Native to southern Africa but distributed in all the countries of the temperate belt, the Aloe Arborescens belongs to the family of Aloaceae. It has a woody stem and in its natural state develops into a multi-headed shrub up to 3-4m high bearing deep red-orange flowers
Its high concentration of active principles (about
three times higher than Aloe Vera) makes it particularly apt for
use in the field of food supplements.