial effect against bacteria,
9. Anthraquinones Complex: The most important ones are aloin and emodin, but altogether they are strong  anti-bacterial and virucidal activity. In their pure form, they are very powerful laxatives.

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