Well, of course not. A very good anti-inflammatory agent, and has proven itself excellently for cosmetic purposes. Moisturizes, soothes, what carcinogen is capable of this?
no. Aloe has a resorbing, bactericidal, wound-healing effect. In official medicine it is produced in ampoules for intramuscular administration, inside in liquid form. In folk medicine, it is used externally for wounds and abscesses, inside, in the form of various compositions, for example, aloe with honey.
There is no clear, scientifically based evidence of the carcinogenic properties of aloe. But, if we are talking about the properties of biostimulation, then it is not recommended to use aloe in the presence of the oncological process. Just like, for example, massage, reflexology, etc.