About AloVera

Aloe Vera is one of the oldest known medicinal plants gifted by nature. 

Aloe Vera

Aloe barbadensis Miller (also known as Aloe vera), a member of the family Liliacae, is cultivated for its thick fleshy leaves from which many substances are obtained. In the past, the yellow resinous latex that exudes from the leaves was used as a laxative or purgative (Cheney, 1970). Because of Aloe gel's reputation as a folk remedy for burns and wounds, some people keep one or more plants readily available at home. Starting more than 50 years ago, the gel in the parenchyma cells of the leaf was being processed and marketed as a drink product. Today, the industry is flourishing and the gel is being used in many products such as fresh gel, juice, and other formulations for health, medical, and cosmetic purposes (Blitz et al., 1963, Cera et al., 1980; Genet and van Schooten, 1992; Morton, 1961). 

As Aloe marketing increases, many more people are purchasing creams, ointments, juices, and even facial tissue and shampoo containing the gel of Aloe. Of the many Aloe-based products on the market, some contain Aloe as claimed, whereas others may not or may have insufficient amounts of Aloe than that shown on their labels. The expanding Aloe industry urgently needed a way to police itself by developing test procedures and a reliable database so that a product claiming to have Aloe could be tested and certified (Waller, 1992). This certification not only could reduce fraudulent claims, but also would build consumer confidence in Aloe products.

One problem in certifying various products was the lack of needed reliable data. With the development of an Aloe database, products' quality can be continually monitored and certification revoked if standards are not being met. The International Aloe Science Council (IASC), the certifying body of the Aloe industry, needs to know the content and levels of certain constituents in the raw Aloe materials and how these levels fluctuate with different harvest times in plants grown at various locations. A study was initiated in April 1991 with support from the IASC to develop certain baseline information that could be used by IASC as part of a certification program for Aloe products. A preliminary report covering the first 33 weeks of data was previously published (Wang and Strong, 1993). 

It is one of the oldest known medicinal plants. It is mentioned in Holy Vedas, Ramayana, Bible, Quran, and Ancient. Egyptian and Chinese History, Cleopatra queen of Egypt used Aloevera for preservation of her beauty. Alexander the Great fought a battle for soccotra island, where Aloevera grows, in 333 BC for his wounded soldiers, Mahatma Gandhi described the nutritional value of Aloevera during his long fasting in 19th Century.

Aloevera is a semitropical plant. There are around 300 species but only three have medicinal value. These three are:
1.  Aloevera Barbadensis
2.  Aloevera Ferox
3.  Aloevera Pari baker

The most potent is “Aloevera Barbadensis” its belong to Liliaceae family. According to different languages its manes are as below:

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