Aloe Vera is a popular houseplant in many parts of the world, but it serves a much greater purpose.
It is much more than just a decorative, ornamental plant. The ancient Egyptians called it the Immortality Plant, growing it for a comprehensive array of medicinal and cosmetic uses.
Aloe Vera is a medicinal plant with over 200 natural components used in multiple industries ranging from cosmetics and pharmaceuticals to food and beverage processing.
Studies have shown that Aloe Vera revitalizes skin and protects it from long-term damage. A variety of Aloe species exist, and most of them are medicinal and have played an important role in several cultures over the centuries.