The Aloin

Aloveria’s products differ in the high presence of Aloin. According to the international Pharmacopoeia, Aloe Vera must contain Aloin in order to be considered as such. At present, 95% of the aloes that are on the market do not contain this element because the manufacturers do not know the stabilization technique. Over a period of five years, Laboratorios Pejoseca, S.L. researched and developed the machinery for the processing of the whole leaf and the subsequent stabilization of the pure gel without separating any of its natural components. Because of this we can guarantee that Aloveria’s products present the same composition of the just cut leaf; thus its effects are remarkable.

Aloin can only be used in products for external use. It must not be ingested. In such cases the product will not contain aloin.

For many centuries aloe was known only in reference to the powder proceeding from the drying of the yellow sap or acíbar. All the medicinal qualities of the plant were attributed to this substance. In fact, in the Lower Middle Ages, it was one of the most precious cargoes that the Radamite Jews traded between East and West.

  Aloe sap has a high Aloin content which in its turn is determined by the Barbaloin or Aloin B. These elements are Anthraquinones and have a wide range of functions. They are powerful antibiotics with bactericide and antiviral properties presenting at the same time an analgesic effect. Pure Aloin, when taken internally, is a powerful laxative, although mixed with the rest of the plant it simply acts as a digestive tonic. Its pain soothing and tissue regenerating qualities. are also remarkable. Smeared together with a gel on the skin results in a powerful filter against UV rays being created.

  Barbaloin, Isobarbaloin, Anthracene, Antranol and Aloetic acid are resins with bactericidal properties; Emodin and Aloe Emodin are effective against certain infections; Ethereal oil possesses all the anaesthetic and analgesic qualities of Ether, but not its toxicity; Crysophanic acid, derived from Aloe Emodin, is used with success in the treatment of psoriasis and in certain cutaneous fungi; Cinnamic acid is a fungicide and detergent; the Ester of Cinnamic acid decomposes necrotic tissues and is a pain reliever while Resistannols are alcohols derived from Cinnamic acid, which have bactericide properties.

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