ALOE VERA is a species of succulent plant that is probably native to northern Africa. The species does not exhibit natural populations, although other aloes are present in North Africa. The species is often used in phytotherapy from the beginning of the 1st century CE, being mentioned in the New Testament. ALOE VERA extracts are widely used in cosmetics and alternative medicine, claiming that they have rejuvenation, healing or analgesic properties. However, there is no clear scientific evidence of the efficacy or safety of using ALOE VERA extract for cosmetic or medical purposes, and the evidence that emerges is often contradicted by other studies. There is only some preliminary evidence that ALOE VERA extracts may be useful in the treatment of diabetes and high levels of lipids in the human body. These positive effects seem to be due to the presence of compounds such as manganese, anthraquinone and lectins.
Substances that it contains, together with the chemical composition of the plant, ensures that it has the effect of improving or even curing some diseases such as diabetes, arthritis, hepatitis, cancer, HIV, cardiovascular disease, leukemia, psoriasis, dermatitis, being named in different studies “miracle plant”. (Wikipedia)
Way of ussage:
Pour about 500 g of bath salt into the tub and fill with hot water (approx. 35-40l). The bath can last 15-30 minutes, after which the salt is not washed, in order not to diminish the effect of the “salt coat”. A minimum of 10 bath treatments is recommended, one bath a day every 1-2 days. The contents of the box are sufficient for 10 occasions.
- degenerative rheumatic disorders: spondylosis, osteoarthritis
- inflammatory rheumatic disorders: chronic joint pain (except acute attacks)
- rheumatic disorders of the joints: periostosis, tendinosis, myosis, tendomiosis, periarthritis
- Ankylosing spondylitis
- gynecological disorders
- dermatological disorders: Psoriasis
- post-traumatic disorders: post-traumatic joint injuries, recoveries after operations on bones, muscles, tendons, joints, recoveries after fractures, sprains, dislocations
- peripheral neurological disorders: mild paresis, sequelae after polyneuropathy, sequelae after polio
- respiratory disorders
- high blood pressure
- heart failure
- pulmonary tuberculosis