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Indian Aloe Indian Aloe (Aloe barbadensis Mill.) popularly known as Ghrit Kumari in Sanskrit and Bangla, Ghikwar in Hindi, Aloe in English, Ghiquara in Urdu, ... is widely known in Asia and the Pacific, and is found in the folklore of the ... from Aloe barbadensis), socotrine aloes (obtained from Aloeperryi) and cape . CIAH-2004

Aloe vera: A review of toxicity and adverse clinical effects

Aloe has enjoyed a long history of providing a myriad of health benefits, and is one of the most frequently used herbal remedies employed throughout the world. There are more than 400 species of Aloe, but the most popular and widely used species is Aloe barbadensis Miller (also called Aloe vera Linne, commonly referred to Aloe vera).

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CIENCIA UANL / AÑO 22, No.99 enero-febrero 2020 Existe una amplia diversidad de especies de Aloe vera, como Aloe perryi Baker, Aloe ferox Mill. y Aloe barbadensis Mill., esta última espe- cie es la que se cultiva en el estado de Tamaulipas (Calderón-Oliver et al., 2011).

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Okyar, A. et al., (2001), Effect of Aloe vera leaves on blood glucose level in type I and type II diabetic rat models, Phytotherapy Research, 15(2), 157-161. Paez, A. et al., (2000), Growth, soluble carbohydrates, and aloin concentration of Aloe vera plants exposed to three irradiance levels, Environmental and Experimental Botany, 44(2), 133-139.

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Sapre AB (1978) Karyotype of Aloe barbadensis Mill.: a reinvestigation. Cytologia 43:237–241. CrossRef Google Scholar. Yagi A, Shoyama Y, Nishioka I (1983) Formation of tetrahydroanthracene glucosides by callus tissue of Aloe …

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An efficient plant regeneration protocol was developed from leaf explants of Aloe barbadensis Mill on Murashige and Skoog's (MS) medium supplemented with 2.0 mg/l 6-benzyladenine (BA) or Kinetin (Kn), 0.25–0.5 mg/l NAA (1-napthalene acetic acid) and 3 % (w/v) sucrose within 4 weeks of culture. The maximum number of shoot buds were obtained on MS …

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moulds fr om Europe and Asia: 28-29. Mycologia Balcanica 8:173- ... Aloe (Aloe barbadensis Mill.) caused by Curvularia lunata (Wakker) ... Aloe vera (Aloe barbadensis Miller) is …

Herbal Ecological Study of Aloe vera barbadensis Leaf ...

Abbasi MSA, Tahir MA, Meer S. FTIR spectroscopic study of Aloe vera barbadensis Mill Buds. Asian J. Chem. Sci. 2020;1–6. Minjares-Fuentes R, Femenia A. Aloe vera in Nonvitamin and nonmineral nutritional supplements.

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La Aloe vera (Tourn. ex Linn; sin: Aloe barbadensis Miller) tiene su origen en el continente africano, en la península de Arabia, Asia y del Mediterráneo (Calderón-Oliver et al., 2011).América se considera el mayor productor de Aloe vera a nivel mundial, aportando alrededor de 81% en la producción total, destacando México como principal país productor …

Randomized clinical trial: Effects of Aloe barbadensis ...

Background: Aloe barbadensis Mill. (Aloe) with potential prebiotic effects has been suggested to reduce symptoms in patients with irritable bowel syndrome (IBS). We therefore aimed to determine the effects of an Aloe extract on symptoms of IBS, and evaluate whether effects may be mediated by fecal microbiota and metabolites in a randomized ...

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Synonym A. vera Tourn. ex Linn. A. indica Royle A. littoralis Koening Family Liliaceae; Agavaceae. Habitat Cultivated throughout India, wild on coasts of Maharashtra, Gujarat and South India. English C...

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South Africa almost exclusively supplies the demand for wild Aloe leaf extracts (mainly Aloe ferox) for the markets in North America, Europe and Asia. In fact, virtually all of the recorded trade in wild plant extracts between 1997 and 2001 has been in Aloe ferox from South Africa.

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287 Pakistan and other countries of Asia in 16th century (Ali and Qaiser, 2005). The name Aloe vera is normally considered that it comes from the Arabic word "Alloeh" meaning "Shining bitter substance" (Dandhof, 1987). There are about 350 different species of Aloe vera but generally all comes under the term "Aloe". The most commonly and abundantly

Chemical constituents of Aloe barbadensis Miller and …

Aloe barbadensis Mill, a member of Asphodelaceae (Liliaceae) family, is a tropical or sub-tropical plant widely distributed in Europe, Asia, and southern parts of North America [1]. It has long been used as a traditional medicine to treat various diseases, and also been widely used as ingredients of food products, beverages, and cosmetics [2].

