Ayurveda & Aloe Vera

In Sanskrit, Aloe Vera is called Ghrita – Kumari, which means “Young Girl”. This name is given to it because the Vedas believed that the plant gives the woman youth and it has a regenerating effect on the females.

It has 4 of the six Ayurvedic tastes: bitter, stiff, spicy and sweet. The taste after digestion (vipaka) is sweet, and the effect – cooling. Helps the process of detoxification of the organism it’s a wonderful natural remedy for detoxification of the body. 

As pure bitterness, Aloe Vera is used in the specialized Ayurveda Therapy for removal of the “ama” (slags) from body tissues and especially from the blood. Ayurveda recommends the healing plant for treatment of various skin diseases, such as wounds, insect stings, bruises and eczema. 

The antibacterial and anti-fungal properties of Aloe Vera helps to increase blood flow to the affected area, thus to help the healing process. The use of aloe juice resolves a wide range of digestive diseases, as it helps detoxification of the digestive system.

Helps the proper functioning of the reproductive system, blood circulation and the liver.Aloe Vera is an excellent tonic for the liver, spleen, the reproductive and circulatory system. 


I am an Ayurvedic Lifestyle Consultant. I use holistic techniques of Ayurveda from India to help individuals maintain a healthy life, eliminate impurities, reduce stress, and fight disease. Through observation techniques that focus on the interconnections between body, mind, and spirit.

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