The Many Benefits of Aloe Vera . . . The Medicine Plant.

Aloe Vera Back in June of this year a reader of this website named Karen left this comment:

“I used to suffer from HORRIBLE hives (brought on by work stress) and it took 2 years of expensive medication, creams, lotions, quitting my job, etc…to finally discover relief: ALOE VERA!  That’s right, the stuff used for burn relief has so many other uses and because it is not as popular as it was 30 years ago, it’s time to make it popular again.
Some of it’s uses are identified by TLC (see”40 Amazing Uses for Aloe Vera”) and as they state “… it doesn’t hurt that aloe vera produces at least six natural antiseptics, which are able to kill mold, bacteria, funguses, and viruses. In fact, the plant is so powerful that researchers and scientists are looking into its potential as an AIDS and cancer-fighter.”
Aloe Vera was my skin saver and it would make a great future post/topic.”

I completely agree Karen!  So I’ve been researching this “miracle plant” to discover what OTHER things it can do. It turns out, the aloe vera plant that has been around for over 4,000 years can do a heck of a lot MORE than soothe minor burns!

Let’s explore some of them shall we???

Karen mentioned this article at How Stuff Works  -  “40 Amazing Uses For Aloe Vera” –  and it’s definitely a good place to start.

Here are my favorites from that list:

  • Slice aloe leaves lengthwise and use the inner sides as a biodegradable body scrub in the shower.
  • Treat burns from minor mishaps in the kitchen — from grease splatters or hot utensils — with a mix of aloe gel and vitamin E oil.
  • Soothe and heal sunburns. Aloe contains cooling properties similar to menthol.
  • Take the sting or itch out of insect bites.
  • For soft feet make an exfoliating foot mask by mixing together a half cup of oatmeal, a half cup of corn meal, four tbsp. of aloe vera gel and a half cup of unscented body lotion.
  • Swab over blisters for quick relief.
  • Replace creams and lotions as a general moisturizer for dry skin. Aloe is fast absorbing!
  • Reverse signs of aging skin and wrinkles. Cleopatra did!
  • Make skin new again with an exfoliating, organic sugar scrub by mixing together 2 tbsp. of aloe vera, 2 tbsp. of organic brown sugar and 1 tsp. of organic lemon juice.
  • For rougher patches of skin, mix together an organic salt scrub using two cups of sea salt, one cup of aloe vera, one cup of organic coconut oil and two tbsp. of local, organic honey.
  • Boil leaves in a pan of water and breathe in the vapor to alleviate asthma.
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Pretty impressive list huh?  That’s just the BEGINNING of the things this humble (dare I say, homely?) plant can do!

Here are some more amazing uses for this indispensable household ally!


Reduces Eye Puffiness
Put a little under your eyes after a long night. Takes the puffiness right away!  Cotton balls soaked in refrigerated Aloe Vera Gel also provides a great compress for tired, puffy eyes.


stretch marks

Prevent/Fade Stretch Marks, Age Spots, Freckles
Begin massaging aloe vera on your stomach twice a day and continue throughout your pregnancy and after delivery for a few months until any stretch marks fade.

Hemorrhoid Relief
The very same anti-inflammatory constituents that reduce blistering and inflammation in burns also help reduce the irritation of hemorrhoids. Break off a piece of the aloe vera leaf and apply only the clear gel to the hemorrhoids.



Intestinal Problems Remedy
Taken internally, it heals stomach ulcers and heartburn, and in general soothes the digestive tract. Adverse effects reported from ingesting Aloe Vera include diarrhea and kidney trouble.

Strengthen Weak Nails
Gently massage aloe on your nail beds every day for a few weeks and watch them gain their former luster.

Soothe Razor Burn.
Rub onto razor burns for some much-needed relief!


makeup remover

Makeup Remover
Safely removes eye makeup and is gentle on the delicate skin around your eyes.

