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Oatlovers must be familiar with Aloe Vera, right? That’s right because aloe Vera is a fairly popular plant lately because of the variety of health benefits to beauty that can be felt. Aloe Vera / aloe Vera is a type of plant that has been known for thousands of years ago and is used as a hair fertilizer, wound healing, and for skin care. This plant can be found easily in arid regions of Africa.
Since ancient Egypt, aloe Vera has been known for its benefits. This plant can grow on various continents and as time goes by this plant has become very popular in various parts of the world, you know Oatlovers. The benefits of aloe Vera for health are inseparable from the variety of good nutrients contained in Oatlovers.
The nutrients contained in aloe Vera include calcium, magnesium, phosphorus, iron, sodium, zinc, foliate, antioxidants, vitamins A, B, C, and E. In addition, aloe Vera also contains several enzymes and essential amino acids. The use of Aloe Vera can be applied or consumed directly; aloe Vera is a plant that is rich in benefits because it can solve a variety of problems.
Various direct benefits when applying gel from plants called “Lily of the desert”. Here are the benefits of aloe Vera for health & beauty that Oatlovers need to know about:
Benefits of aloe Vera if consumed regularly Oatlovers is able to overcome various digestive problems, ranging from heartburn, constipation, irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), and stomach acid disease (GERD). Aloe Vera contains several enzymes and good bacteria that can support intestinal and gastric function.
Its laxative properties are ideal for improving bowel movements in the case of constipation. While the antiviral and antibacterial properties help reduce the risk of suffering from intestinal infections. The anti-inflammatory effect on aloe Vera against digestive disorders and a sense of arousal after eating Oatlovers. Finally, it also helps microbial flora in the gut. Over time, it reduces gas production.
If Oatlovers wants to maximize the moist effect of Aloe Vera Gel, Oatlovers can use it as a face mask. Oatlovers only need to apply thicker gel to the face, then leave it for 10-15 minutes or overnight as a sleeping mask.
Guaranteed Oatlovers will wake up with a more moist face and also feels fresh. If Oatlovers is lazy to wear a mask on the entire face, Oatlovers can also only apply the gel to the bottom of the eye to deal with tired eyes. This is perfect for Oatlovers who spend their daily time staring at the screen in the office!
In addition to the two benefits of aloe vera above, it turns out aloe vera soothes the skin from exposure to Oatlovers anger. Doing outdoor activities can make Oatlovers skin vulnerable to sun exposure.
When the sun is very hot, it is not uncommon for the skin to turn red as if burned. Aloe vera does work quite well because it has anti-inflammatory properties that help overcome the pain caused by sunburn. With proper use, aloe vera gel can relieve symptoms that are felt due to the calming effect that is created.
Before becoming familiar with modern medicines, many people who relied on traditional medicine used ‘living pharmacies’, aka plants that healed Oatlovers. These include aloe vera which is often used to soothe minor burns.
According to a study published by the University of Michigan, this plant has an active compound that can help reduce pain, swelling, and irritation of burning skin. The sap from the aloe vera plant Oatlovers is often used as a natural ointment to treat burns.
Not only for the face, aloe vera can be used as a mask for hair nutrition as well Oatlovers. Proteolytic enzymes on aloe vera are useful in healing and repairing damaged cells in the scalp. It can also improve the health of hair follicles and make hair growth healthier and faster. With a mask from aloe vera gel, hair will feel smoother, softer, shiny and also easy to manage. Oatlovers now just choose, want ‘mask’ before bathing, after shampooing as a conditioner, or before going to bed with the help of a shower cap.
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