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Aloe Vera

Aloe Vera

A succulent perennial plant belonging to the lily family, Aloe Vera grows in many places wild in Madagascar and large portions of the African continent. Because of its many therapeutic uses, it is now commercially cultivated in the United States, Japan, and countries in the Caribbean and Mediterranean. Many individuals also grow aloe as a houseplant.

The aloe plant is best known for its healing Aloe Vera gel, a thin, clear, jelly-like substance that can be squeezed or scraped from the inner part of the fleshy leaf. The soothing juice is made from this gel.


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