Improves Cardiovascular Health
Aloe vera contains beta sitosterol which helps to lower cholesterol. By regulating blood pressure, improving circulation and oxidation of the blood, lowering cholesterol, and making blood less sticky, Aloe Vera juice may be able to help lower the risk of heart disease.
The polysaccharides in aloe vera juice stimulate macrophages, which are the white blood cells of your immune system that fight against viruses.
Removes Stretch Marks
Aloe vera contains proteolytic enzymes and lignin which provides aloe vera its ability to penetrate deep down in innermost layer of skin carrying moisturising and healing ingredients with it. Then, to top it off, the polysaccharides in Aloe vera create a barrier in the skin to prevent moisture loss. Together, all these ingredients present in aloe vera helps in removing stretch marks.
Heals Acne Scars
Aloe gel helps to reduce acne scars by promoting skin regeneration. Some studies suggested that anthraquinone present in aloe invigorates skin’s essential nutrients and boosts cell development and restoration.
Prevents Digestive Disorders
Another constituent of Aloe vera includes saponins. These are soapy substances from the gel that is capable of cleansing and having antiseptic properties. All these constituents of aloe vera work together and can help to normalise gastrointestinal wall structure and function and therefore stop the viscous cycle of immune system damage.