Skin & Sunburn Soothe
Acne, eczema, and skin irritation respond well to the natural antiseptics in Aloe. Apply gel 2-3 times a day to the area until it is healed. Aloe also contains cooling properties similar to menthol which makes it a great way to sooth sunburns. It acts as a protective layer on the skin and helps replenish its moisture. When the skin is hydrated, then it will recover faster from the sunburn.



Natural Shaving Gel and Aftershave
Aloe Vera is anti-inflammatory thanks to its enzymes and with its high water content, it is very hydrating. It provides a smooth surface on your skin giving you a very close shave. Aloe also can be used as an aftershave to prevent razor burn.

Wrinkle Repair
Skin loves Vitamins C and E which are present in Aloe, helping to improve skins firmness and keep it hydrated. Combining virgin coconut oil can make a creamier way to supplement nutrients, essential fats and moisture. Aloe Vera gel penetrates skin almost four times faster than water, and its super emollient qualities help it moisturize the under layers of skin.


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Cold and Flu
Aloe Vera boosts the immune system. It contains a long list of Phytonutrients. It contains Vitamin A, B, C, E. It contains a long list of minerals, plant sterols and enzymes.

Vitamin B12 for Vegans
The main medicinal use of aloe vera is to support and improve bacteria flora. In addition aloe vera contains the correct combinations of minerals that the bacteria needs to produce Vitamin B12.

Energy Booster
Another medicinal use of aloe vera is boosting energy levels. This is due to the vitamin b complexes and other nutrients that aid in converting a higher percentage of the food in your stomach to energy.


Eliminating Dandruff
Mix it with your shampoo, hair conditioner, and other hair care products. Or….before bedtime wet hair thoroughly with aloe vera juice and allow to dry. Rinse thoroughly in the morning.

Menstrual Cramps
Aloe vera gel and black pepper: Take a spoon of the gel with a pinch of pepper three times a day till you get relief.


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Hair Smoother
Aloe vera gel fights frizz in hair and is a great replacement for expensive styling products.


hand sanitizer

Natural Hand Sanitizer
Combine 5-10 drops lavender essential oil; 30 drops tea tree essential oil; 1 Tablespoon witch hazel; 8 ounces 100% pure aloe vera gel. Add several drops of Vitamin E oil as a natural preservative to increase shelf life of this product. (It will also help soften hands!)

Leave-in Conditioner/Scalp Soother
Mix aloe vera gel with a little rosemary essential oil and a few drops of Vitamin E oil, squirt on scalp and ends of hair.  Do not rinse, and this mixture soothes an itchy scalp and softens hair.



Natural Mouthwash
Make a homemade aloe vera mouthwash by mixing 2 ounces of Aloe Vera Gel; 3 teaspoons of baking soda; 1 ounce of water, preferably room temperature; 1 teaspoon of lemon juice, and 5 – 10 drops peppermint essential oil.  Rinse..and repeat!

Regularity Booster
A daily intake of 2-3 tablespoons of aloe vera gel will act like a general tonic and as a mild regulator of the bowels.

upset stomach

Aloe vera juice can be effective in aiding digestion, soothing an upset stomach, and providing relief for heartburn.

Cholesterol Lowering
Studies have shown that drinking aloe vera juice can safely lower cholesterol over time.

Aloe Vera gel softens and soothes this painful and itchy skin condition.  Just apply the gel directly on the skin three times a day for about a month. Studies show an almost 85 percent effective rate of this disease.


Acne Treatment
Aloe Vera clears acne by removing the dead cells, thus opening the skin pores and removal of the blocked oil. Apply directly on the outbreak. Scars that have been left by acne can also be treated with aloe.

Shingles which is the adult version of chickenpox, usually occurs in adults with a low immune system. Aloe Vera can be used on painful shingles caused by the herpes virus. By applying aloe directly on the open sores it dilates the blood vessels, which aids in healing the wounds.

Sheep Artificial Insemination (you can’t make this stuff up!)
Aloe vera gel can be used to dilute sheep semen for artificial insemination.



