There is very clear, scientific proof for why aloe vera is so beneficial. The sheer weight of nutrients—as we’ve mentioned frequently—makes aloe vera both potent in use and diverse in application. It is the synergy between these various nutrients and compounds that is the key to the way aloe vera functions.

However, it is also important to remember that the nutrients are present in the raw plant. For them to actually be of use and for the maximum benefit to be obtained from them, we must pay attention to how the plant is cultivated and grown, the care with which it is harvested, and the technology behind the processing.

At Africa Caribbean Aloe Products (ACAP), we grow Aloe vera under optimal conditions with organic methods, hand weed and hand harvest the leaves, and process them is less than a few hours after being harvested.aloe vera full of vitamins & minerals

Vitamins and minerals are some of the most basic and most fundamentally important nutrients for the human body. They essentially bolster the immune system, aid in normal growth and physical development, and give your organs the impetus they need to do their jobs.

Aloe vera contains almost 98.5 percent water, over two hundred compounds, and more than seventy-five essential bioactive ingredients including minerals, enzymes, amino acids, vitamins, lignin, saponins, and polysaccharides. The combination of these myriad ingredients in a calculated balance makes the aloe vera plant truly beneficial.

What can it help?  Let’s take a look at the TOPICAL uses and the INTERNAL uses next.



Disclaimer: These statements have not been evaluated by the Food & Drug Administration, MCC South Africa. Aloe Vera is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent disease.