Aloe vera: A Review on Its Medicinal Importance

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Year : 2021 | Volume : | Issue : 2 | Page : 1-5
By

    Gyanendra Kumar Gupta

  1. Gagan Devi

Abstract

Today, one of the main causes of human infection is the antibiotic resistance of bacteria due to the use of antibiotics which causes the emergence and spread of antibiotic-resistant bacterial strains. The search for the discovery of healthy and effective antimicrobial agents continues. Aloe vera can be used for both therapeutic and preventive purposes in the case of a broad range of bacterial infections. Aloe vera is a medicinal plant used for the management and treatment of various infectious disorders since ancient times due to its anti-inflammatory, anti-microbial, and immune-boosting properties. Herbal medicine has been the basis of treatment and cure for various infectious diseases and physiological disorders in traditional medicine. It is a stemless plant with triangular and fleshy leaves ranging in colour from gray-green to bright green with small white teeth in the margin of its leaves. Aloe vera has very effective properties that have given this plant an almost perfect reputation, and it is intended as a wonderful magical herb in medicine.

Keywords: Infection, antibiotic resistance, antimicrobial, Aloe vera, therapeutic

[This article belongs to Research & Reviews : Journal of Crop science and Technology(rrjocst)]

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Regular Issue Open Access Article
Volume 10
Issue 2
Received July 26, 2021
Accepted August 3, 2021
Published August 30, 2021