When the term “aloe vera” is mentioned, many thoughts may come to mind. It’s the plant that individuals have turned to for thousands of years for various reasons. Cleopatra, for example, used aloe vera as part of her beauty regimen, Christopher Columbus used it to treat wounds, and people in America used it in the early 1800s as a laxative.
Today, many people turn to aloe vera to treat sunburn and other minor burns, scrapes, bruises, and cuts. Aloe vera plants are commonplace on kitchen windowsills and in home gardens. But have you ever thought about using aloe vera for blood sugar management? Yes, it’s been shown to improve blood glucose levels.

What Is Aloe Vera?
Aloe vera is a succulent that is native to dry areas of America, Europe, Africa, and Asia. It’s composed of fleshy leaves, yellow flowers, and fruits with seeds. The leaves are made of three layers.

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