These images are almost as soothing as Aloe vera itself! When I look at this plant I feel relieved. The juice inside of this succulent is perfect for applying to burns and to dry skin. It also may be taken internally (although I’m not sure of the preparation of this, Aloe vera drinks are readily available), to help with gut issues. One tip is that you can harvest an entire Aloe rind and put it in the freezer for later use. It’s helpful to have this in the kitchen since it’s easy to reach for if your skin gets burned. Another tip about growing Aloe in a container is that it does not to be watered frequently. Since it’s a succulent, Aloe uses water very efficiently and can be watered twice a month, or every two weeks, only when the soil through the container is dry. Happy Aloe!