Suggestions for drinking
Normally its about 60-80 ml per day to get the benefits of this amazing plant this is for a healthy person depending on their weight and health condition. If a person is overweight and constantly tired then they can consume more than a person who is slim and fit. If you weigh under 50kg then 40 ml a day is the normal recommended suggestion.
Additionally if the person is dealing with a health crisis then they could double or triple the daily dose as a recommendation. If you are chronically ill some have been know the have 4 x the dosage as the body actually starts craving this once it is being taken. If you are very sick the body will want the minerals and nutrients that Aloe Vera Juice offers.
- Aloe Vera Juice obtained from the inner leaf gel of potent Aloe Barbadensis Variety.
- Grown Organically in rich & fertile volcanic soils.
- Very high in beneficial polysaccharides
- Contains all the vitamins, minerals, amino acids and trace elements of the living plant.
- Vitamins: A, B2, B6, B12, C and E.
- Minerals: Calcium, Sodium, Potassium, Manganese, Magnesium, Copper, Zinc, Chromium and Selenium. Also 20 Amino Acids.
- One of Nature’s antioxidants with anti-aging Benefits
- Apply as an edible shelf life enhancement for post-harvest Fruits and Vegetables.
(Please click here to read the science journal report)
A Pharmacy in a Plant – Aloe contains at least 140 individual substances – no less than 70 essential nutrients, including a wealth of vitamins, minerals, enzymes, protein, phytosterols and amino acids.
Aloe vera juice offers vitamins A (beta-carotene and retinol), B1 (thiamine), B2 (riboflavin), B3 (niacin), B6 (pyridoxine), B12 (cyanocobalamin), choline, vitamin C (ascorbic acid), E (tocopherol) and folic acid; plus the minerals calcium, chlorine, copper, germanium, iron, magnesium, manganese, potassium, silicon, sodium, sulfur and zinc.
The plant also contains the organic acids chrysophanic, salicylic, succinic and uric and all-important polysaccharides, long chain sugar molecules such as acemannen, which act as immune stimulators and anti-inflammatory agents, as well as enzymes such as glutathione peroxidase, and resins.
Phytosterols such as B-sitosterol, a powerful anti-inflammatory and anti-cholestromatic, which helps to lower cholesterol levels, and lupeol, a potent pain reliever and antimicrobial agent, are also present.
Among Aloe’s ingredients are at least six potent antiseptic agents: lupeol, salicylic acid, urea nitrogen, cinnamonic acid, phenols and sulphur. All of these substances kill or control mold, bacteria, fungus, and viruses which helps explain Aloe’s ability to eliminate many internal and external infections.
Aloe also contains at least 23 polypeptides, or immune stimulators, and so is active against a wide range of immune system diseases. These polypeptides, together with the anti-tumor agents Aloe emodin and Aloe lectin, make Aloe an effective ally for the prevention and treatment of cancer.
Acemannan, a constituent of aloe gel shown in laboratory tests to have strong immune-stimulating and potent anti-viral activity, is thought to mimic the function of AZT, and is currently being tested as a promising adjunct to AIDS therapy. When 20 ounces of Aloe vera juice was orally administered to 69 AIDS patients per day, symptoms eventually disappeared in 81% of these patients.