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What is aloe extract?


Transparent gel from the pulp of the meaty leaves of Aloe vera has been used topically for thousands of years to treat wounds, skin infections, burns, and numerous other dermatologic conditions. Dried latex from the inner lining of the leaf has traditionally been used as an oral laxative.

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Aloe

Aloe is an herbal medicine used in skin ointments and creams to treat wounds, burns, or other skin problems. It is also used to treat genital herpes which is an infection spread by having sex. Aloe may be used to treat ulcers, nausea (upset stomach), or constipation (hard bowel movements).

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Aloe - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

"Final report on the safety assessment of Aloe andongensis extract, Aloe andongensis leaf juice, Aloe arborescens leaf extract, Aloe arborescens leaf juice, ...

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Aloe Extract May Ease Constipation

Oct 4, 2010 ... New research shows that a species of aloe may help treat constipation. In tests on rats, scientists compared the constipation-fighting ...

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Some Notes on Aloe Vera

Jun 23, 1998 ... The safety of aloe is another concern. Aloe extract can be taken orally as a dietary supplement, but does not have FDA approval for use as a ...

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Aloe Extract | LIVESTRONG.COM

Aloe Extract. Lifestyle, fitness & health information about Aloe Extract. Aloe Extraction, Aloe Vera Extract Benefits, Health Benefits of Aloe Vera Extract, ...

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Specific reaction of aloe extract with serum proteins of various ...

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Aloe extract - Household Products Database - Health and Safety ...

Synonyms: Aloe; Aloe extract; Aloe vera; Aloe, pharmaceutical. Information from other National Library of Medicine databases ...

ALLERGENIC EXTRACT

Allergenic extract contains the aqueous extractables from allergenic source material in extracting solution containing 0.25% sodium chloride, 0.125% sodium bicarbonate, and 50% glycerol. 0.4% phenol is added as a preservative. The weight by volume value shown on the label is a measurement of extract concentration, rather than extract potency. Extracts for which U.S. standards exist are labeled in allergy units, in addition to w/v strength. Allergenic extract may be used as a diagnostic skin test reagent in persons suspected of being sensitive to the allergenic source material from which the extract is made. Skin tests should be used in conjunction with a thorough allergic history to establish the relevance of a given allergen in the etiology of allergic disease.4,5,6 Immunotherapy with allergenic extract is indicated in persons suffering from allergic rhinitis, bronchitis, conjunctivitis, urticaria and asthma. The therapeutic efficacy of allergenic extract has been proven in ragweed, grass, and mountain cedar pollinosis, cat-induced asthma and hypersensitivity to hymenoptera venoms.7-12 Immunotherapy may be used along with or exclusive of antihistamines and other medications used to control allergic symptoms.

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Stimulant Laxatives - US Food and Drug Administration Home Page

The agency's Drug Listing System (DLS) identifies approximately 15 OTC laxative drug products that contain aloe (including aloe extract and aloe flower ...

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Aloe
The aloe is a perennial plant, the strong, fibrous root produces a rosette of fleshy basal leaves as in the agave but considerably smaller. The narrow-lanceolate leaves are 1-2 feet long and whitish-green on both sides, and they bear spiny teeth on the margins. The yellow to purplish, drooping flowers, which are evident most of the year, grow in a long raceme at the top of a flower stalk up to 4 1/2 feet high. The fruit is a triangular capsule containing numerous seeds. Other varieties: Bombay aloes (Aloe socotrina), not to be taken during pregnancy, used similarly to aloe vera. Aloe perryi (or Bombay aloe, Turkey aloe, Zanzibar aloe), found on the island of Socotra near the entrance of the Gulf of Aden. This is used like aloe vera, although considered by some to be less powerful. Aloe saponaria, found in South Africa, natives use the leaf pulp and yellow juice for ringworm. Aloe tenuior, found in South Africa, natives use a decoction of the root for tapeworm. Aloe latifolia, found in South Africa, some natives use the leaf pulp to treat inflamed boils (SEE BOILS) and sores, others use the leaf pulp and the plant's yellow juice to cure ringworm.

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Lu Hui
The aloe is a perennial plant, the strong, fibrous root produces a rosette of fleshy basal leaves as in the agave but considerably smaller. The narrow-lanceolate leaves are 1-2 feet long and whitish-green on both sides, and they bear spiny teeth on the margins. The yellow to purplish, drooping flowers, which are evident most of the year, grow in a long raceme at the top of a flower stalk up to 4 1/2 feet high. The fruit is a triangular capsule containing numerous seeds. Other varieties: Bombay aloes (Aloe socotrina), not to be taken during pregnancy, used similarly to aloe vera. Aloe perryi (or Bombay aloe, Turkey aloe, Zanzibar aloe), found on the island of Socotra near the entrance of the Gulf of Aden. This is used like aloe vera, although considered by some to be less powerful. Aloe saponaria, found in South Africa, natives use the leaf pulp and yellow juice for ringworm. Aloe tenuior, found in South Africa, natives use a decoction of the root for tapeworm. Aloe latifolia, found in South Africa, some natives use the leaf pulp to treat inflamed boils (SEE BOILS) and sores, others use the leaf pulp and the plant's yellow juice to cure ringworm.

