- Traditionally used as a demulcent to help soothe irritation/inflammation of the gastrointestinal tract.
How It Works:
Aloe Vera has been used for ages for it many healing properties. Ancient Egyptian medical writings indicate the use of aloe vera for healing infections and wounds, skin problems, and as a laxative. Even today, Ayurvedic physicians use aloe for intestinal worms, menstrual problems, and skin ulcers. Aloe vera is a source of over 200 nutritional substances. There are about two hundred species of this amazing plant, but the aloe vera, meaning “true aloe” in Latin, is considered the most effective healer. Two thousand years ago, the Greek physicians used aloe vera as a treatment for everything from constipation to burns to kidney ailments.
Medicinal Ingredients: Aloe vera (leaf gel) 10%. Non-medicinal Ingredients: Purified water, citric acid, potassium sorbate and sodium benzoate.
Dosage (adults): Take 150-300 mL each day. Drink this refreshing vegetable juice with meals, as is, or mix with fruit or other vegetable juices.