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The use of aloe vera in herbal medicine has a history of over 5000 years. All civilisations without exception have used the plant as a therapeutic remedy. Aloe vera appears in Chinese and Sumerian writings around 3000 B.C. In the time of the pharaohs the Egyptians idealised aloe vera and called it “the plant of immortality”. It can be found written on papyrus describing the anti-inflammatory and pain relieving effects. It was named by the pharaoh as the “elixir of eternal life”. It is said that Cleopatra used aloe vera on a daily basis.


In Arabic culture, aloe vera has been known since ancient times as the “flower of the desert”. Arabic people were the first to sell aloe vera in the Middle East. Its medicinal value has been also appreciated in places such as India, China and Malaysia. In the Greco-Roman era, illustrious physicians such as Aristotle, Hippocrates and Dioscorides, among others, already emphasized their valuable properties to heal wounds, boils, eye conditions, care for the skin, prevent hair loss or alleviate genital ulcers. It is said that Aristotle persuaded Alexander the Great to invade the island of Socotra for his plantations of aloe, which would allow the healing of his warriors.

Aloe Vera is composed of 95% water and 5% solid components.

It contains more than 200 nutrients essential to the human organism. Of these, 75 are valuable active principles currently used in pharmacology, cosmetics and medicine. The plant of Aloe vera contains, in a perfect equilibrium:

  • 20 amino acids (of the 22 existing), among which are 7 of the 8 essential amino acids for the human body.
  • Sugars: monosaccharides (glucose and fructose) and polysaccharides (Glucomannans and Polyominoes), which include Acemannan (or Acemannan) and aloverose. Acemannan is known for its ability to increase the immune system by stimulating the production of macrophages and improving the activity of T-lymphocytes up to 50%.

Aloe Vera Properties

5000+ Years

5000+ Years

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Nefertiti & Kleopatra

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Healing Properties

Healing Properties

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Where is Aloe Vera in Our Lives?

Skin Care

The first discovery of aloe vera in its thousands of years of history was thanks to its miraculous effects on the skin.

Hair & Body Care

Verway Aloe Vera products cannot be compared with the amount and chemical formula of aloe vera said to be found in creams. Revitalize your body with the radiance and power


Although health and taste are two concepts that can hardly come together, you will change your mind with gourmet and selected recipes prepared with Aloe Vera. Without regret

Manicure - Pedicure

One of the ways to bring healing and beauty to your body from head to toe with the magical power of Aloe Vera is to make use of aloe vera in manicure and pedicure applications.




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