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Ivan E. Danhof

Professor of Clinical Pharmacology and Physiology

University of Texas

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University of Texas

7703 Floyd Curl Dr (MC7843)

San Antonio, Texas,78229

United States

Company Description

The University of Texas - Austin was founded in 1883 and comes in at 7 on the list of best computer engineering programs. The University of Texas - Austin is also one of the biggest schools in America with a total of 50,950 students currently enrolled. This la...more

Background Information

Employment History

Professor

Texas University


Affiliations

ALOEMAXX Health Systems

Medical Advisory Board Member


Education

herbal medicines

Nangrahar University


M.D.

University of Texas


Ph.D.

physiology

University of Illinois


bachelor's degree

biology and chemistry

University of North Texas


master's degree

microbiology

University of North Texas


master's degree

nutrition

University of Illinois


Web References(128 Total References)


Whole Leaf Aloe Vera And The Skin - Whole Leaf Aloe Vera

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Research conducted by Ivan E. Danhof, Ph.D., M.D., retired professor of clinical pharmacology and physiology at the University of Texas, and author of a three-book series on Aloe, shows Aloe vera gel penetrates human skin almost four times faster than water . Because Aloe is a super penetrator, it is added to moisturizers and shampoos, and aftershave creams.
As a super emollient and emulsifier, Aloe vera gel penetrates and moisturizes the under layers of skin . Danhof and other researchers observed that when Aloe vera is combined with other healing substances, it can help these substances penetrate the skin easily and deeply.


Whole Leaf Aloe Vera And The Skin

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Research conducted by Ivan E. Danhof, Ph.D., M.D., retired professor of clinical pharmacology and physiology at the University of Texas, and author of a three-book series on Aloe, shows Aloe vera gel penetrates human skin almost four times faster than water.
Because Aloe is a super penetrator, it is added to moisturizers and shampoos, and aftershave creams. As a super emollient and emulsifier, Aloe vera gel penetrates and moisturizes the under layers of skin. Danhof and other researchers observed that when Aloe vera is combined with other healing substances, it can help these substances penetrate the skin easily and deeply.


www.theorganicpharmacy.com

One of the main studies carried out on human tissues was conducted by Dr Ivan Danhof of the University of Texas.
He found several unique attributes that explain aloe's activity. Firstly he found that aloe is able to penetrate several layers of the skin four times faster than water alone. Dr Danhof also showed that aloe was able to increase fibrobalst cell production by six to eight times.


Life Force Vault - Aloe Inflammation and Immunity

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Research conducted by Ivan E. Danhof, Ph.D., M.D., retired professor of clinical pharmacology and physiology at the University of Texas, and author of a three-book series on Aloe, shows Aloe vera gel penetrates human skin almost four times faster than water.
Because Aloe is a super penetrator, it is added to moisturizers and shampoos, and aftershave creams. As a super emollient and emulsifier, Aloe vera gel penetrates and moisturizes the under layers of skin. Danhof and other researchers observed that when Aloe vera is combined with other healing substances, it can help these substances penetrate the skin easily and deeply.


Health & Aging

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Although aloe is a complex blend of polysacchaides, enzymes, minerals and amino acids suspended in pure water, Dr. Ivan Danhof, retired professor of physiology at the University of Texas, believes he has tracked aloe's strong pain-blocking action to the enzyme bradkininase.


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