Is aloe healthy?
There are institutions such as the National Institutes of Health which consider that there is sufficient evidence that aloe in its topical use can help in the treatment of Psoriasis, rashes. Etc.... You can see it on this link.
What there is consensus on at a global level is in the scientific community. There are hundreds of scientific studies throughout the world carried out by independent bodies such as research teams, universities, toxicologists, hospitals, oncology specialists; where their research describes the practical experiences of the healthy capacity of aloe vera for the cases studied. For this reason, Naturae, from the consultancy point of view, is the first and only company in Europe to have compiled all these scientific publications on its web site, with the aim of disseminating their scientific value, so that it is the end consumer who draws his or her own conclusions.
The beneficial properties of any food must be specifically recognised by the authorities that regulate food safety. There are authorities that show this, such as the MFDS (Korean Ministry of Food and Drugs), who recognise that in human studies, aloe products containing between 20-30 mg/l of aloin are safe. And it has recognised health claims for these levels such as "aloe helps maintain gastrointestinal function" or "helps maintain immune function". You can see the link here.
The European Medicines Agency (EMA) has so far recognised that hydroxyanthracenes, including those in aloe, have a function as laxatives and are authorised as anti-constipation drugs as they improve intestinal function; however in food and food supplements the EFSA has not specifically recognised this function. You can see the link here.