History of Aloe Vera   Aloe Vera has been used in the fields of medicine and cosmetics for Centuries. Ancient records show that the medicinal properties and healing advantages of Aloe Vera have been known for over 5000 years. The Bible mentions Aloe Vera in over a dozen passages, referring to it as the “bitter herb”. The Biblical account of Christ’s burial states that his body was anointed with bitter Aloes. Aloe Vera Australia Products. Please click here... Aloe Vera Australia   Ancient Chinese and Egyptians used Aloe Vera to treat burns, wounds, and to reduce fever. Cleopatra, the Egyptian [...]

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Aloe Vera Produces Anti-Inflammatory, Immune Strengthening Effects on Skin  

Excerpts by Steven R. Schechter, N.D.    The succulent leaf of the Aloe vera plant is one of nature’s most revered therapeutic herbs. Throughout history, Aloe vera has been regarded as a miraculous healing plant. Many cultures observed that Aloe produced remarkable benefits. Historical and religious documents of the Egyptians, Romans, Greeks, Hebrews, Chinese, Indians, Algerians, Moroccans, Tunisians and Arabians report its effectiveness for both internal and external uses. Aloe Vera Australia Products. Please click here... Aloe Vera Australia   Aloe Vera - Traditional Herbal Medicine   From traditional herbal medicine, Aloe vera is reported useful for the following  symptoms: fever, skin diseases, constipation, [...]

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Aloe Medicinal Substances 

 Present and Future Potentials   Excerpts by Wendell D. Winters  Associate Professor of Microbiology Director Phytobiology Studies Program University  of Texas Health Science Center    The uses of substances derived from Aloe vera plants in a folk medicine role are widely recognized. The actual value of these Aloe substances and other plant derived substances in helping to improve pathologic conditions, relieve complaints and restore health has been debated from antiquity to the present. Evolving historical patterns of the use of plant substances in traumatic conditions and in systemic illnesses have revealed that man may have first observed animals who were injured or ill to be [...]

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Aloe and other Topical Antibacterial Agents in Wound Healing

By John P. Heggers, Ph.D. & Wendell Winters, Ph.D.   Unlike any other wound, the burn is a non-uniform injury in which some tissues are partially or completely damaged, while other tissues suffer minimal damage. The latter will heal without any therapeutic treatment, while the former will become permanently damaged, creating a granulating wound if not appropriately treated. Infection also plays a major role in the conversion of this wound¹ Many of the topical agents used are to control burn wound infections. However, there are other products that have multivaried effects on the burn wound. Some of the major properties [...]

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Aloctin A, An Active Substance of Aloe

Arborescens Miller As An Immunomodulator By Ken’ichi Imanishi Department of Microbiology & Immunology, Tokyo Women’s Medical College Phytotherapy Research (1993) Vol 7, No. Special issue, pp. S20-S22. 15 ref.   Aloe has been used as a folk medicine for centuries all over the world. Among the components of Aloe, the low-molecular weight components have been well studied and used as purgatives. In the last few decades, the clinical application of Aloe extract, probably the components of high molecular weight, in skin injury and burns, as well as an anti-inflammatory, has been reported. Aloctin A is a highly purified glycoprotein with [...]

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The Healing Properties of Aloe Vera  

By Lawrence Plaskett, B.A., Ph.D., C.Chem., F.R.I.C.     Aloe Vera contains Glucomannan, a special complex polysaccharide composed largely  of the sugar mannose. It interacts with special cell-surface receptors on those cells which  repair damaged tissues, called fibroblasts, stimulating them, activating their faster growth  and replication. Plant hormones in Aloe, called gibberellins, also accelerate healing by  stimulating cell replication. These combined actions make Aloe a uniquely potent healing  Herb. Aloe Vera Australia Products. Please click here... Aloe Vera Australia   Figure 1  The illustrations show the immediate effects of a trauma which penetrates the skin. Where there is a sharp  cut [...]

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Aloe Vera, Aloe in Alternative Medicine  Practice  

Excerpts By Lawrence Plaskett, B.A., Ph.D., C.Chem., F.R.I.C.    Aloe vera can easily be incorporated into practice in Clinics of Nutritional Medicine,  Naturopathy, Herbalism, Iridology, Kinesiology, Vega Testing and Mora Therapy,  Colonics, Aromatherapy and Reflexology. It can be similarly used by Practitioners of  Dowsing and Radionics. Within more orthodox practice, it can be used in conjunction  with Physiotherapy. This newsletter examines the rationale that lies behind the use of Aloe in these contexts.  It looks at what is involved in incorporating Aloe into practice, gives guidance on the  types of product that are needed and recommends a range of Possible [...]

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Aloe Vera in Dentistry

By James Harrison, D.D.S., F.A.G.D.   Post-treatment dental discomfort and pain are among the most unpleasant forms of misery we humans inflict upon ourselves. In providing relief from this, the blessed Aloe Vera plant displays yet another example of Heavenly mercy. Aloe Vera Australia Products. Please click here... Aloe Vera Australia   This story started for me on a weekend in July of 1991. Dr. Bruce Hedendal gave me a bottle of “Whole leaf” Aloe vera concentrate. He said that a report by Lee Ritter, N.D., showed that all Aloes were not equal, in fact some had no active ingredients [...]

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Biological Properties and Clinical Effectiveness of Aloe Vera

Evaluation of biological properties and clinical effectiveness of Aloe Vera: A systematic review   Abstract Aloe vera (蘆薈 lú huì) is well known for its considerable medicinal properties. This plant is one of the richest natural sources of health for human beings coming. The chemistry of the plant has revealed the presence of more than 200 different biologically active substances. Many biological properties associated with Aloe species are contributed by inner gel of the leaves. Most research has been centralized on the biological activities of the various species of Aloe, which include antibacterial and antimicrobial activities of the nonvolatile constituents [...]

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Biological Activity of Aloe Vera 

By Robert H. Davis, Ph.D.  An examination of the biological activity of steroids and synthetics revealed that they  are both active yet toxic. In the search for natural substances, such as vitamins and amino  acids, that have biological activity, we serendipitously discovered that Aloe Vera had  many biologically active compounds that had anti-inflammatory, wound healing,  analgesic and anti-arthritic activity.   Ingredients in Aloe Vera Gel   Mannose and glucose are the most significant sugars found in the Aloe Vera gel, and  they can be used to assay the activity of Aloe Vera. The gel contains important sterols  which can have anti-inflammatory [...]

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