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Aloe Vera | Aloe barbadensis miller - Plants

Aloe Vera | Aloe barbadensis miller - Plants

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All measurements are presented as a range because each plant is unique; its size and shape vary with the season.
4"inches pot -: Plant height -: 6"-8"inches
6"inches pot -: Plant height -: 8"-12"inches

Note: Plant may slightly differ from shown image depending on Season and growth pattern


Aloe Vera - Plants

Aloe (often called aloe vera) produces two substances, gel, and latex, which are used for medicines. Aloe gel is the clear, jelly-like substance found in the inner part of the aloe plant leaf. Aloe latex comes from just under the plant’s skin and is yellow in color. Some aloe products are made from the whole crushed leaf, so they contain both gel and latex. The aloe that is mentioned in the Bible is an unrelated fragrant wood used as incense.

Aloe medications can be taken by mouth or applied to the skin. Aloe gel is taken by mouth for osteoarthritis, bowel diseases including ulcerative colitis, fever, itching and inflammation, and as a general tonic. It is also used for stomach ulcers, diabetes, asthma, and for treating some side effects of radiation treatment.

But most people use aloe gel topically, as a remedy for skin conditions including burns, sunburn, frostbite, psoriasis, and cold sores. Some people also use aloe gel to help surgical wounds and bedsores heal faster. There is some science supporting these uses. Some chemicals in aloe gel seem to be able to increase circulation in the tiny blood vessels in the skin, as well as kill bacteria. Together, these effects suggest that aloe gel might be effective in speeding wound healing. But it’s too early to come to that conclusion. Evidence is contradictory. One study suggests that aloe gel may actually delay wound healing

  1. Sunlight: Place your aloe vera plant in a bright spot with indirect sunlight. It thrives in bright light but can also tolerate partial shade.
  2. Watering: Water your aloe vera deeply but infrequently. Allow the soil to dry out completely between waterings to prevent overwatering, which can lead to root rot.
  3. Soil: Use well-draining soil specifically formulated for succulents or cacti. Aloe vera prefers soil that allows excess water to drain quickly.
  4. Potting: Choose a pot with drainage holes to ensure proper drainage. Repot your aloe vera when it outgrows its current container, usually once every 2-3 years.
  5. Fertilization: Feed your aloe vera plant sparingly. Use a balanced fertilizer specifically designed for succulents, and apply it during the growing season (spring and summer) according to the package instructions.
  6. Pruning: Remove any dry or damaged leaves by cutting them at the base. This will help maintain the plant's appearance and overall health.
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