What is the plant – Aloe vera is a succulent plant species of the genus Aloe. An evergreen perennial, it grows wild in tropical, semi-tropical, and arid climates around the world. It is cultivated for agricultural and medicinal uses.
How to grow the plant – Grow at home, aloe in a bright, sunny place. Otherwise it will go dormant and stop growing. Water the plant heavily about once every two weeks, waiting until the soil dries out fully. Since this is a desert species.
Scientific benefits – aloe leaves contain a clear gel that’s a popular home remedy. The gel substance may fasten the healing of first- and second-degree burns and promote wound healing.
Granny’s tips & tricks – Using fresh aloe on your face may help clear up acne. Mix a teaspoon of fresh aloe vera gel to your hair oil, massage into the scalp for smooth, shiny & healthy hair
Home recipe – Do you have a recipe, write to us & we would love to share it to the world.
Some fun facts – aloe vera can provide some tropical flair to your desktop or garden as an easy-going succulent plant. As a bonus, your aloe will produce a tall stalk of small, bell-shaped flowers from time to time.