Aloe Vera protects against both types of ultraviolet rays that cause premature aging and that cause sunburn and skin darkening of the sun.

Personal Lubricant
Aloe Vera works as an excellent personal lubricant. Not only does it soothe and heal the delicate areas around the sexual and reproductive organs in both men and women but also provides great natural moisturizing.


Deodorizing Body Spray
Make a refreshing deodorizing spray from aloe and citrus. Combine 7 oz distilled water; 1 oz aloe vera gel; 60 drops mandarin essential oil (or sweet orange). Spray onto hands and/or feet as needed to remove sweat or stickiness. Let dry naturally.

Dyed Hair Treatment
Use aloe after dying your hair. It moisturizes and gives it a brilliant and healthy look without the greasy feel of other balms.


hair detangler

Hair Detangler
Mix one teaspoon of aloe vera gel with a couple drops of glycerin and grapefruit oil, half a teaspoon of grapeseed extract and eight ounces of clean water. Keep this solution in a spray bottle, spraying lightly while in the shower. Keep in mind that citrus oils are sensitive to sun rays, so use caution before heavy sun exposure.


canker sore

Eliminating Canker Sores
Aloe vera contains vitamins as well as amino acids that help repair damaged tissues. Research has found that canker sore sufferers who applied aloe vera gel healed about 50 per cent faster than those who didn’t.

Vaginal Yeast Infections
You can treat a vaginal infection by applying Aloe externally and by drinking the gel for its anti-fungal properties. Four to six ounces aloe vera gel daily can help manage Candida colonies in the body naturally and to help keep Candida in check. Moreover, continued use may prevent further infections from occurring.


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Pet Care
Aloe vera gel makes a great cleaner for your dog’s ears. It cleans, deodorizes and acidifies your pup’s ears so they stay healthier. Place a small amount of pure aloe vera gel in your pet’s ears. Allow your dog to shake head and dab any excess away with a cotton ball. Use once a week and after swimming. Use aloe gel to treat your pet’s flaking, itching skin or to soothe poison ivy and poison oak rashes. Aloe vera juice has been used internally to treat arthritis in older dogs.

Hunters Helper
Hunters in Africa routinely rub their bodies with aloe to reduce sweating and mask their natural odor from animals.


nail biting

Nail-Biting Solution
Brush a child’s fingernails with aloe vera juice, which has a very bitter taste to discourage nail biting.

Weight Loss
Researchers have found that drinking aloe vera juice lowers blood sugar, a positive effect for those with type 2 diabetes or metabolic syndrome. Scientists believe that by keeping blood sugar low, you’ll lose weight.

Dark Armpits
Rub some aloe vera gel under your arms to get rid of dark skin under the armpits.


aloe vera mask

Reduce Pore Size 
Remove the peel from one cucumber and chop the cucumber roughly. Combine the cucumber, 50 grams of aloe vera gel and 50 milliliters (a little more than 1.5 ounces) of water in a blender. Mix until the ingredients are smooth and creamy. Smooth the aloe vera cream mixture over your face. Do not rinse it off. Keep the cream on your face overnight. Rinse the cream off of your face in the morning. Wash your face and apply a toner to remove any leftover residue. Let the toner dry and apply a moisturizer as the last step.

Combating Anemia
Using aloe vera promotes the production of more red blood cells in your body and fight off anemia.


arthritis pain

Relieving Arthritis Pain
Because of its anti-inflammatory properties you can reduce the inflammation of the joints and the resulting pain by applying aloe vera gel to the area where you are experiencing the pain.

Alleviating Earaches
A few drops of aloe vera juice can bring a good amount of relief if you are having ear pain.



And last but by no means LEAST……….

Do-It-Yourself Body Glitter
Just put a few ounces of the gel into a clean cosmetics jar, and mix in ultra fine cosmetic glitter until you get the desired consistency and sparkle!

