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succulent plants having rosettes of leaves usually with fiber like hemp and spikes of showy flowers

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There are two primary substances in the cactus-like aloe plant (known by many names, including "lily of the desert"): the clear substance called aloe vera gel (or aloe gel) and aloe vera latex (aloe latex), the green part of the outer leaf that surrounds the gel.
Ue (as in tour) oo o voorloper (a boy who walks with a team of oxen) kokerboom (a large Aloe plant)
Drawings of the Aloe plant have even been found inscribed in the tombs of Pharaohs.
The aloe plant has long (up to 20 inches long and 5 inches wide), triangular, fleshy leaves that have spikes along the edges.
The most effective remedy is gel from the leaves of the aloe plant.
She spoke about visiting the area where the Aloe plant is the grown and the factory where it is processed.
The aloe plant is used around the world and has a long medicinal history.
But if you should overdo the sunbathing they even have their own remedy - the aloe plant - which is cultivated for the soothing effect of its gel.
Even when I moved out of my mother's house and into my first apartment, I went out first thing and bought myself a trusty aloe plant for the back patio.
The Aloe plant has yellow flowers and triangular leaves arranged in a rosette configuration.
If you have an aloe plant, snap off a leaf, cut it lengthwise, and apply the sap to the wound.
The aloe plant is native to Africa and was first used in medicine thousands of years ago by the Egyptians.