Aloe ferox, is a plant which can be found in Africa and the Mediterranean, grown in Poland. The raw material is fresh juice evaporated of aloe ferox or Aloe arborescens leaves, containing antra-compounds, aloins A and B, amino acids, ale-emodin, homonatoloin and iso-barbaloin, resins, trace elements (zinc, copper, molybdenum), organic acids (succinic acid, cinnamic acid), vitamin B1 and H, polysaccharides, saponins and sterols. Aloe juice is anti-inflammatory, eliminates irritation of the gastrointestinal tract, increasing tissue sensitivity to the action of the insulin hormone, is cholagogic. Biostymina (extract of aloe leaves) is a biological stimulator. Aloe preparations are used both internally and externally (e.g. wound healing). The juice of aloe (Aloe Vera) is a part of nutritional supplements for weight loss, immunity enhance, anti-inflammatory, as well as vitamin and vitamin-mineral supplements.
Dosage: depends on the needs, the form and the type of preparation. Caution is needed in case of colon, appendicitis and ganglia diseases and held gastrointestinal surgery (removal of the ulcers). Women should avoid aloe extracts during menstruation and advanced pregnancy.
See also: Aloe Vera, aloe arborescens (Aloe-Alona)