A word of caution…..

If you don’t grow your own aloe vera (which is VERY easy to do!), make sure you buy pure, organic aloe vera gel without added dyes or fragrances. Read labels before buying products that contain aloe. Some products contain harmful additives and chemicals.

 So how’s THAT for a comprehensive list of the MANY, MANY uses for this Elixir of Longevity?

What are YOUR favorite aloe vera uses? 


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  1. Tracy says

    Thank you so much for this article! I am excited to try a few of these things! I have a question though. Can you purchase the aloe vera gel in the department/drug stores or do you have to get yourself an aloe plant to use at home. I was wondering because I didn’t know if the aloe gel at the stores has additives or if it is 100% aloe….AND I can’t grow plants. I look at them and they die! So I’m hoping I can use the stuff you buy at the store. Thank you! keep up the good work! I love this site! I am a daily reader!

    • Rita says


      For colds I use garlic. When my husband had a humdinger of a cold, I gave him Top Ramen mixed with 9 cloves of par cooked garlic cloves. It was gone the next day and he went to work.

      I also use colloidal silver that I make and put an Airborne in about 3 oz silver. No, no one turned blue! It knocked on symptoms I had yesterday.

      Lots of stuff for colds. Not sure how Aloe Vera would work, but it can give you diarrhea so I avoid it internally. Love external uses, though.

  2. says

    Great article! Aloe is a good moisturizer for those teens (and others) who have oily skin because it soaks in with no greasiness. I’m a curly-head and so I’ve used aloe gel as a hair gel with great results. Cheap, no chemicals, and moisturizing. Right now the aloe gel (clear, 100%) is on sale in W—mart since summer is over. I wouldn’t drink it but it’s good for skin/hair.

    • Donna says

      Jody, I have a teen daughter who is very curly headed. Has hair down below her shoulder and it is very fuzzy after drying. We have tried the commerical frizz control “soothers” and they just make her hair look greasy. Could you tell me how/how much you use the aloe gel to soothe your curly hair? Thanks.

  3. Karen says

    Hey…it’s me “Karen” :-)

    Thanks so much for taking my idea and providing a lot more ways to use this great product. I learn so nuch from your site and always look forward to applying your suggestions. Keep up the great work!

  4. says

    My mother was just talking about this last week. She grabbed her curling iron from the wrong side, burning the inside of her hand. She ran to her aloe plant, broke off a leaf and squeezed the juice and pulp all over the burn, and in 10 minutes the pain stopped and no blister or mark ever appeared. She swears by it, even bought me a plant to put in my house…LOL

    • Karen says

      My Dad always had an aloe plant in the garden outside the kitchen where ever we lived. You burn yourself, you go to the plant and break off a piece. I remember one time daddy splitting the leaf and wrapping it around for something, but I can’t remember what. Mom didn’t dig up the plant when she sold the house, I wish I had thought of it.

      My dad (may he rest in peace) could have been a man’s man version of Jillee’s blog with all the tips and ideas he knew, household fixes, the ‘magic box’ of tools he kept in the truck, he could figure out how to fix anything, the box was an actual wooden cube that he built with a recessed lid, so it was a stool for sitting, he was a real good cook too, and excellent marksman.

  5. Trixie says

    Probably 10 years ago, someone gave my mom a piece of an aloe very plant that had just been plopped into a mop bucket. There was no dirt in the bucket except for what was attached to the roots of the plant. Mama always intended to replant it but never really quite decided on the perfect spot, so it stayed in the bucket. Well, Mama has been gone from us for 2 1/2 years and that bucket is cracked broken and in serious need to be thrown out, but that plant still lives and thrives in the bucket. Seriously, I don’t even think it would hold more than an inch or two of water anymore and there is still no dirt in there but that plant will NOT die. So, if you’re thinking you can’t grow aloe vera, I’m here to tell you that yes you can!

