Aloe, which is called an “miracle plant”, is known for 7 thousands years. Mentions of it can be found in ancient medical treaty.
Aloe contains many vitamins, including A, C, E, folic acid (B9), choline, B1, B2, B3 (niacin), B6. It is also one of the few plants which contain vitamin B12. In it’s composition it has macroelements essential for our organism e.g.: calcium, magnesium, sodium, potassium and microelements, that is zinc, chromium, selenium, iron, copper, manganese.
It has 18-20 amino acids, including 7-8 which can’t be generated by our organism. Amino acids contained in aloe are protein building blocks. It is rich in campesterol and beta-sitosterol - plant sterols, which are important for organsim fatty acids. They help to maintain normal blood cholesterol levels. Aloes is well known adaptogen. It enhances natural body resistance against stress.
It is used in condition of exhaustion and unrest. What is more, it is a feed with alkaline reaction, which means that it alkalizes the organism. Aloe helps in keeping a stable level of blood sugar, contributing to a proper metabolism of glucose and insulin. It impacts insulin synthesis and stimulates it’s secretion.