My Top 3 Benefits of Drinking Pure Aloe Vera

Back in November 2017, I was introduced to the Aloe Vera Drink Gel (or Juice as some call it).  If you're like me, your mom had a a bottle of Aloe Vera Jelly or the actual Aloe Vera plant in the house while growing up and would use it on sunburned skin or if we somehow managed to burn ourselves at the stove.

I'm learning there are so many benefits of this plant such as skin irritations, cold cores, muscle cramps and even inflammation.  But did you know you can drink aloe?  I didn't.  I thought I'd share with you some of the benefits of drinking aloe and what it has done for me since I started drinking it back in November.

The Aloe Vera Plant has been around for over 6,000 years.  The aloe vera plant is one of the oldest plants used in natural healing. Cleopatra was known to use aloe in your skincare routine!  Aloe vera contains over 200 biologically active, naturally-occurring constituents including vitamins, enzymes, amino acids, and minerals that promote nutrient absorption, digestive health, a healthy immune system, and a reduction of nitrates.

Since I started drinking Aloe Vera juice

A. My skin has improved (I fight Seborrhea Dermatitis and Rosacea daily).

B. I beat the odds during flu season (I'm the only one in my household who wasn't sick and the only one drinking AV juice) and

C. My teeth have less tartar buildup (yes, you can brush your teeth with aloe jelly, I do!).

I've also learned that drinking aloe helps with digestion and because of this, many Lupus and Crohn's patients find some relief with their symptoms.

There are a couple of things to keep in mind when purchasing any aloe vera products.  If it's green in color, the manufacturer added green dye.  If it says "concentrate" on the bottle, it's been processed and filtered.  95% of the over-the-counter aloe vera products contain little to no aloe.  Many manufacturers grind up the outer leaves to create a "powder". The powder has no health benefits. Look at the labels and compare.  You get what you pay for and most likely, you're paying for water.  You want to be sure they fillet the aloe leaves by hand. Filleting is the process by which the pure gel in the inner leaves is separated from the hard outer leaves. This technique means that aloe leaves are never pulverized and mixed with the gel.

Make sure organic aloe vera gel is picked by hand, processed and packaged within the space of one day. This way, you can be sure that the gel reaches you exactly as Mother Nature intended: direct, natural and pure..

Do any of these symptoms sound familiar? If so, you might want to give Aloe a try.

 

 

If you would like to learn more about which Aloe Vera Juice I drink and highly recommend, click here.

 

 

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4 thoughts on “My Top 3 Benefits of Drinking Pure Aloe Vera”

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