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Why Aloe Vera?

Welcoming you to the revolution that is 6000 years old – that is connected to Egyptian civilization. It is all about Aloe Vera (Aloe Barbadensis Miller) plant for which many beleive to be the healthiest plant in the world. If you are looking for Aloe-Vera products then you are at the right place.

The Aloe plant is a part of the lily family (onions, leeks, garlic, tulips, turnips and asparagus) but it is Aloe Barbadensis which is commonly called ALOE VERA. It is the most efficacious natural plant of our time used both externally and internally and there are numerous benefits that are derived from this wonderful plant. The health benefits of aloe Vera have been propagated throughout the world and there are but very few places where it has not made a dent.
Aloe has the ability to penetrate the deepest body tissues some 7 layers deep. It has 6 antiseptic agents, which kill bacteria, viruses and fungus. The gel of aloe Vera is potent and it is got from the leaves. This Aloe gel has as many as 75 nutrients, which augur good health. It stimulates the growth of new health tissues. It has calming effect on the body's nervous system and cleanses, detoxifies and normalizes the body's metabolism. It has been discovered that this plant ALOE VERA has been very result oriented for the past 30 Centuries and there are beautiful – testimonies from users who have now become part of this naturally efficacious plan

General aloe vera questions & Answer's

Q. Did You Know?
BulletThere are around 400 different varieties of Aloe.
BulletThe Aloe plant can survive for very long periods without soil or water.
BulletThat 'Vera' is Latin for 'true' and the name, Aloe Vera, is normally reserved for Aloe Barbadensis Miller, considered the only 'True Aloe.'
BulletThat Aloe Vera Jelly is used in burn centres around the world.
BulletThe name, Aloe Barbadensis Miller, came about when the noted English expert on herbs and plants, Philip Miller, was cataloguing plants brought from the 'New World' for his Gardner's Dictionary. In this record he labelled one aloe species 'Barbadensis,' mistakenly believing the plant was indigenous to the isle of Barbados. Spanish Missionaries had, in fact, transplanted it over a hundred years prior from the 'Old World.' The name Aloe Barbadensis remains to this day, with 'Miller' appended to recognize Mr. Miller being the first to classify this species.
Q. Aloe Vera - How & Why it heals and does its Magic?

Aloe turns on the immune system by activating macrophages (white blood cells which “swallow” antigens), causing the release of immune-activating (and anti-cancer) substances such as interferons, interleukines, and tumour necrosis factor.  Thus, aloe may help to prolong survival time and stimulate the immune system of cancer patients, according to recent research (Japanese Journal of Cancer Research).

It is commonly believed that the moisturizing emollient and healing properties of Aloe are due to the polysaccharides present. The major polysaccharide present has been determined to be a glucomannan. Other polysaccharides containing galactose and uronic acids as well as pentoses are also present It is probable that the gel's beneficial properties are not due to the polysaccharides alone but rather from a synergistic effect of these compounds with other substances present in the gel"

Aloe Barbadensis Miller works. With over 200 complex organic compounds, Aloe Vera penetrates deep into the skin, UP TO SEVEN LAYERS DEEP. Once into the skin, some of Aloe's components act as antiseptics and pain relievers, others fight bacteria, fungi and viruses, while still others ease inflammation and help to rebuild tissue. Aloe Vera cream then makes pure magic by combining its own special ingredients with the unique essences of this miracle-herb, to take Aloe Vera to a higher level. "Aloe Vera - The Magical Plant Amongst Us" by Dr. Reuben Titus

How Aloe does its magic

The Skin is made up of the Epidermis and the Dermis (Corium).  The Dermis is comprised of two sub layers, the Papillary and the Reticular layer.

According to Dorland's Illustrated Medical Dictionary, the Epidermis is "the outermost and nonvascular layer of the skin, derived from the embryonic ectoderm, varying in thickness from 0.07 to 0.12 mm, except on the palms and soles where it may be 0.8 and 1.4 mm, respectively.

On the palmer and plantar surfaces, it exhibits maximal cellular differentiation and layering, and comprises, from within outward, five layers:  the basal layer (startum basale epidermis), the prickle cell or spinous layer (stratum spinosum epidermis), the granular layer (stratum granulosum epidermis), the clear layer (stratum lucidum epidermis), and the horny layer (stratum corneum epidermis).
In the thinner epidermis of the general body surface, the basal, prickle cell, and horny layers are constantly present and the granular layer is usually identifiable, but the clear layer is usually absent."

Q. Why Aloe Works!
It could be said that it works because the Aloe Vera plant produces at least 6 antiseptic agents: Lupeol, salicylic acid, urea nitrogen, cinnamonic acid, phenols, and sulphur. All of these substances are recognized as antiseptics because they kill or control mold, bacteria, fungus, and viruses, explaining why the plant has the ability to eliminate many internal and external infections. The Lupeol and salicylic acid in the juice explains why it is a very effective pain-killer. "Aloe Vera - The Magical Plant Amongst Us" by Dr. Reuben Titus

Next, it could be said that Aloe Vera contains at least three anti-inflammatory fatty acids, cholesterol, campersterol and B-sitosterol (plant sterols) which explains why it is a highly effective treatment for burns, cuts, scrapes, abrasions, allergic reactions, rheumatoid arthritis, rheumatic fever, acid indigestion, ulcers, plus many inflammatory conditions of the digestive system and other internal organs, including the stomach, small intestine, colon, liver, kidney, and pancreas. B-sitosterol is also a powerful anti-cholestromatic which helps to lower harmful cholesterol levels, helping to explain its many benefits for heart patients.