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Kumari
The aloe is a perennial plant, the strong, fibrous root produces a rosette of fleshy basal leaves as in the agave but considerably smaller. The narrow-lanceolate leaves are 1-2 feet long and whitish-green on both sides, and they bear spiny teeth on the margins. The yellow to purplish, drooping flowers, which are evident most of the year, grow in a long raceme at the top of a flower stalk up to 4 1/2 feet high. The fruit is a triangular capsule containing numerous seeds. Other varieties: Bombay aloes (Aloe socotrina), not to be taken during pregnancy, used similarly to aloe vera. Aloe perryi (or Bombay aloe, Turkey aloe, Zanzibar aloe), found on the island of Socotra near the entrance of the Gulf of Aden. This is used like aloe vera, although considered by some to be less powerful. Aloe saponaria, found in South Africa, natives use the leaf pulp and yellow juice for ringworm. Aloe tenuior, found in South Africa, natives use a decoction of the root for tapeworm. Aloe latifolia, found in South Africa, some natives use the leaf pulp to treat inflamed boils (SEE BOILS) and sores, others use the leaf pulp and the plant's yellow juice to cure ringworm.

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Aloe vera
The aloe is a perennial plant, the strong, fibrous root produces a rosette of fleshy basal leaves as in the agave but considerably smaller. The narrow-lanceolate leaves are 1-2 feet long and whitish-green on both sides, and they bear spiny teeth on the margins. The yellow to purplish, drooping flowers, which are evident most of the year, grow in a long raceme at the top of a flower stalk up to 4 1/2 feet high. The fruit is a triangular capsule containing numerous seeds. Other varieties: Bombay aloes (Aloe socotrina), not to be taken during pregnancy, used similarly to aloe vera. Aloe perryi (or Bombay aloe, Turkey aloe, Zanzibar aloe), found on the island of Socotra near the entrance of the Gulf of Aden. This is used like aloe vera, although considered by some to be less powerful. Aloe saponaria, found in South Africa, natives use the leaf pulp and yellow juice for ringworm. Aloe tenuior, found in South Africa, natives use a decoction of the root for tapeworm. Aloe latifolia, found in South Africa, some natives use the leaf pulp to treat inflamed boils (SEE BOILS) and sores, others use the leaf pulp and the plant's yellow juice to cure ringworm.

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Curacao aloe
The aloe is a perennial plant, the strong, fibrous root produces a rosette of fleshy basal leaves as in the agave but considerably smaller. The narrow-lanceolate leaves are 1-2 feet long and whitish-green on both sides, and they bear spiny teeth on the margins. The yellow to purplish, drooping flowers, which are evident most of the year, grow in a long raceme at the top of a flower stalk up to 4 1/2 feet high. The fruit is a triangular capsule containing numerous seeds. Other varieties: Bombay aloes (Aloe socotrina), not to be taken during pregnancy, used similarly to aloe vera. Aloe perryi (or Bombay aloe, Turkey aloe, Zanzibar aloe), found on the island of Socotra near the entrance of the Gulf of Aden. This is used like aloe vera, although considered by some to be less powerful. Aloe saponaria, found in South Africa, natives use the leaf pulp and yellow juice for ringworm. Aloe tenuior, found in South Africa, natives use a decoction of the root for tapeworm. Aloe latifolia, found in South Africa, some natives use the leaf pulp to treat inflamed boils (SEE BOILS) and sores, others use the leaf pulp and the plant's yellow juice to cure ringworm.

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Barbados aloe
The aloe is a perennial plant, the strong, fibrous root produces a rosette of fleshy basal leaves as in the agave but considerably smaller. The narrow-lanceolate leaves are 1-2 feet long and whitish-green on both sides, and they bear spiny teeth on the margins. The yellow to purplish, drooping flowers, which are evident most of the year, grow in a long raceme at the top of a flower stalk up to 4 1/2 feet high. The fruit is a triangular capsule containing numerous seeds. Other varieties: Bombay aloes (Aloe socotrina), not to be taken during pregnancy, used similarly to aloe vera. Aloe perryi (or Bombay aloe, Turkey aloe, Zanzibar aloe), found on the island of Socotra near the entrance of the Gulf of Aden. This is used like aloe vera, although considered by some to be less powerful. Aloe saponaria, found in South Africa, natives use the leaf pulp and yellow juice for ringworm. Aloe tenuior, found in South Africa, natives use a decoction of the root for tapeworm. Aloe latifolia, found in South Africa, some natives use the leaf pulp to treat inflamed boils (SEE BOILS) and sores, others use the leaf pulp and the plant's yellow juice to cure ringworm.

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ALOE VESTA ANTIFUNGAL
Treats infections that are caused by fungus, such as athlete's foot, ringworm, or jock itch. Also relieves itching, burning, cracking, or scaling of the feet.

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ALOE VERA W/LIDOCAINE
Relieves the pain of a sore mouth or throat. Also used to relieve the pain caused by minor burns, sunburn, insect bites, and other medical problems. May also be used by men to treat premature ejaculation (a sexual problem) and prolong an erection.

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Aloe Vesta 2-N-1 Antifungal
Miconazole belongs to the group of medicines called antifungals. Topical miconazole is used to treat some types of fungus infections.

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ALOE VESTA 2-N-1 SKIN CONDITIONER
Treats and prevents severely dry or chapped skin and other skin irritations.

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Spiked aloe
Agave is a perennial plant, the broad-linear, fibrous leaves grow upward from next to the ground to form a massive rosette. They are gray and smooth on both sides and have prickly edges. After 10 years or more, the plant produces a flower stalk which bears large yellowish-green flowers on many horizontal branches. The fruit is a 3-celled capsule. After flowering and fruiting, the plant dies. Also called Agave (Manfreda virginica L.) also known as rattlesnake-master, and false aloe as well as the botanical name of (Agave virginica L.). Do not confuse this herb with another plant called Rattlesnake-master (Eryngium yuccifolium).

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