Aloe Vera Barbadensis Miller (family: Aloaceae / Liliaceae), otherwise known as Aloe Vera, is one of about 250 species of Aloe. It is a succulent plant and belongs to the lilly family. It looks like a cactus, it reaches a height of about 60 cm to 1 meter and can reach two meters in length. The leaves are thick, fleshy, with high water content, which are joined at the stem of the plant forming a rosette. The underside of the leaf is convex and has a light pink color at the end of the leaf. Leaves have a triangle form, their color is greenish grey and at their outline have small white spines with a distance of 10—20mm. Aloe Vera plants blossom during spring and summer with orange-yellow flowers.