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US Brand : Ayur Herbal Shampoo
Manufacturers : Ayur Herbal
ALOE VERA HERBAL SHAMPOO * Perfect Herbal Shampoo with Imported Conditioner * Strengthens Hair Roots and Prevents Hair Loss. * Fully made of Natural Herbals. * Prevents Dandruff and makes Hair Shiny. Best for Dye applied Hair. * Prevents Hair Itching and Protects the Hair from Tying up / Inter Locking with each other. * Contains no Chemical Salts. * Treat yourself and your Hair with long-lasting Beauty. Ingredients: Aloe Vera Gel with extracts from Amla, Hibiscus, Henna, Soapnut, Areetha blended with Mild Surfactant and Imported Conditioner. Directions for Use: Wet Hair, lather and Massage for few minutes and rinse thoroughly. Avoid retaining of Shampoo in Hair for long time due to Nature's Coolness of Aloe Vera.
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Aloe Vera Natures Magical Medicine
Science has made many breakthroughs in the areas of skin care, digestive health , blood flow and immunity but with all the patents files for these discoveries, medical researchers are still upbeat about Aloe Vera which comes straight from nature and has properties that address range of health issues and personal care needs in the form of natural herbal alternatives. While extracts from plants have often been used in healthcare products, the versatility and application areas of Aloe Vera is still growing with a range of products developed on it's unique medicinal properties.
What is Aloe Vera, Where does it come from?
Aloe is a plant related to the cactus family, with thick pointed leaves that contain the oozing gel with herbal and medicinal properties. It is generally found in dry arid regions around the world, that's why almost every culture has listed Aloe and its healing properties. Aloe leaves are tough, fleshy and contain a gel like substance with over 200 nutrients, including 18 amino acids and a variety of vitamins and minerals. This multi-purpose plant fuses benefits for skin, dental, and digestive among others.
What are the properties & application areas for Aloe Vera?
Some of the healing and curative properties of Aloe Vera include:
Natural Anti-Inflammatory Properties
Aloe hasnatural anti-inflammatory properties that help subsiding mouth and stomach ulcers. Aloe Vera gel may be incorporated in mouthwashes for better usage. A study conducted on the patients of mouth and stomach ulcer, showed comprehensible positive results of decreased clinical symptoms and pain on majority of patients.
Relief for Numerous Skin Conditions
The thick liquid from the cut leaves is used in gels for sores, minor cuts, and sunburnt skin for a soothing and healing effect. Aloe has an ability to promote collagen formation, on which our skin depends for strength, structure and a healthy look.Our skin needs to be maintained on a daily basis. When our skin loses moisture, Aloe can replenish and revitalize the skin.
Immune System Support
Aloe Veracontains many vitamins and minerals, amino acids, enzymes, and polysaccharides, including other micronutrients. These micronutrients help boost each of the 60 trillion cells in our body by providing an improved digestion, by increasing "friendly good" bacteria and rejuvenate and help increase the body's immune system. Of course, an increased immune function means healthy body and faster recovery from any illness.
Regulates Blood Pressure
Aloe Vera is said to strengthen blood vessels, as it contains carboxypeptidase thatinactivatesblood vessel dilating protein bradykinin. If there is too much bradykinin in the blood, it can weaken and damage the blood vessels, causing internal bleeding.
Balances pH levels
Maintaining the right pH balance in the body is crucial to good health. If the blood is too acidic, it can lead to free radical damage in your blood vessels. High blood pressure and other serious health complications can result from this. Since Aloe Vera is an alkaline plant, therefore it keeps your blood at its normal pH level.
Gastrointestinal and Digestive Health Support
Aloe Vera contains enzymes that act as a carrier and support 3-10 times better absorption of nutrients when taken before meals and supplements. Signs of improper digestion besides a lack of energy are gas, bloating, constipation and burping. Aloe also helps in increased absorption of Vitamin C which leads to better blood circulation and digestion. Having 1 glass of Aloe Vera juice before meals is often advised for better digestion.
Anti-Fungal and Anti-Bacterial Properties
An extract of Aloe Vera, Carrisyn, helps stimulate the production of infection-fighting blood cells according to studies.
Promotes Healing of Bones and Joints
Aloe Vera's anti-inflammatory properties work wonderfully on both inside and outside the body. Aloe Vera juice promotes the healing of bones and joints, reducing swelling caused by arthritis, in addition to healing internal tissue damage.
Aloe Vera, the green wonder
Studies show that daily intake of Aloe Vera reduces the risk of leukaemia, kidney disease, and heart disease. Aloe Verajuice is also used to help treat and heal asthma, prevents kidney stones, and stabilizes blood sugar levels for diabetics. It is used to prevent and treat candida infections, haemorrhoids, insomnia, vaginitis and leg cramps.
What kind of Aloe Vera products can be found?
Based on these properties as well as the application areas, there are a range of Aloe Vera based herbal products especially in the areas of body care and skin care products. From more generic multi-purpose Aloe Vera gel to more specific skin care products such as foot cream, acne / pimple cream, face cleansers, sun blocks, moisturizers, face packs and more, the extract is used across a wide array of personal care offerings.
Off the shelf Aloe Vera products can include:
Hair Care Products
Multipurpose Topical Skin Gels
Face Wash & Cleaners
Skin healing products for bites, burns, wounds
Face masks and scrubs
Should you be worried about any side effects from Aloe Vera?
While Aloe Vera is considered to be a safe herbal ingredient used as a herbal alternative which doesn't need a doctors prescription there are some side effects associated with it. However, it's interesting to note that most of the known side effects are generally linked to ingestion and not as much with external uses with the exception of mild allergic reactions or a mild rash in a very small number of cases. Since Aloe Vera is known to have a laxative effect, ingestion could have the effect of most laxatives such as stomach cramps, irritable bowel and electrolyte reduction in the body however, in terms of external use the risks of side effects are comparatively on the lower side. Aloe Vera is generally considered low risk in terms of side effects.
Though Aloe Vera is called the "Lily of the Desert", since it grows in the desert, it's not among the latest of discoveries. In fact it's been known to have been used historically for it's benefits as far back as 4000 years. know, Both Queen Nefertiti and Queen Cleopatra have supposed to include this innocuous plant in their rigorous beauty regime. Despite the long standing history, studies and development around this plant still continue today with more being learnt about it's application areas and new products being introduced based on it's abilities.