Kumari, Korphad (Aloe vera) as commonly called is actually a nothing less than a miracle herb which has caught attention of one and all in recent years. There is hardly any health problem or skin problem where Aloe Vera is not useful. It is called Kumari, Grihakanya, Ghritakumarika in Sanskrit; Gheekunwar, Kuwarpatta, Guar Patha in Hindi, and Kadevi Kunwar in Gujarati. When the outer most layer of Korphad is dried, inner layers take its place, so it remains afresh.
How suitably has it been named ‘Kumaril (meaning virgin). Just hang the whole plant to the ceiling and it stays fresh for many days. This is the beauty of the plant. This herb grows well in dry, sandy soil. It is found almost everywhere in India. The leaves of Aloe vera are thick and stout, containing fleshy and sticky material inside. The margins of leaves are turned inwards and have small thorns, on the edges.
- Cuts and Burns
- Excessive heat related burning sensation
- Healthy growth of hair
- Pimples, wrinkles
- Menstrual Problems
- Painful Ulcers
- Oral Health
- All skin problems
Effect on Tridoshas
It balances all doshas.
It is used internally as well as externally in form of pulp, juice, and gel.
There are no side effects of this product.
Aloe Vera Pulp, dried