All About Aloe:
There are over 240 different species of Aloe, growing mainly in the dry regions of Africa, Asia, Europe and America.
Although Aloe vera is a member of the Lily family, it is very cactus-like in appearance.
Of the 240+ species of Aloe, four are recognized as having nutritional value, with Aloe barbadensis miller leading the group. Aloe barbadensis miller is the type of Aloe used in most commercial products with aloe content available today.
- Proven to increase cell growth three-fold (Dr. James E. Fulton)
- Promotes rapid wound healing after skin resurfacing treatments (chemical and mechanical procedures)
- Effective in treating a variety of dermatological conditions and diseases of the skin
- Instantly soothing to the skin
- Deeply penetrating without "heat"
- Relieves pain, swelling and tightness associated with sprains, strains and bruises
- Reduces inflammation in muscles, tendons (tendonitis) and joints (bursitis)
- Relieves itching and skin irritations resulting from many causes
- Promotes healing of chemical burns, minor sunburns, razor burns, floor burns and mat burns
U.S. Patent #5,356,811
Aloe Vera products
"I have been using Coats Aloe Vera Products for 15 years. The Liniment is the best tool an Athletic Trainer has for conditions such as sprains, strains, tennis elbow, etc. The products are superior to any other modality in the everyday treatment of athletic injuries"
Trainer for the University of Houston