Aloe Vera is a succulent native to the Arabian Peninsula but grows wild in tropical climates. Once a part of Cleopatra's daily beauty routine, this versatile plant can treat sunburns, promotes digestive health and a healthy immune system, and contains over 200 vitamins and enzymes.
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Light - Aloe Vera plants need bright light. If it does not receive enough light the leaves will drop downwards.
Water - The soil of an Aloe Vera plant should be allowed to become completely dry before watering. When you do water make sure to thoroughly drenched the soil and the water can drain freely from the bottom of the pot. The most common reason an Aloe dies is due to the soil being too wet and not able to drain. In the winter when it is dormant it needs even less water maybe once every 2 months.
Toxicity - Aloe Vera can be moderately toxic to humans and pets in the event that sap, leaves, or any part of plant is ingested.
Temperature - This plant will do just fine in normal room temperatures, between 65-85 degrees.