    (P.S. – the bucket sits on the back patio at my Dad’s house near San Antonio, TX. He doesn’t water it, he doesn’t fertilize it, he doesn’t move it so it gets ideal sunlight, NOTHING. It just sits there and thrives)

    • Jacqui says

      Me too!!
      What are your reactions? I have never met someone else that is allergic to aloe. For me it really dries out my skin, at one point my hands actually cracked and bled because I was using soap for a few weeks that had aloe in it (it was in the dispenser at work, and I hadn’t checked).

      • Teresa says

        My husband and I are both allergic to aloe. And yes Jacqui we have exactly the same reaction, in addition to incredibly bad peeling of the skin (think terrible sunburn). We have a very had time finding products without it, we just recently figured out why we have been having itchy skin despite removing aloe from our house. Did you know the little lubricating strip on all the razors have aloe in them?!?!?! Recently the only baby wipes we had found just dropped their one product that was aloe free so we had to go looking again for an alternative. It’s really irritating having aloe be labeled as hypoallergenic because it’s NOT. Allergies to aloe are much more common than originally believed.

        Oh by the way if you have an aloe allergy you need to avoid onions and green onions they are of the same family. We love onions but ended up with intestinal bleeding from eating them (imagine what aloe does to your skin, doing the same thing to your sensitive GI tract! not fun)

      • Kristen says

        As soons as it hits my skin it starts burning, I get hives, then I get the dried out cracking skin. Real fun on the face I can tell ya lol
        Aloe is the reason Ive become a fan of Jillee..I can make my own stuff, aloe free.

      • nan says

        The Aloe plant that can be purchased at the supermarket or healthstore. Nothing in a bottle. Its large has sap inside. Not a bottled or soap item is what you need.
        My mom broke out from an aloe gel. Its man made. the natural plant probably will not cause allergy. Never ingest a man made item. The sap I take and my mom who had stage 4 lung cancer takes it and swears by it. I give to my child. Its so healthy.

  6. Tay says

    I love this post! I also wanted to add that my husband has mild IC (interstitial Cystitis) and he takes aloe gel pill when it acts up or before he is going to drink alcohol that triggers it and it gets rid of all of his symptoms!
    LOVE your blog keep up the great work :)

  7. Jessica says

    I want to grow my own Aloe Vera plant but I heard that the gel it produces is more potent when it comes from Arizon or other southern, warm states. I live in Washington State and I fear that if I grow an Aloe Plant, it won’t be potent enough. (I’m not sure potent is the correct word to use here. I had a friend tell me that the Aloe from a plant from Arizona worked much better on a sunburn then his mother’s plants from Idaho.) Has anyone had success growing Aloe plants in cold, wet climates?

    • maggie says

      Hi Jessica,
      I am from the bottom of the South Ssland in New Zealand and have been growing aloe indoors.
      It does not grow very big so not a lot of gel but what it does produce is ample.
      We have winter temps of minus 6 and lower (celceius) and summer temps of around 28 degrees.
      I pop the plant outside on good days.Hope thats a help.

    • Voxann says

      My husband owns very large aloe vera plants for years. Aloe veras, of course, will not thrive below 50 degrees. Cold kills the plant because of all the gel inside the leaves are filled with water. We live in Texas where winters are very short with no snow but can get cold below 50 even freezing on some days below 30. Bringing aloe veras indoors during winter before the 50 degree hits is very important to protecting your aloe plants from the cold. Be warned… aloe veras WILL make a lot of “babies” so when a pot gets really full, you’ll end up buying more pots to move them there… LOL.

      Anyway, I think as long as you keep your aloe plants very healthy and more bright green by taking very good care of it and its gel will be effective on your skin. Keep in mind to water it when necessary (dont overwater!), give it good sun outside or put the aloe in front of a window during winter, bring it indoors to keep it alive, and you’ll become a green thumb! It doesn’t matter where you live, it’s how you take care of your aloe.

