• Dr.ShailBalaSanghi Department of Botany, Govt. M. L. B. P. G. Girls College, Bhopal, INDIA



Aloe Vera, Medicinal, Herb

Abstract [English]

Aloe vera is a herb distributed all over the world. The herb is used internally to counter most   of the problems of digestion, diabetes, immune system, and peptic ulcers. It also contains anti-bacterial, anti-septic, anti-viral, anti-inflammatory, anti-tumor, anti -oxidant, moisturizing, anti-aging effects.  This review highlights the importance of using Aloe vera as a medicinal herb.


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How to Cite

Sanghi, S. (2015). ALOE VERA: A MEDICINAL HERB. International Journal of Research -GRANTHAALAYAH, 3(11), 32–34.