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Aloevera or Ghritkumari is a famous herb used in Ayurveda since long time ago. It is known with the scientific name, Aloe barbadensis. It belongs to the family liliaceae. It is perennial, xerophytic, shrubby and pea green colour plant. These stems are stout and thick. It grows up to 80 to 100 cm in length. The root system is of fibrous type. The plant has thick, lanceolate, fleshy leaves having sharp points. These leaves can grow up to 18 inches long and 2 inches wide. These are of green to grey green colour. The leaves are evenly long and of triangular shape. The leaves of the plant consists of three layers, inner layer has 99% water and other 1% is filled with biochemical. Middle layer is formed of latex, have yellow colour sap in it. Last is the outer layer, a thick layer made of 15 to 20 cells, protects the whole plant. The leaves of the plants are rich in water so it can survive for years and years. The leaves has spiky type margins. Flowers of the kumari is cylindrical, pendulous and of dense racemes. These are of yellow colour and long up to 2 to 3 cm. the roots of the plants are thick and fibrous. The plant fruits are of triangular shape and containing plenty of seeds in it.
It helps to stabilize blood sugar level, hence is good for diabetes.It is helpful to cure burns and other skin disorders.It give relief from wounds and ulcers.It prevents growth of acne and moisturizes the skin.It helps to treat fungus, insect bites, herpes, vaginal infections and allergic reactions.Its juice is a tonic in conditions like jaundice, amenorrhea and piles.It is antiseptic, helps to kill many of viruses and bacteria.It helps to alkalize the body, balances acid production and treats constipation.It prevents kidney stones, crohn's disease and IBS.It also controls the levels of cholesterol and oxidative stress. Aloe vera leaves contain phytochemicals under study for possible bioactivity, such as acetylated mannans, polymannans, anthraquinone C-glycosides, anthrones, other anthraquinones, such as emodin and various lectins.