What is gum of aloe?

Answer Gum of aloe refers to the thick, yellow, sticky sap that is found in the succulent leaves of the aloe plant. It should not be confused with the popular gel and unofficial burn ointment that oozes o... Read More »

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Is my aloe really an aloe plant?

There are several hundred kinds of Aloe Veras. Some do not smell good inside.

What is aloe vera?

Aloe vera is a plant native from africa that grows in the desert, it has gel inside the fleshy leaves that's great for sunburn's, insect bites, poison ivy, minor cuts and burn's if you ever saw the... Read More »

What is an aloe plant used for?

There are many uses for aloe vera. Some have been proven to work and others are best left to folklore. Common uses for this plant include application to minor skin burns and irritations, minimizing... Read More »

What is aloe vera good for?

Aloe Very is good for everything mentioned above... and more!!! About 20 years ago a pharmachologisty was hired to find out WHY the aloe vera was good for all these things. This was just when the... Read More »