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What Does Aloe Vera Do

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What does aloe vera do, well… aloe vera is a desert plant that contains some 95% water that, without a proper water-tight container, would evaporate in a jiffy. That is why one of the things an aloe vera plant is acutely focused on, is the preservation of that ‘container’ which in biology terms is called ‘Epithelium‘.

People also have epithelium and so do horses. It is our skin, our hair and our nails. It is also the lining of our digestive tract, the lining of our respiratory tract and the lining or our urogenital tract. That is an enormous area of very differently looking tissue. But anatomically it all is covering epithelial tissue. In horses some epithelium is named differently e.g. coat, mane, tail, hooves but structurally it is the same as in humans and it is responsive to the same nutritional building blocks.

When you ingest properly-grown (Organic is best), properly-processed whole leaf aloe vera (you do not wish to eat homegrown aloe vera because this will give you diarrhoea), you ingest molecules that focus on the repair and renewal of epithelial tissue. Small wonder what flourishes… skin, hair, nails, digestion and to a lesser degree breathing and bladder.

When an aloe vera plant gets damaged, there’s a breach that needs to be seen to quickly before its water evaporates. When people get skin damage (including sunburn) or a breach along the digestive tract (the further down the tract, the more decomposed its content), the ingested aloe vera does what this plant is so superbly good at, it swiftly supports the body’s fixing of the breached area. Stopping you from ‘evaporating’ in a way. As well you know, the best and always the safest way to fix anything is from the inside out. So always feed your body cleverly to support this to happen better. We advocate daily clever smoothies of which Aloeride aloe vera is one ingredient.

There is however a strong caveat to aloe vera!  How good and how useful a by-mouth aloe vera food supplement is, depends totally on the species you grow, on how aloe vera was grown/irrigated, how it was harvested/processed, how it was preserved and what the serving quantity is. ‘How good and how useful’ doesn’t at all depend on aloe vera being a liquid, or a gel or a powder although, with the latter, it is much easier to concentrate. Also the Seal of Approval initiated by an MLM company turns out to have little meaning when you do – like we did – comparative laboratory measurements of the same aloe vera gel brand. Poorer year on year laboratory values that you would never know from the product label or the marketing. A German Institut tests aloe for harmful constituents (broadly useful) but they’re not equipped to measure the quality of the aloe vera, so even their label means much less than people think it does. Smoke and mirrors aplenty…

Soil Association Certified Organic Aloeride aloe veraYou see, that is why we like multiple independent  laboratory tests and we share these because we think it is in the public interest. Aloeride is Soil Association Certified Organic, is grown under optimal conditions, is processed in stages to the ultimate extraction, is served without additives in meaningful quantities, and we make the proven best in whole leaf aloe vera barbadensis miller as affordable as we can possibly make it. So, when someone asks you what does aloe vera do , you now can give a well-informed answer.

What does aloe vera do it with

The magic of aloe vera is not in its water, it is in the working solids of the plant. Aloe vera barbadensis miller is the most nutrient-dense aloe vera species on the planet, so this is the species we use to make Aloeride. The below table shows you the list of known constituents (working solids) in aloe vera:

Plant Substance Physiological Effect
Gibberellin plant hormones for growth including stimulation of enzyme production (α amylases) it also delays plant senescence (anti-ageing)
Amino Acids 20 of the 22 necessary and 7 of the 8 essential vital building blocks for the building of cells DNA enzymes muscles hormones… anything
Inorganic Ions: Calcium Magnesium Sodium Potassium Zinc Copper Iron Manganese Molybdenum Chromium Boron Phosphorus absolutely vital for too many physiological functions to list here – Magnesium for instance is a necessary part to make 200 different enzymes work whilst Chromium for instance is vital for building glucose tolerance factor
Vitamins: B1 B2 B6 Choline B12 vitC vitA Niacin Folic Acid absolutely vital for too many physiological functions to list here
β [1-4] linked glucomannan polysaccharides different lengths of these polysaccharide have different functions and they direct other nutrients to assist in their task – their functions: immunomodulatory intracellular antioxidant anti-inflammatory and blood sugar support
Enzymes such as peroxidase catalase alliase lipase cellulase carboxypeptidase(Zn) amylase alkaline phosphatase absolutely vital for the transformation of one substance into another
Steroids plant steroids help aloe vera quench inflammation within its tissue
Sterols plant sterols are a subgroup of the steroids and help aloe vera quench inflammation within its tissue
Unsaponifiable phytosterols: cholesterol lupeol β-sitosterol campesterol help aloe vera quench inflammation within its tissue
Lignins help transdermal penetration
Lectin like substances role in plant germination and in mammals regulation of cell adhesion to glycoprotein synthesis and control of protein levels in the blood
Salicylic acid -active chemical component of aspirin pain relief and temperature control
Saponins glycosides cleansing and antiseptic properties
Triglycerides fatty acid building blocks
Uric Acid increases short term plasma antioxidant activity