Aloe Vera Oil and its Speciality
Aloe vera has been used since 1500 B.C and its medicinal uses are numerous. It has very good medicinal and cosmetic properties. It has been said that even Cleopatra has used this herb for being beautiful.
Uses of Aloe Vera Oil
Aloe Vera oil is widely used in aromatherapy. It relaxes and soothes the body and mind. It provides health and beauty to the skin. Aloe Vera oil is often used mixed with other essential oils to make the best of its healing and rejuvenating properties.
Aloe vera oil can cure many skin diseases like psoriasis, acne, skin ulcers, inflammation, iching, sunburn, etc. It provides great nourishment to the skin. Aloe is a great regenerator and helps in replacing older skin. It is used in making many skin related products like lip balm, body lotions, hair oil, etc.
Apply the fresh Aloe Vera on your hands, front and back of neck, face and hair helps removes scars and wrinkles present in the skin. Applying Aloe Vera on the spots where rashes / spots are found, removes them and it disappears in less than a month.
Applying Aloe Vera on the face, the small little pimples just dries up and the skin becomes much better.
Aloe Vera oil increases energy and is an excellent dietary supplement because it is loaded with essential vitamins and minerals.
Heal Internal Organs
Aloe Vera oil helps to heal internal organs and tissues when taken orally. Mix it with fruit juices before taking, since natural Aloe Vera has a bitter taste. It also has an anti inflammatory effect when used this way. Aloe Vera oil is an excellent pain reliever and can be used internally to fight arthritis and to promote joint and bone health. When taken internally the oil aids with digestion and promotes internal healing.
Aloe Vera oil is a laxative which makes it an excellent product for regulating digestion and flushing toxins from the body. It reduces stomach acid and is an excellent product to aid in the relief of heartburn and acid reflux.
It is an excellent energy drink because the metabolism of fats releases energy. It provides energy for the workout and helps torn weakened muscle tissue to regenerate after they have been stressed during the workout
It reduces blood sugar which makes it beneficial in controlling diabetes
It reduces cholesterol, while it cleanses the blood because of its antiseptic qualities
It is good for arthritis because it dilates capillaries which causes an increase in blood flow
Aloe contains vital ingredients for skin care like panthenol, Vitamin E and keratin. It can be used as conditioner since it maintains hair health and acts as a moisturizer. It is also used in making shampoos which protect against fungal and bacterial infections.
It is necessary that Sebum, a naturally produced oily substance by hair glands is kept in balance. Excess Sebum results in deposit of dirt thereby blocking hair pores. Use of Aloe helps maintain Sebum in optimum quantity.
Aloe maintains the pH level of the scalp and promotes growth of new hair. It helps preventing fall of existing hair and has a cooling effect on the body.
How to produce Aloe Vera Oil
Aloe Vera Oil is produced by macerating aloe vera leaves in soybean oil.
How to produce Aloe Vera Shampoo
Mix half cup Aloe Vera gel, half cup coconut milk and one fourth cup wheat germ oil together to form a liquid paste. Use this liquid paste as a shampoo to wash your hair.
Aloe Vera Oil for Hair
- Take gel of Aloe Vera and mix it with honey. Apply it to the scalp. Leave it for 20 minutes. Rinse with warm water. This will bring shining to your hair.
- Cut Aloe Vera leaves in small pieces and leave them in water overnight. When you get up in the morning, you can use this water to wash your hair.
- Mix two tablespoons of Aloe Vera gel with three quarters of a cup of mayonnaise and a tomato. You can apply it in the head just before going to bed. Retain it for the whole night and wash it in the morning.