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ALOE VERA PLANT: REVIEW WITH SIGNIFICANT PHARMACOLOGICAL ACTIVITIES

@article{Chatterjee2013ALOEVP,
  title={ALOE VERA PLANT: REVIEW WITH SIGNIFICANT PHARMACOLOGICAL ACTIVITIES},
  author={Paoulomi Chatterjee and Bodhisattwa Chakraborty and Subhangkar Nandy},
  journal={Mintage Journal of Pharmaceutical and Medical Sciences},
  year={2013},
  pages={21-24}
}
Aloe vera is an herb distributed throughout the world. The herb is used internally to combat most digestive problems, including constipation, poor appetite, colitis, irritable bowel syndrome as well as, asthma, diabetes, immune system enhancement, peptic ulcers. A scrutiny of literature revealed some notable pharmacological activities of the plant such as anti-inflammatory, antiviral and antitumor, moisturizing, anti-aging effect, antiseptic, enhance immune system, hypoglycemic, cytotoxic… 

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