Aloe gel juice has healing properties, soothing, antibacterial and moisturizing properties. It is used to relieve burning, itching, minor cuts and burns first and second degree. Recent studies indicate that gel juice has the ability to accelerate cell growth in the skin.
aloe juice has a property that fighting viruses like influenza, chicken pox and shingles and can also kill bacteria. aloe juice also stops intestines absorb water. This speeds up the passage of stool through the intestine causing a laxative effect.
aloe gel juice has external healing properties and speeds healing of skin lesions such as poison ivy, ulcerations, urticaria, and burns. internal healing properties are the result of its use as a laxative; However, its use as a laxative can cause severe cramps. There are other laxative herbs available that have a lesser effect
The growing gel juice
Because Aloe plants have 95% water, they are extremely tender frost. If grown outdoors in warm climates, they should be planted in full sun or partial shade. The soil should be moderately fertile, and fast draining. Established plants will survive a drought quite well, however, the aloe gel juice will benefit from a regular watering. When the gel juice is grown in pots, it is recommended to allow the soil to dry before adding additional water.
Gel juice plants are popular and are available at most garden stores or nurseries. Look for the botanical name of Aloe barbadensis.