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13 March 2023

Aloe Vera Fayoum is local startup

 

Aloe Vera Fayoum is local startup aims to make Aloe Vera digital market Aloe Vera Fayoum is local startup aims to make Aloe Vera digital market


Aloe Vera Fayoum is local startup aims to trade Aloe Vera digital market .

The history of Aloe Vera Aloe vera is one of the oldest recorded medicinal plants. The first known record of aloe vera was 6000 years ago in Ancient Egypt, where it was viewed as a god-like plant, and they even illustrated the walls of their sacred temples with pictures of aloe. When a Pharaoh died, the ‘fee’ to enter the funeral ceremony was a pound of aloe. Wealthy families would gift hundreds or thousands of pounds of aloe to show how highly they regarded their recently deceased Pharaoh. The aloe was then used to make a mixture of embalming fluid. The common belief at the time, was that in stopping the physical decomposition process, eternal life could be attained – both on a physical and a spiritual level. Aloe was known as the “plant of eternity “. The first detailed description of aloes is probably in the Ebers Papyrus.

The history of Aloe Vera Aloe vera is one of the oldest recorded medicinal plants. The first known record of aloe vera was 6000 years ago in Ancient Egypt, where it was viewed as a god-like plant, and they even illustrated the walls of their sacred temples with pictures of aloe. When a Pharaoh died, the ‘fee’ to enter the funeral ceremony was a pound of aloe. Wealthy families would gift hundreds or thousands of pounds of aloe to show how highly they regarded their recently deceased Pharaoh. The aloe was then used to make a mixture of embalming fluid. The common belief at the time, was that in stopping the physical decomposition process, eternal life could be attained – both on a physical and a spiritual level. Aloe was known as the “plant of eternity “. The first detailed description of aloes is probably in the Ebers Papyrus.

The history of Aloe Vera Aloe vera is one of the oldest recorded medicinal plants. The first known record of aloe vera was 6000 years ago in Ancient Egypt, where it was viewed as a god-like plant, and they even illustrated the walls of their sacred temples with pictures of aloe. When a Pharaoh died, the ‘fee’ to enter the funeral ceremony was a pound of aloe. Wealthy families would gift hundreds or thousands of pounds of aloe to show how highly they regarded their recently deceased Pharaoh. The aloe was then used to make a mixture of embalming fluid. The common belief at the time, was that in stopping the physical decomposition process, eternal life could be attained – both on a physical and a spiritual level. Aloe was known as the “plant of eternity “. The first detailed description of aloes is probably in the Ebers Papyrus.




Aloe Vera  specifications

1. Amino Acids 

2. wound healing hormones 

3. vitamins 

4. organic acids 

5. Mineral 

6. Antiseptic agents 

7. Bionic stimulator 

8. Enzymes 

9. Sugar, polysaccharides 

10. Aloe-emollient 

11. Flacons 

12. Anthraquinone 

13. Tannins and steroids 

14. Calcium Oxalate 

15. Phenolred


The reputation of Cleopatra’s beauty, great love of Mark Antony, is a fact that lives in people’s imagination for centuries. For a long time, studies have tried to understand the secret to the fame of this great ancient Egyptian character.


What was the secret behind her beauty, her skin, hair, face, and body? What kind of food could rejuvenate the skin, stimulate collagen, moisturize and have anti-microbial properties that fight fungi and bacteria?


All of these functions are actually found in Aloe Vera. Ancient records show that the benefits of Aloe Vera have been known to mankind for centuries. Its therapeutic advantages and healing properties have survived more than 5000 years! The benefits are outstanding!


The total world wide cultivation of Aloe vera in 2004 is about" 23,589 hectare, divided between the American Continent (81%), the Asian and Australian Continents together (18%), and the African Continent (1%). The demand for Aloe vera products is increasing in the international market due to the vast benefits that can be driven out of the product. The value for Aloe vera products is about 110 billion USD while the value for raw material is about 125 million USD. Sales values .


