Salicylic Acid | Amino Acids | Anthraquinones | Minerals | Polysaccharides | Vitamins
Countless famous scientific institutions and universities such as the Institute of Science and Medicine of Palo Alto of California, Israelís Weissman Institute, the University of Oklahoma to name but a few, have carried out detailed studies on the Aloe plant.
Basing their findings on lab tests and chemical experiments, they have discovered that the gel derived from Aloe Arborescens has a different blend of active ingredients from others making it effective as an antibiotic, antiflammatory agent, as an astringent, a coagulant, a painkiller, an encourager of cell growth, an energy booster, a nutrient, a digestive aid, a detoxifier, a healing substance and a moisturiser.
Due to its widely varied and numerous contents, from amino acids to vitamins and minerals to lipid antrachinones to polysaccharides Aloe has been defined an adaptive agent, that is capable of restoring the body's normal state of balance, intervening where cell mechanisms are out of sync.
Aloes active ingredients behave synergically, each reacting with and activating the other.
It is therefore essential that the Aloe plant is not processed in order to extract any single active ingredient that would certainly no longer have the same adaptive effect of the plant in its complete, natural form.