Monday, 14 October 2013

ALOE VERA (Ghrit Kumari in Sanskrit) - An Incredible Medicinal Plant

Aloe Vera Plant

Aloe Vera is one of the most helpful and incredible plant in the world, which is used for its medicinal properties.

Use and Benefits Of Aloe Vera :

  • Aloe Vera juice taken in empty stomach 25-50 gms in the morning cures all types of abdominal  disorder and  female diseases. It also lowers blood sugar levels .                                                         
  • Use the gel made from aloe vera plant on to your skin to remove skin rashes. Apply gel 2-3 times a day to the area until it is healed.

  • Skin loves Vitamins C and E which are present in Aloe Vera, which helps to  improve skin firmness and keeps it hydrated.
  • Aloe Vera gel also contains cooling properties to sooth  the sunburns. It acts as a protective layer on the skin and helps in replenishing its moisture.
  • Aloe Vera gel helps in reducing pigmentation and dark spots.
  • Applying pure Aloe Vera gel on pores and skin after washing, reduces annoying pimples and helps in treating acne problems.                                                                                                                                                

  • Applying Aloe Vera gel on a regular basis helps greatly to protect the skin’s youthful properties and removes the wrinkles and aging skin.
  • Aloe Vera is known to soothe and cleanse the digestive tract and helps in digestion.
  • Aloe Vera is a well-known adaptogen. An adaptogen is something that boosts the body’s natural ability to adapt to external changes and resist illness.
  • Aloe Vera is loaded with vitamins A, B1, B2, B5, B12, C, E, Folic Acid and Niacin which  helps in replenishing vitamins and amino acids to your diet.
  • Use Aloe Vera instead of conditioner for silkier, smoother hair.
  • Aloe vera strengthens gums and promotes strong, healthy teeth by taking orally or use toothpaste with Aloe Vera ingredients.
Enjoy the many benefits of Aloe Vera that Nature has given to us.


  1. "ghRta kumarI" in saMskRta is popularly known as "ghi kuA.NrI" in o.DiA; in oDiA too "ghRta kumArI" means the same and is completely acceptable as well as comprehensible.

    Its a very good thing that this dictionary permits comments that can enhance interaction of knowledge base.

    n.b. To write Indian words in Roman/Latin script I have used the keyboard unicode input as devised by the webdhwani software.