Indian Aloe



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      Indian aloe is sweet and pungent in taste; cool in nature, natural, heavy, smooth and bitter. Indian aloe contains many types of medicine quality because of that it is planted in gardens and around houses. Mostly, its plant grows by itself on the boundary of field and bank of river. It is found in all over Indian. Its height is 60-90 centimeters high. Its leaves grow on the stem, which presents on its root. When its leaves start to grow, it is white and after that they turn into green. Its leaves are about 30-45 centimeters long, 2.5 inches to 7.5 inches wide and half inch thick. By peeling its leaves pulp comes out as ghee, which is used for making musbbar named element. Its leaves are pointed from the front sides and thorny. Red flower of Indian aloe grows on one branch in old plant. Its fruits are 1-2 inches long like long pods, which is used to make vegetable. Many types of kinds of Indian aloe are found in Indian. It can be used to cure many types of diseases.

Name in different languages:

English                            :          Indian aloe

Hindi                                :         Gheegwar and Gwarpatha

Scantiest name              :         Alavera

Lateen                             :         Elovera

Sanskrit                          :         Dhrutkumari

Marathi                           :         Corfal and korkand

Gujarat                            :         Kanwar pathu

Punjabi                           :         Kunwar Gandal

Telugu                             :         Kalband

Draviri                            :         Katalea

Kannada                        :        Taulsare and Lolisar

Bengali                          :         Dhrutkomari


According to Ayurveda- Indian aloe is sweet and pungent in taste; cool in nature, natural, heavy, smooth and bitter. It increases sperm count, appetite and enhances the body strength. It cures vatta disorders, blood diseases, eye diseases and alleviates poisoning. It also brings phlegm out too. It is useful for the treatment of fever, glands, liver disorders, spleen disorders, skin diseases, blood disorders, constipation, cough, asthma, menstrual excretion disorders, stomach gas, hydrocoel, swelling and inflammation caused by burn from fire.

According to Unani - Indian aloe is hot and dry of second class in nature. It eliminates constipation and cures blood diseases, eye diseases, piles, liver and spleen disease. It increases digestive power and kills the stomach worms too. It makes menstrual excretion normal and helps to discharge urine easily. It is useful for the eyes and increases digestive power. It is also useful to cure piles and disorders of joints bones.

According to Scientists- After the chemical searching of aloe-vera, it is found that it contains alone named glycoside. Beside it, it contains aisobarbelin, aloemodin, craisofenic acid, anjaims racin, gaelic acid and fragrant oil. Indian aloe is useful in the liver swelling and kidney diseases caused by heart diseases. It increases hemoglobin in the blood and cures blood diseases. It is the best medicine to cure the anus wound.

Precaution: The pregnant women should not take Indian aloe while suckling her baby because it can be harmful for them. The person, who suffers from bleeding, should not take aloe-vera because it may be harmful for them. Taking over quantity of Indian aloe may be generates loose motions with spasm.

Dosage: Indian aloe’s leaves juice can be used in 10-20 milliliters and powder in 200-500 milligrams.