What is Aloe Ferox Extract?
Aloe ferox, commonly known as bitter aloe, is a species of flowering plant in the family Asphodelaceae. This woody aloe is indigenous to southern Africa. It is one of several Aloe species used to make bitter aloes, a purgative medication, and also yields a non-bitter gel that can be used in cosmetics.
Aloe Ferox Benefits:
Aloe ferox is commonly used in treatment of various diseases such as gout, colon disease, skin disease, thrombophlebitis, to stimulate immunity, treatment of diabetes, rheumatism, lung disease, digestive candidiasis, and obesity.
- Hair, Skin & Nails
- Immune Support
- Improves digestive health
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