Aloe Vera


Latin Name : Aloe
Chinese Name : 芦荟 
Aloe is a small, fleshy plant with greenish-yellow wedge-shaped leaves. It is found throughout Latin America, the southern United States and the Middle East. Many people also grow smaller potted versions of the plant in their homes and gardens.

Aloe has been used as a medicinal plant since biblical times. It is now found in many commercial items, including skin care products, shampoos and conditioners.


It contains a variety of biologically active substances, such as terpenoids, a variety of enzymes, and active polysaccharides.

  • Drains fire and reduces accumulation
    • for constipation, headache, dizziness, red eyes, insomnia, and irritability due to heat in the Large intestine and Liver
  • Kills parasites and strengthens digestion
    • for childhood malnutrition especially as a result of roundworm
  • Used topically for treating burns


Our herbs and nutrients are carefully selected - backed by a significant body of research which grows daily. Of the numerous studies our doctors reviewed, the following are some of the most relevant.

There are 2,844 studies on Aloe Vera and counting

We are constantly reviewing new research. Have a study you think we should take a look at? Let us know.

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