Aloe vera is a short-stemmed shrub commonly referred to as a "miracle plant." Aloe is a genus of flowering succulent plants including around 500 species. Aloe vera is succulent with erect leaves that create a dense rosette. The gel derived from the plant's leaves has a wide range of uses and benefits.
Keep your aloe plant in a bright, sunny location. It will go dormant and stop developing if this is not done.
Water the plant heavily every two weeks or so until the soil is completely dry.
Because this is a desert plant, damp soil will cause the roots to rot.
- Water the plant properly.
- The soil of the aloe vera plant should be allowed to go completely dry before being watered.
- When the aloe plant is watered, the soil should be thoroughly drenched, but the water should be allowed to drain freely from the soil.
- When growing aloe vera plants, plant them in a cactus potting soil mix or a regular potting soil that has been amended with additional perlite or building sand
- Stored in a pot
- It heals wounds and soothes burns. Aloe vera is the greatest for sunburns, burns, cuts, and scrapes.
- Relieves Intestinal Issues
- Arthritis Swelling is Reduced.
- It helps to heal psoriasis lesions.
- Infections of the gums.
- Irritations and damage to the eyes.
- Strains and sprains are common injuries.
- Lung congestion is number eight.
Botanical Name: Aloe barbadensis
Plant Type: Succulents Plant
- Indoor Plant
- Attractive Foliage (leaves)
- NASA recommended air purifier
- Medicinal plant