The Most Healing Plant on Earth!

Aloe Vera is a spiky succulent member of the lily family and one of the most respected and valued plant medicines in the world. It is an effective natural pain reliever and tissue healer.  The components in Aloe Vera (Aloe barbadensis) appear to be specifically designed to gently and rapidly support optimal healing.

It is well known for reducing pain topically and speeding healing from burns, skin irritations and skin ailments. It’s likely that you already have a container of aloe vera gel in your medicine cabinet. Whole leaf aloe vera gel is versatile and potentially helpful for a wide range of external issues. It is also safe and highly beneficial to consume internally.

Osteoarthritis and Pain Relief

Countless people suffer with chronic pain, and many are taking damaging and potentially addictive medications. Consuming whole leaf aloe vera gel delivers numerous natural anti-inflammatory and steroidal substances, immune enhancers, amino acids, minerals, fatty acids and vitamins that provide the optimal means of reducing pain and repairing tissue damage.

The whole leaf delivers more than 75 known active components. One of these is salicylic acid, which has been shown to disrupt the production of inflammation-causing hormones and provide an analgesic effect, thereby reducing pain. It contains healing enzymes, including bradykinase, which inactivates a chemical that contributes to chronic pain and inflammation. It also naturally inhibits COX-2, an enzyme that causes inflammation. There are many different compounds in whole leaf aloe vera gel that work together in unison for maximum benefit.

Digestive Health

This is another area where relief may be quickly evident, at least according to clinical studies conducted on patients with stomach ulcers and other ailments involving inflammation of the gastrointestinal tract. It’s also been used to soothe heartburn that shows up after a meal.

Whole leaf aloe vera gel (versus aloe vera juice) can be used with confidence since it is low in a substance called “aloin” which acts unpredictably as a laxative for some people. More good news: whole leaf aloe vera gel acts as a prebiotic which feeds the good bacteria strains in the colon. Aloe vera appears to help break down impacted food residues inside the colon so they can be eliminated.

Blood Sugar Control

In many parts of the world aloe vera is a traditional remedy for diabetes mellitus. Studies indicate that whole leaf aloe vera gel may safely decrease and control blood glucose levels and sugar spikes in people with Type 2 diabetes and pre-diabetes. Minerals important for glucose metabolism such as chromium, manganese, zinc and magnesium are present in whole leaf aloe vera gel and support the system by improving the effectiveness of insulin. There is growing evidence that the three organs related to blood sugar control, the pancreas, small intestine and liver, are functionally improved from regular supplementation of pure whole leaf aloe vera gel.

Oral Health

Aloe vera has been shown to inhibit several types of bacteria residing in the mouth that contribute to plaque, gum disease and cavities. A study on the healing effects after tooth extraction showed a significant decrease in pain after two hours and accelerated healing of the post-extraction socket much faster than the control group.

Skin Hydration from the Inside Out

Several studies have observed that participants over 40 years of age notice a measurable decrease in wrinkle-depth and increase in skin hydration and elasticity after 8-12 weeks compared to placebo. Feel better and look younger… another reason to supplement with the most healing plant on earth!

There are many other uses and benefits beyond these mentioned. The most effective whole leaf aloe vera gel products guarantee a minimum of 1400 mg of polysaccharides, one of the most beneficial active components. Always purchase your supplements from a company that you trust.

Although aloe vera’s place of origin is North Africa, it should come as no surprise that this plant has been carefully cultivated all over the world for thousands of years. There’s nothing else, either lab-made or in nature, that can compare.


  • If pregnant or breastfeeding it’s best to avoid consuming Aloe Vera internally, but it’s still safe for topical use.
  • If on diabetic medications watch your sugar levels so they don’t fall too low.