of Aloe vera gel in North America in 2004 contributes nearly 87 % from all the American Continent sales, distributed among three countries namely: Mexico (35.48 million USD), Dominican Republic (21.58 million USD), and United States (9.29 million USD). While other countries in the American Continent like Costa Rica contributes by (5.30 million USD), Guatemala (4.22 million USD), Venezuela (0.42 million USD), Brazil (0.10 million USD), and Argentina (0.06 million USD). Sales values of Aloe vera gel in Thailand contribute nearly 89 % from all the Asian Continent sales in 2004, reaching (40.56


million USD). While other countries in the Asian Continent like China contributes by (4.43 million USD), India (0.37 million USD), and Malaysia (0.12 million USD). As for the contribution of Australia in the Australian Continent sales values of Aloe vera gel in 2004 reached (1.58 million USD). Nevertheless the small volumes and values of Aloe vera global trade, it is obvious that there is a significant trade both between countries within the region and for wider market which is currently unrecorded in CITES trade statistics. The total value of Aloe vera accounting for exports approximately 8 millions USD, distributed among 119 countries over the period 2014 – 2016. The top ten countries for Aloe vera exports values namely: Nigeria (2,386,404 USD), Turkey (750,607 USD), United Arab Emirates (545,538 USD), U.S (465,232 USD), Sri Lanka (315,829 USD), Iran (299,181 USD), Mozambique (275,845 USD), Saudi Arabia (232,816 USD), Jordan (202,561 USD), and Tanzania (172,193 USD). The Asian Continent is ranked number one for Aloe vera exports values (3,554,274 USD), nearly followed by the African Continent (3,523,762 USD), then the American Continent (552,141 USD), the European Continent (366,763 USD), and the Australian Continent (139,030 USD). The total value of Aloe vera accounting for imports approximately 13 millions USD, distributed among 36 countries over the period 2014 – 2016. The top ten countries for Aloe vera imports values namely: U.S (9,958,561 USD), Mexico (964,364 USD), Italy (661,748 USD), Spain (355,781 USD), China (307,097 USD), Poland (183,962 USD), France (163,509 USD), U.K (162,593 USD), Germany (88,277 USD), and South Korea (60,169 USD). The American Continent is ranked number one for Aloe vera exports values (10,924,071 USD), followed by the European Continent (1,644,781 USD), then the Asian Continent (464,525 USD), the African Continent (7,410 USD), and the Australian Continent (5,827 USD). Egypt considered the biggest exporter for the vegetable extracts and saps to Algeria, Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates, Tunisia, Congo, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Ghana, Cameroon,


Iraq, and Yemen. However the Egyptian monthly exports for vegetable extracts and saps during the period (2010 – 2014) took a decreasing general trend which reflects the economic situation that was due to the political conditions (Egyptian revolutions) during this period in Egypt. The trade flow between the main Egyptian exportation markets and the main competitors to Egypt from the vegetable extracts and saps during the period (2010 - 2014), it is observed that Algeria market kept the first position for the Egyptian exports for the vegetable extracts and saps during the period (2010 - 2014) except in 2011. While other Arab markets like Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates, and Tunisia kept advanced positions during the same period except in 2011. It appeared that in 2011 the African countries like Ghana, Cameroon, and Congo earned the advanced positions instead of the Arab countries. Turkey exported the biggest quantity for the vegetable extracts and saps to Egypt during the period (2010 - 2013) and it ranked the second exporter after Egypt for exporting the biggest quantity for the vegetable extracts and saps to other countries such as Saudi Arabia during the period (2010 - 2014), Algeria in 2014, and Tunisia during the period (2012 - 2014). India exported the biggest quantities for the vegetable extracts and saps to Egypt in 2014 reached 63635 kg and also to United.


Arab of Emirates reached 237105 kg. India ranked the second exporter after Egypt for exporting the biggest quantity for the vegetable extracts and saps to United Arab of Emirates during the period (2010 - 2013). Germany ranked the second exporter after Egypt for exporting the biggest quantity for the vegetable extracts and saps to Algeria during the period (2010 - 2013). However Germany don't exporting the biggest quantities of the vegetable extracts and saps to nearly most of countries like Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Tunisia, etc., but it is almost gained the biggest exports values. The current situation for Aloe vera in Egypt is neglected, statistical data about Aloe vera in Egypt concern area, "productivity, yield and even production is very rare. source:


POTENTIAL OF ALOE VERA L. PLANT FOR ENHANCING THE VALUE ADDED OF AGRICULTURE SECTOR IN THE NEW RECLAIMED LANDS 


By HEBA MOHAMED SALAH ABD ELHAMID B.Sc. Agric. Sci. (International Agriculture), Fac. Agric., Cairo Univ., 2005



CEO&Founder of Aloe Vera Fayoum is local startup 

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