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Nature's Miracle Plant
Aloe vera is Mother Nature's prescription for healthy hair
Aloe vera is a plant of many surprises and wonders. Whether you use it as a vital ingredient in beauty products or it is consumed as a dietary supplement. It has been used for its medicinal purposes since the ancient times, but only recently has it enjoyed a rediscovery and subsequent popularity explosion.
Aloe Vera has been used by Native Americans and in the Caribbean to promote healthy hair and prevent hair loss. Aloe's positive effects on the skin are well known, and likewise it can help the scalp by healing it and balancing the pH level of the scalp while cleansing the pores.
As far back as ancient Egypt, aloe was referred to as the "plant of Immortality" and engraved images in the tombs of pharaohs depict aloe use by healers of the day. Famous for her beauty, Cleopatra was said to combine aloe and lotions to make a skin moisturizer. Alexander the Great conquered the island of Socotra for access to it's aloe vera, to treat his wounded troops.
Aloe is a fairly small plant for such big accolades. It is commonly mistaken as a species of cactus, but it is actually a species of Liliaceae, or the lily family. It has firm, spear-shaped leaves that, when broken open, reveal a gelatinous substance inside. This gel is one of the therapeutic substances derived from this green wonder.
There are more than 200 varieties of aloe, but there is one in particular that is thought to be healing: aloe vera.
The Naturceutics' researchers have studied the benefits of aloe vera and have included it as the base ingredient in all of the company's hair maintenance products.
Aloe vera is often used as a topical applicationfor burns. Some people grow aloe aloe vera as a houseplant to have it on hand for just such occasions. Aloe vera contains over 75 known active ingredients including a wide range of Vitamins, Antioxidants, Minerals, Calcium, Essential Amino Acids, Sugars, Digestive Enzymes, Anti-Inflammatory Enzymes, Plant Sterols, Lignin, Saponins, Anthraquinones and more. Aloe vera contains many components, including Vitamins A, B, C, and E.
Aloe vera products have many benefits to the overall health of the hair. It helps heal any damage on the scalp, balance the pH level, cleans the pores, prevents excessive hair loss, relieves scaly or itchy scalp, oily hair or dandruff, renew cycle within the follicles, regulate sebaceous function, and maintain proper physiological balance in the scalp. And one of the biggest benefits of aloe vera is it helps reduce seborrhoea.
Aloe vera has powerful moisturizing qualities as well, as the famed Cleopatra knew, and Naturceutics, Inc. offers the Nature's PrescriptionTM aloe vera based hair maintenance system for today's consumers. Customers have stated that they have noticed dramatic results after only one use. Nature's PrescriptionTM aloe vera based products work better than water based products.
Ultimate Aloe 100% whole Leaf Aloe Juice
A rejuvenating tonic made from 100% Aloe vera. Ultimate Aloe contains 200 nutrients and is rich in enzymes, vitamins and minerals containing 13 of the 17 essential minerals needed for good nutrition.
Studies have suggested that aloe, when consumed orally, imparts a wealth of health benefits, including aiding digestion, maintaining cardiovascular health and support ing the immune system.
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