  8. says

    Thank you for this comprehensive article about the great Aloe plant. I just put mine on the porch, from the garden, in preparation for its indoor hiatus from the cold weather. I was wondering what I can do to ensure that it’s free of insect larvae or other infestations before I bring it in. I want to use an insecticide (natural) that will not injure or contaminate it. Any advice….
    Thanks again.

  9. PippaP says

    Believe it or not, I was told by a Japanese woman a few years ago that this is her cure-all. Drink a solution made up of one or two leaves (the whole thing) with one shot of vodka, mixed together in a blender. She drinks this every morning and has for years and swears by it! She says that overall she enjoys great health and attributes it to this treatment. Personally, I would drink it at night if I did this, but I haven’t felt the need to try it yet. Maybe when I start experiencing health problems?

  10. Jacqui says

    I’m allergic to aloe. Everything good it does for others, it does the opposite for me. Instead of moisturizing my skin, it completely dries it out, even to the point that it made my skin crack and bleed :’(
    I love that there are so many benefits from aloe for others, but it has made it extremely difficult for me to find any beauty products that do not have aloe in it.

  11. Donna says

    “Karen”, for the hives, how often do you apply the aloe? Like you, we have tried almost everything and anything you can think of for hives on my almost 9 year old daughter, and nothing seems to work. I would like to try this and would be soooooo happy if it worked!

  12. Shana says


    Now I am going to have to go buy an aloe plant!!! I told my husband I am going to try and find a plant tomorrow and he just rolled his eyes (I do not have a great history of growing plants, although if it can live in a broken bucket with no dirt surely to goodness I can’t kill it!).


  13. Laura says

    After reading this, I put some aloe (fresh from the plant) on my aching knee. Within a few minutes, I was pain free!! It had been hurting for weeks because of an injury, and I am so tired of taking pain relievers. Tried it the next evening just to be sure it wasn’t a coincidence, and it worked again. So happy!!

  14. Carlisle says

    As Jillee said, purchase only 100% aloe vera gel, preferably organic. I have found it at Whole Foods or other health food stores. It is amazing to use on skin undergoing radiation treatment for cancer. I used it 3 times/day (eventually 4 times/day), but not within a couple of hours before radiation. Just let it dry on your skin. I had absolutely no burning or skin darkening or pain.

  15. wendy H. says

    I have an aloe plant and use it frequently. I had a rash under my breasts all throuth the heat of summer(were in New Jersey so its cooler now), come to find out the culpret was a new bre. didn’t wick moisture away. Anywhoo after using tea tree oil with a dramatis result I could not get rid of the last little bit. And the tea tree dries out must sensative skin. So I cut a leaf of aloe cut it open and just rubbed the whole area . I only had to do it three times and I was healed. The dry skin literally fell off. Needless to say I was convinced of aloe’s amazing healing power, andI didn’t have to resort to chemical creams from “BIG PHARMA”. So happy!!!!

  16. pkmckechnie says

    I just started drinking aloe vera juice to alleviate my diverticulos problem. It’s only been two days, but I already feel much, much better. I will continue to keep aloe vera juice part of my daily regimine from now on. I’ve believe in it’s medicinal powers.

  17. Veronica says

    In my southamerican country every house has a aloe plant, is supposed to be good luck, but a lot of people used as homemade remedies, I love putting it on my skin but itches, I have also eat the gel, doesn’t taste good but it helps your skin from in out

  18. Noni says

    When my aloe plants just grows out of the pot and falls off, I just stick it in a bag and stash it in the freezer……..COLD aloe works exceptionally well on those bug bites, burns, etc. And it is always handy. Also throw some in the cooler when you have an outside event. It is very handy and you will be very pleased and surprised!

  19. Lacey Dawn says

    Aloe is also great for diaper rash. My niece has such bad rash her little tush BLEEDS at times when she has a flare up! My parents house (in Florida) has multiple aloe plans & they just break off a piece, slit it open and rub. It is one of the few things that gives her any relief.

