Science confirms, Aloe Vera is a powerful cellular regenerator
Aloe Vera has been used for centuries in cosmetics, hygiene and to treat and care problems in the skin and in the body, for its great effectiveness as a natural remedy. This millenary plant has been a miraculous resource for health in popular culture, but science also confirms its properties.
A doctoral thesis from the Department of Biomedicine and Biotechnology of the University of Alcalá de Henares in Madrid has proven that Aloe Vera is a powerful cellular regenerator, with regulatory benefits and for the strengthening of the immune system. This has been studied and assured by the university and the thesis of Dr. Tatiana Yebra: "Evaluation of the functionality of Aloe Vera in cell Cultivation in test tubes."
This study demonstrates scientifically that the uses and properties known since ancient times are true. Among the benefits that this thesis confirms is its effectiveness in helping immunological diseases, since the use of Aloe Vera applied in skin cells and in human blood has given good results in the work of Dr. Tatiana Yebra.
The researches carried out by Dr. Yebra and her team has been developed over the last 7 years, with Aloe of the variety Aloe Barbadensis Miller (Aloe Vera) and with the pure content of the interior of the leaves of this plant, without alterations of any kind or previous processing. In this thesis, which obtained the highest rating, the effectiveness of Aloe Vera at the dermatological level and at the level of the immune system has been corroborated.
Her thesis has affirmed that Aloe Vera is antioxidant, protective, repairing, rejuvenating, anti-aging and regenerating damaged cells of the skin and has valued the direct regulatory effects on the immune system, with power to treat and prevent inflammation and correct imbalances. In the same way, it is effective to treat inflammatory bowel diseases, liver cirrhosis and increases the ability to respond to pathogens, increasing bacterial phagocytosis.
In the same way, the study of the University of Alcalá de Henares has shown that it increases the resistance against the effects of cell death, increasing the survival of anti-tumor lymphocytes in chemotherapy and therefore helping patients in cancer treatments.