Aloe vera is endemic to North and Africa and can be found in the Arabian desert during the dry season. Although abundant in semi-arid places such as Mannar, Kalpotoya, Jaffna, and Kankesanthurai, it is extremely rare to find a house in Sri Lanka that does not have or grow an aloe vera bush. Aloe Barbadensis has been identified as being particularly useful to humans and animals. Although aloe vera appears like a cactus, this succulent is related to onions, garlic, and asparagus and is known for its natural calming, cooling, and moisturizing properties.
Vitamins, enzymes, salicylic acids, and amino acids are among the 75 potentially active ingredients found in aloe vera. Vitamins: It contains antioxidant vitamins A, C and E. Vitamins B12, folic acid, and choline are also present.
Aloe Vera also addresses some of the dangers of using it.
Aloe Vera aids the removal of dental plaque.
Aloe Vera is antibacterial and antioxidant.
Aloe vera hastens the heading of wounds.
Aloe Vera aids in healing of canker sores.
Aloe Vera constipation is alleviated.
Aloe Vera has the potential to improve the appearance of the appearance of the skin and prevent wrinkles