  20. andrew van de vyer says

    My Dad had a nick for attracting stray animals. I remember him using aloe vera on a dog which had a “white eye” (eye competely covered with what seemed to be a white haze, similar to a blind eye). Wihin days the eye was bright and the whiteness had completely disappeared! Great stuff – I use it for all kinds af things!

  21. says

    Interesting post. Thanks for the mention all helpful information about aloe vera uses in regular life for healthy skin. I would like use once aloe vera products for my skin. After reading this post i am getting very good information for uses about aloe vera. Thank you for posting. Have Nice Day.

  22. Kamiahr says

    I thought I’d share one of my experiences with aloe vera. My late grandfather used to be on high doses of Coumadin to keep his blood thin due to heart conditions. As a side effect he would get huge bruises all over his arms from just barely rubbing up against something or bumping into something. The bruises would take 6+ months to heal. One day my mom decided to try spraying some aloe vera on his bruises to see if it helped them. It took a few days but we were absolutely AMAZED by how fast they started to disappear. He literally went from having his arms covered in bruises to having none at all (except for newly acquired bruises) within a 2-3 week period. He would spray it on several times every day or whenever he thought of it and the result was fantastic.

  23. Dawn says

    I was recently bitten on my thumb by one of my cats. Both her canines went directly into the pad of my thumb. I almost instantly got infected and got myself to the doctor the next day for antibiotics. It was incredibly painful and so swollen I didn’t know how I would be able to do daily office tasks. I tried soaking with warm compresses, put in an epsom salt soak to draw out infection, and just avoided using it as much as possible.

    And then I decided to harvest some aloe from one of my plants – not for my thumb, but for my facial moisturizer. Lo and behold, some of the gel hit my thumb and the pain disappeared! I couldn’t believe it! I spent the day swabbing the area over and over with a piece of aloe leaf. I’m convinced the aloe helped get rid of the infection, cut the pain by 90%, allowed the area to heal quicker.

  24. Elle says

    I’ve been using organic aloe vera as a makeup primer. I wanted one to help my foundation sit better, and as a moisturizer before applying makeup, but I was horrified at all the chemicals present in commercial primers (not to mention the cost).

    I read in beauty forums that many ladies, including some who said they were makeup artists, opt for aloe. I’ve been trying it for a month and I love it. I won’t go back to anything else, and I do also think it’s helping with some of my acne scars.

    Thanks for this post, I can’t wait to try some of these other uses.

  25. Amanda says

    We just toured the Aloe factory on Aruba. The lady cut a large aloe leaf off the plant and let it sit in a wooden trough. Out came a brown liquid that surrounds the gel. This is the part of the plant that is the laxative and was what was harvested and dried and sent to the big pharma to make laxatives. When big pharma switched to cheaper chemicals, this company had to reinvent themselves. The tour guide let the liquid drain and then cut the gel out. She said she rinses it in water and then puts about a 2x2inch piece in her smoothie. She said everyone on the island uses the aloe for many uses.

  26. says

    Hi there, I really love your site. I’m also a big fan of DIY and of course aloe vera. I always like to research topics in depth and I wanted to share my findings as well as recieve your opinion from your experience.
    1. There are a lot of different breeds of Aloe Vera that differ in how effective they are
    2. Only bottom leaves of min 2 year old AV have the full healing power
    3. AV is astrigent so better not to put it pure on face but mix it with an oil (I noticed it on myself and I always mix it with a carrier oil now)

    Let me know what you think!

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  28. Sylvia van Heerden says

    The gel from aloe vera leaves heals nappy rash within two days. We tried this on my grandson, Matthew, who was born prematurely at 7 months, and it worked wonderfully. We never used any other products but the aloe vera gel until he was out of nappies.

  29. Vesta Franceski says

    Aloe vera is a succulent plant species that probably native plant originated in northern Africa. The species does not have any naturally occurring populations, although closely related aloes do occur in northern Africa.

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