Aloe Vera Juice Benefits


Aloe Vera Health & Beauty

Aloe Vera Information Since 1997 - Introduction


Thank you for taking time to read the information provided here, with a focus on Aloe Vera benefits. This site has been online since February 1997 and cited on many other websites.
 
What you will learn:

1. The uses and history of the plant.
2. How much aloe vera juice to drink daily.2. The Top 10 Aloe Vera Benefits
3. How to grow and maintain your own plants. (Under revision for update.)
4. How to make your own aloe juice from your own, mature (at least five years of age), plants.  (Under revision for update.)
5. Useful website for the purest, freshest aloe vera products. (Links for United States, and All Other Countries)
6. The freshest, purest aloe vera product available in your country.

The aloe vera plant is a succulent that most likely originated in the Arabian Peninsula and is now found on every continent of the world except the Arctic and Antarctic. Due to sensitivity to the cold, in cooler climates it will grow only in protected places, such as a greenhouse. The inner gel of the spear-like leaves is used in modern times for health and beauty products (lotions, cosmetics, etc.), juices, and even has a growing presence in the food industry as a natural preservative.

There are over 200 types of aloe in the world. Of these the most important for human health and nutrition is Aloe Barbadensis Miller, more commonly known as Aloe Vera (vera, from the Latin, meaning “true”).

See how these aloe vera juices, skin rejuvenation, weight management, etc. are made - providing you with the purest and freshest nutrients and health benefits while giving valuable employment to thousands.



As one of the oldest recognized botanicals with benefits for health and caring for your skin. The inner gel, extracted from the pure inner gel of the leaves of the plant, has long been lauded for its natural regenerative, soothing, cooling, and moisturizing abilities. When applied to your skin the gel can soothe minor burns, comfort and moisturize stressed skin, and even help aid in your skin’s ability to regenerate itself. In fact, there is even an Aloe-based toothpaste, “Forever Bright Toothgel,” that is proven to be more effective than the two leading brands of toothpaste in the USA at fighting germs and harmful bacteria in your mouth.

You have probably found relief from the plant’s gel on your skin when you got a minor sunburn or other skin irritation. But did you know drinking the juice (made only from the pure inner gel) provides your body with 200 health promoting compounds, including 20 minerals, 18 amino acids and 12 vitamins?

These naturally potent juices are sought after by people who want to maintain a healthy digestive system and a natural, optimal energy level with optimum health and nutrition.

Skin Benefits of Aloe Vera

Our skin, the largest organ of our body, plays a critical role in defending the body against dangers such as pollutants and other natural forces that would otherwise destroy vital organ and bodily functions. So it is important that we do our best to protect the body’s primary barrier and defense from harmful natural, and man-made substances. One of the best tools in our defense arsenal, it is provided by nature to protect and regenerate skin cells.

Because the inner gel of the leaf naturally moisturizes and soothes when applied to our skin, as well as providing vital nutrients to our bones, organs, and skin (including all of the essential amino acids that the body cannot produce), Aloe Vera is useful both in the form of juices and products formulated specifically to care for your skin.

There is a full line of aloe vera-based face care products that work naturally by providing essential moisturizers and vitamins to the skin. These complete skincare and personal care formulations can help counteract the environment’s harsh effects, and are certified with the International Aloe Science Council Seal of Approval.

Nutrients in Aloe Vera Juice Essential to Optimal Health

With more than 200 nutrition compounds in pure Aloe Vera juice made from the inner gel of the leaf (the rind has essentially no nutritional value), juices made with stabilized, pure gel (without the useless rind) of the leaf the #1 ingredient are packed with nutritional value. Because of the importance of aloe gel for nutrition a paragraph here will not suffice. Instead a full page is dedicated to this important topic: read the Top Ten Aloe Vera Benefits page for more detailed information.

A Warning About Aloin Compound (included in misleading "Whole Leaf Aloe Vera")

According to Wikipedia (see linked reference at the bottom of this page):

” Aloin, a compound found in the exudate of some Aloe species, was the common ingredient in over-the-counter (OTC) laxative products in the United States until 2002 when the Food and Drug Administration banned it because the companies manufacturing it failed to provide the necessary safety data. Aloe vera has potential toxicity, with side effects occurring at some dose levels both when ingested or applied topically. Although toxicity may be less when aloin is removed by processing, Aloe vera that contains aloin in excess amounts may induce side effects. ”  The products in this site have absolutely no aloin in them.

Why Stabilized Gel?

What is meant by the stabilization of pure gel, and how does it apply to the highest in quality of health and beauty products? When you cut open a potato, or bite into an apple, the process of oxidation immediately begins. You notice this a few minutes later when the potato or apple “meat” begins to darken. The longer the inner “meat” of an apple or a potato are exposed to oxygen, the more they oxidize, resulting in a breakdown of important nutrients.

This same process occurs with the inner gel of the leaf. Thus it is critical that aloe gel is “stabilized” without losing nutrients and other health benefits found in the gel for both internal and external use. The gel in the drinks, skincare and other product on this site are all made with the primary ingredient of 100% stabilized gel. In fact, an independent laboratory found that this unique stabilized gel is essentially identical to that found in the leaf of a living plant.

Readers’ Choice: Most Viewed Pages

Second only to this page, the most viewed page on this website is, "How Much Aloe Vera Juice Should I Drink Daily". The purest consumable juices anywhere, see the purest juices in the world. The juices recommended on this site were the first to receive certification by the International Aloe Science Council. The rich cocktail of naturally potent and 100% stabilized gel, pulp and liquid in these juices authenticates they are exactly as nature intended. Taken daily either alone or mixed with fruit or vegetable juice. In a comparison to all other brands, these juices are purest and most naturally potent available to you.

Learn how to care for your plant. Learn how to make your own juice at home from the plants in your own garden. Learn how much aloe vera juice you should drink daily for optimal benefits.

Read about the myth of “whole leaf” aloe vera juice and how you ultimately pay more money for less quality and much less gel purity.

REFERENCES:
Wikipedia article on the negative effects of Aloin

These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These items are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.



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