Healing properties & Scientific Studies on Aloe Vera
At Atlantia we believe in harnessing the natural healing properties of the highest quality Aloe Vera to support health, vitality and energy. Our wide selection of Aloe Vera products are designed to maintain and improve health.
Our creams and products are made from the best Aloe Vera, cultivated in the Canary Islands and contain the highest levels of aloe verocity.
They act as natural antiseptics and repair scar and skin tissue. The natural nutritional properties in our Aloe Vera products offer complete care and assist the body to heal and repair internally and externally.
Some Facts and interesting Information about Aloe Vera:
Aloe vera or Aloe barbadensis Miller is a species of plant belonging to the family of Xanthorrhoeaceae, native to northern Africa. It requires a lot of sun, warm and dry weather, as exists in the south of the Canary Islands, ideal for cultivation.
Aloe juice has been used for centuries for its extraordinary moisturizing, regenerative, nutritious and healing properties. More than 5,000 years ago it was used by the Egyptians for healing purposes.
However, we must wait until 1935 to find the first scientific study on the healing power of Aloe Vera that was done by the doctors E. and C. Collins.
In 1959, the FDA (Food and Drug Administration) recognized that products containing aloe vera help regeneration of the skin. This was the biggest discovery for the launch of products based on Aloe vera. As a result, since the 70’s the Aloe Vera industry has not stopped growing.
Aloe vera: A short review
El gel de aloe vera: Aloe vera: a short review. Amar Surjushe, Resham Vasani, D G Saple. Indian J Dermatol. 2008.
Characterization of Aloeride
Cancer Res June 1, 2000
Aloe-emodin Is a New Type of Anticancer Agent with Selective Activity against Neuroectodermal Tumors. Teresa Pecere, M. Vittoria Gazzola, Carla Mucignat et al. Cancer Res June 1, 2000.
Hepatotherapeutic Effect of Aloe Vera
Hepatotherapeutic Effect of Aloe Vera in Alcohol-induced Hepatic Damage. W.A. Saka, R.E. Akhigbe, O.S. Ishola, et al. 2011
Evaluation of the Nutritional and Metabolic Effects of Aloe vera
Evaluation of the Nutritional and Metabolic Effects of Aloe vera. Meika Foster, Duncan Hunter, and Samir Samman. CRC Press; 2011.
An in vivo and in vitro investigation of the effect of Aloe vera gel ethanolic extract
An in vivo and in vitro investigation of the effect of Aloe vera gel ethanolic extract using animal model with diabetic foot ulcer. Mohan Daburkar, Vikram Lohar, Arvind Singh Rathore et al. J Pharm Bioallied Sci. 2014 Jul-Sep;
El gel de aloe vera
El gel de aloe vera: estructura, composición química, procesamiento, actividad biológica e importancia en la industria farmacéutica y alimentaria. R.N. Domínguez-Fernández, I. Arzate-Vázquez, J. J. Chanona-Pérez et al.
Aloe vera as a Functional Ingredient in Foods
Aloe vera as a Functional Ingredient in Foods. Elena Rodríguez Rodríguez, Jacinto Darias Martín, Carlos Díaz Romero. 2010.
Effect of aloe cream versus silver sulfadiazine for healing burn wounds
Effect of aloe cream versus silver sulfadiazine for healing burn wounds in rats. Hosseinimehr SJ, Khorasani G, Azadbakht M, Zamani P, Ghasemi M, Ahmadi A. 2010.
Effects of Aloe vera Cream on Pain and Wound Healing
Effects of Aloe vera Cream on Posthemorrhoidectomy Pain and Wound Healing: Results of a Randomized, Blind, Placebo-Control Study. Fariborz Eshghi, Seyed Jalal Hosseinimehr, Nasrin Rahmani et al.
Physical and Chemical Properties of Field-Grown Aloe barbadensis Miller Leaves
Two-Year Study Monitoring Several Physical and Chemical Properties of Field-Grown Aloe barbadensis Miller Leaves. Yin-Tung Wang, Kimberly J. Strong. 1995.
Estimation of Tolerable Upper Intake Level (UL) of Active Aloe
Estimation of Tolerable Upper Intake Level (UL) of Active Aloe. Seung Jun Kwack, Kyu Bong Kim, Byung Mu Lee. 2009.