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Aloe Vera Myths

Many people consider aloe vera to be the miraculous and magical plant since it has properties that provide benefits in terms of beauty and health; however, some of these benefits have been misinterpreted and over the years they are considered a myth. That is why today we want to tell you which are true and which are not:

Let's start!

"Aloe Vera cures diabetes"

FALSE. Aloe vera can help lower blood sugar levels, improve insulin sensitivity, and lower blood cholesterol and triglycerides. However, it is important to remember that aloe vera is not a cure for diabetes and should always be used in conjunction with other treatments recommended by a doctor.

“Aloe is a good bactericide for the stomach" TRUE. Its bactericidal component and its enzymes allow to regulate the system.

“It is recommended for children and pregnant women”

FALSE and TRUE. It is not advisable to consume aloe vera in the case of pregnancy and young children. But it can benefit wounds or improve stretch marks when used on the skin. In this case, it is important that its use is consulted by a trusted doctor.

“It helps to regenerate hair”

TRUE. Hair loss, dandruff and oily scalp can be reduced thanks to aloe vera

“Your gel is good for the skin”

TRUE. It is highly recommended because it nourishes it and at the same time regulates its PH; in addition to having a bactericidal effect.

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