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Aloe is a plant that is widely used in the cosmetic and pharmaceutical industries. It is known for its healing and soothing properties, and is often used to treat skin conditions such as burns, eczema, and psoriasis. Aloe is also used in some dietary supplements and herbal remedies.

However, aloe can be toxic if ingested in large amounts. It can cause abdominal cramps, diarrhea, and vomiting. It can also cause liver damage and kidney failure.

Associated brand names:
  ▸  Aloe Vera Gel
  ▸  Aloe Vera Juice
  ▸  Aloe Vera Extract
  ▸  Aloe Vera Capsules
  ▸  Aloe Vera Powder
  ▸  Aloe Vera Cream
  ▸  Aloe Vera Lotion
  ▸  Aloe Vera Soap
  ▸  Aloe Vera Oil

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