Aloe vera

Illustration plant aloe vera

Acerola cherry is a small fruit similar to a cherry. Originally from Latin America, it is now grown in Brazil. It was named Acerola cherry in the 16th century by the Spanish conquistadors. It has a vitamin C content of 20 to 30 times more than citrus fruit.

Aloe vera

Part used
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Mucilage of the leaf
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Particularities
Widely used in cosmetics
Aloe vera Superdiet Habitat
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Warm climates

Aloe vera

Aloe vera Superdiet
  • Part used

    Mucilage of the leaf

  • Particularities

    Widely used in cosmetics

  • Habitat

    Warm climates

Contraindications

Not recommended for children under 12 and pregnant or breast-feeding women.

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