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We have been growing Aloe Arborescens and Aloe Vera in Sicily, in the heart of the Mediterranean, for more than 20 years.

Aloe Vera (Aloe Barbadensis Miller) is a succulent plant that belongs to the Aloaceae family, a species native to North Africa but now cultivated worldwide. The defining elements of the Aloe Vera plant are the long, green, very thick, fleshy leaves that grow in "rosettes." Inside the Leaves we can find a clear gel that has been used for centuries to treat burns, wounds, eczema and various skin disorders. The Aloe Vera plant is very versatile, and in addition to having a variety of health benefits, it is also popular as an indoor ornamental plant because of its beauty.
Aloe Vera, a portentous plant for its many beneficial properties, owes these benefits to the precious gel found within its leaves. It can be used both for external use, for the beauty of skin and hair, and for internal use with its strong gastroprotective properties, and also proves to be an excellent Food Supplement due to its strong concentration of important micronutrients. Let's find out together all there is to know about Aloe Leaves and their internal gel.
Peruvian Maca (Lepidium peruvianum G.Chacón, or Lepidum meyenii Walpers) is a plant belonging to the Brassicaceae family. Also known by the names Andes ginseng or Peruvian ginseng, pre-Columbian tribes considered it a true gift from the gods, and even today its root is used for health and wellness and as a Superfood.