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Aloe Varieties

While available in over 500 species in the wild, the most commonly available species is aloe vera. These short-stemmed or stemless plants have thick leaves with serrated edges which are thicker at the base and taper toward the tip. The leaves are filled with a clear, gel-like substance known as aloin which is commonly used to treat sunburn and as a remedy for constipation. The flavour is fresh and slightly bitter with a gentle sweetness.

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