A medicinal plant, with beneficial properties recognized for millennia, Aloe Vera – even used by the Egyptians as an elixir of longevity – has numerous functions that contribute to the maintenance of health. Besides its bactericidal and anti-inflammatory action, offered by the presence of bioflavonoids, it has several essential vitamins, minerals, and amino acids available both in its leaves and in its characteristic gelatinous parenchyma. However, it is the polysaccharide acemannan-apotent immune stimulator-one of the most researched components of Aloe Vera, due to its antiparasitic, antiviral, antibacterial, and antifungal action. All these substances contribute to its multiple effects, especially the anti-tumor, anti-glycemic, and immunological ones, among others. Even in the face of so many benefits, Aloe Vera also has phenolic actives that compromise its toxicological safety when not handled properly. Scientific and technological advances, however, now make it possible to develop completely safe products that can help thousands of people.

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