Aphrodisiac potentials of the ethanol extract of Aloe ...

extract of Aloe barbadensis Mill. root in male Wistar rats Joseph O. Erhabor1,2* and MacDonald Idu1 Abstract Background: Aloe barbadensis (AB) is a short stemmed succulent medicinal herb that is being used by locals in Nigeria to enhance libido. Therefore this study evaluates the aphrodisiac potential and acute toxicological effect of

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Arabia, Asia and certain ocean bordering places and islands as in Andros. This type is not ... to Aloe barbadensis throughout pregnancy not led to growth retardation, fetal demise, abortion, premature birth or teratogenic ... investigated in the presence of the Aloe barbadensis Mill. gel (part F-1) and with the division acquired by ...

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A juice (latex) is obtained from the cuticle incision of the leaves that is subsequently condensed and concentrated through boiling. A dark brown, solid mass is obtained if Aloe vera (Aloe barbadensis Miller.) was used for the extraction, or a mass with greenish reflections if Bitter aloe (Aloe ferox Miller.) is used.Such an extraction has an elevated content of anthraquinone that …

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Aloe vera (Syn Aloe barbadensis Mill.), a medicinal plant, has a great potential in cosmetic and drug industry due to presence of more than 200 bioactive …

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Species: Barbados aloe 2.1.2 Fossil record Aloe Barbadensis fossil record to be part of the Lily family but it is no longer consider part of; however, it is related to many other plants including Allium Cepa, Allium Sativum and Asparagus Officinalis. 2.1.3 Origin Aloe Barbadensis originated in Africa (Figure 1, below) and spread around the world

Aloe vera attenuated liver injury in mice with ...

Aloe vera (Aloe barbadensis Mill) is classified in family of Aloaceae, originated in the dry areas of Africa, Asia, and Southern Europe, especially in the Mediterranean regions. Aloe vera and other species of Aloe are succulent and xerophytic plants that are adapted to living in areas with little water.

Aloe barbadensis miller Care and Propagation - The Garden ...

Propagation Aloe barbadensis miller. Aloe Vera is a very prolific plant, developing many offspring around the base of the plant when it reaches maturity. In theory, it can reproduce from leaves by burying them directly in the ground, as well as by seeds, however, the most effective and quickest way is from the offspring.

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ALOE BARBADENSIS MILL. (FAMILY: LILIACEAE) A perennial, succulent, coarse herb, 30-60cm long. Stem: Short, thick, some …

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Aloe barbadensis Mill, popularly known as Aloe vera originated in the warm, dry climates of Africa. ... East, to those of Greece and Italy in Europe, to those of India and the African continent. The plant is widely known in Asia and the Pacific, and is found in the folklore of the Japanese, the Philippines and the Hawaiians. ... Aloe vera has ...

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1. Introduction. Aloe barbadensis Mill, a member of Asphodelaceae (Liliaceae) family, is a short-stemmed succulent herb widely distributed in Europe, Asia and southern parts of North America .Of over 300 Aloe species, A. barbadensis is officially listed in the Chinese Pharmacopoeia and has been widely used as ingredients of food products, beverages, …

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HERBAL MONOGRAPH OF ALOE BARBADENSIS (syn. ALOE …

1 HERBAL MONOGRAPH OF ALOE BARBADENSIS (syn. ALOE INDICA) Dried juice of leaves of Aloe barbadensis Mill.(Syn. A.vera(Linn).Burm.f., A.indica Royle); Fam.Liliaceae. The plant is distributed throughout India.

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Aloe barbadensis is a spiky succulent plant that is abundant in nature and has been used for medicinal purposes in several cultures over thousands of years, often for treating wounds, burns and other skin ailments. It's a native plant in the driest regions of Asia, Europe, the Americas and Africa. Commonly called aloe vera, the ingredient ...

Antimicrobial activity of different Aloe barbadensis and ...

The plants of A. barbadensis Mill. and A. arborescens Mill, three years old, were kindly supplied by Dester Gardens, Brescia, Italy. Considering the plant morphology and the different chemical composition of various parts, three fresh leaves of A. barbadensis from a basal, central and apical position were taken. As for A.

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Aloe vera: Plant of Immortality

Dried juice of Aloe ferox Mill, A. perryi Baker, A. vera (L.) N.L. Burm.(= A. barbadensis Mill.) Botanical name Aloe ferox Mill, A. perryi Baker, A. vera (L.) N.L. Burm. (= A. barbadensis Mill.) Family: Liliaceae Geographical source Aloes is indigenous to eastern and southern Africa and grown in cape colony, Zanzibar and islands of Socotra,