If we add that Aloe contains at least 23 polypeptids (immune stimulators), then we understand why Aloe juice helps control a broad spectrum of immune system diseases and disorders, including HIV and AIDS. The polypeptids, plus the anti-tumor agents Aloe emodin and Aloe lectins, explains its ability to control cancer.

If the SYNERGISTIC RELATIONSHIP between the elements found in the sap, gel, and throughout the entire plant does not explain why Aloe works, then NOTHING DOES! All of which explains why "Across Time" lay persons and physicians alike, have proclaimed that Aloe has the ability to heal, alleviate, eliminate, or even cure a monumental list of human diseases and disorders. Therefore it truly deserves the name, "Medicine Plant".
Q. Has Aloe Vera Come of Age?
Scientists indicate that the uses for the Aloe Vera plant are countless. According to a study out of the M.D. Anderson Cancer Center, Aloe gel not only soothes the blistering skin, but can also stop immune system damage caused by sunburns. In 1991, the Department of Agriculture approved Acemannan, an accelerated mannose found in Aloe Vera, for the treatment of cancer in cats and dogs.

Although the plant has proven itself in numerous educational experiments, the FDA continues to classify Aloe as having no medical value. While FDA ensures that the facilities where the plant is manufactured are contaminant-free, it sets no guidelines for the content of the product itself, other than that of safety. Since the FDA does not set standards for this product, then consumers can easily be misled into believing that some products contain more Aloe than they actually do. According to Gene Hale, Director of the National Aloe Science Council, "Many major cosmetic companies have maybe one-half percent in their products. Why? Because Aloe sells."

But, has Aloe Vera come of age? The answer to this question is a resounding "no". The Aloe Vera plant is doing what it has always done - providing us with a natural agent for a wide range of human and animal ailments. However, scientists, researchers, manufactures, and consumers are coming of age, with the realization of the vast possibilities this member of the lily family is improving the quality of life, as we know it.

References: "Healing powers of ancient herbal remedy eyed as latest weapon in AIDS battle," Fort Worth-Star Telegram, December, 1994
Q. Why do individuals use Aloe Vera?
Common uses for taking Aloe Vera internally include: using it for overall health, detoxification, laxative purposes, cleansing, moisturizing, gastritis, ulcers, burns, colitis, eczema, arthritis, and nervous stomach. People use it topically as a moisturizer, as well as for sunburns, minor cuts, burns, and insect bites
Q. What percentage of Aloe Vera is in your juices and gels?
The traditional Aloe Vera concentrate juice & gel contain 99.9% Aloe Vera. The pleasant tasting Strawberry & Lemonade flavour juices contain 84% Aloe Vera.
Q. What is the difference between Fillet and the Whole Leaf?
The Fillet uses only the inner gel part of the leaf. We do not use the Whole Leaf processes.
Q. What is the shelf life of Aloe Vera?
It is good for a minimum of 3 years unopened, and if it’s opened and refrigerated, about 9 months.
Q. How much Aloe Vera can you drink per day?
We recommend 50ml twice daily. All our products are safe and effective if you choose to take more.
Q. The Gel is too thick…how can I get it out of the bottle?
Let it sit out for an hour. If it does not improve, stick a knife or something inside to loosen it up.
Q. What should Aloe Vera taste like?
Our aloe juice is tasteless because its 99.9% pure. You can mix our Aloe Vera juice with any type of your favourite juice. Our best tasting full-strength juice is the 99.9% Aloe Vera Concentrate juice.
Q. What are the Aloe Polysaccharides?
Aloe polysaccharides are the biologically active long chain sugars found in Aloe Vera. According to most scientists, these provide much of Aloe Vera’s healing qualities.
Q. How many Aloe Polysaccharides are contained in our Aloe Vera?
Aloe Vera juice contains an average of 4,000 mg per litre
Q. Where can you buy our products?
Our Products can be found at SkyAims Offices at Lahore & Gujranwala.You also can buy our product from any SkyAims members all over the Pakistan.
Q. Did you know that Aloe is mentioned in the Holy Bible at least 5 different places?

The Holy Bible

Num 24:5-6
Ps 45:8
John 19:38-40
Song 4:13-15
Prov 7:17-18

How lovely are your tents, O Jacob! Your dwellings, O Israel! Like valleys that stretch out, like gardens by the riverside, like aloes planted by the LORD, like cedars beside the waters.
Num 24:5-6

All Your garments are scented with myrrh and aloes and cassia, out of the ivory palaces, by which they have made you glad.
Psalms 45:8

Your plants are an orchard of pomegranates with pleasant fruits, fragrant henna with spikenard, Spikenard and saffron, Calamus and cinnamon, with all trees of frankincense, myrrh and aloes, with all the chief spices-- A fountain of gardens, a well of living waters, and streams from Lebanon. THE SHULAMITE
Song 4:13-15

I have perfumed my bed with myrrh, aloes, and cinnamon. Come, let us take our fill of love until morning; let us delight ourselves with love.
Prov 7:17-18

After this, Joseph of Arimathea, being a disciple of Jesus, but secretly, for fear of the Jews, asked Pilate that he might take away the body of Jesus; and Pilate gave him permission. So he came and took the body of Jesus. And Nicodemus, who at first came to Jesus by night, also came, bringing a mixture of myrrh and aloes, weighing about a hundred pounds. Then they took the body of Jesus, and bound it in strips of linen with the spices, as the custom of the Jews is to bury.
John 19:38-40