Aloe Ferox is among only few in the Aloe species to have demonstrated commercial importance. The medicinal purposes of aloe date back as far as 2100 BC, as a beauty and health regimen of Egyptian queens, greek physicians, and even Alexander the Great.
Generally, Aloe gel has demonstrated anti-inflammatory, wound healing, anti-tumor, antiviral, antimicrobial, and anti-diabetic activity, to name a few.
Aloe Ferox demonstrates it’s own specific healing activities as documented through findings of the following studies on the supplement:
Hanley, 1982 - Aloe Ferox gel decreased inflammation and inhibited immune response
Davis, 1985 - When applied topically, Aloe Ferox reduced inflammation and subsequent arthritis
Davis, 1989 - Aloe Ferox was found to show rapid granulation and increased oxygen in wounds as a result of increased blood flow. It also healed wounds more rapidly, reduced wound diameter and seemed to reduce scarring
Heggers, 1993 - Specifically analyzing burns, Aloe Ferox relieved pain, reduced inflammation and increased blood supply
Heggers, 1996 - Aloe Ferox expedites wound contraction and enhanced wound breaking strength
Zhang, 1996 - Acemannan, a polysaccharide within aloe ferox stimulated macrophage cytokine production and killer T cells
Strickland, 2001 - Aloe ferox gel prevented systemic suppression of T cell mediated immune response
Davis, 1989 - Aloe Ferox increased oxygen supply as a result of increased blood flow
Thompson, 1991 - Aloe Ferox stimulates fibroblast activity and collagen proliferation essential for skin tissue regeneration
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