I remember my Grandmother grabbing a piece of her aloe Vera plant and applying its gel to a burn, insect bites  or minor wound. The aloe Vera gel comes from the inner portion of the leaves. But there is another form that has many benefits as well – the aloe vera juice! The aloe juice is taken from the tubules just beneath the outer skin of the leaves.

Aloe Vera a ’heal-all’ remedy, that is good for many conditions, both internal and external. It is one of the oldest healing remedies and natural antibiotics in the world. Taken internally, aloe works wonders for absorption of vitamins and minerals, circulation, and elimination.

It is known to purify the blood, reduce inflammation, ease arthritis pain, prevent kidney stones, lower high cholesterol, prevent Candida, boost physical endurance, hydrates your body, benefit cardiovascular health, removes various toxins and protect the body from oxidative stress. It also soothes ulcers, hemorrhoids, gastritis, diverticulitis, colitis, irritable bowel syndrome, and other digestive disorders.

Aloe provides recovery from fatigue and aids in muscle function as well as optimal utilization of several vitamins, minerals, and enzymes. It’s alkaline nature, helps to soothe acidosis and alkalinize the whole body.

With such wonderful benefits, it’s easy to see why it’s a great addition to anyone’s diet, but most people aren’t sure how to use it. There are many ways you can consume and use aloe vera, and one of the easiest is to blend it with water, coconut water or juice. Come and get our new “Aloe Vera Pineapple Cooler”…it is filled with the benefits of the Aloe Vera and is also loaded with kefir water,which aids probiotic to this amazing drink. The Pineapple juice takes out the bitter flavor of the aloe, leaving you with a refreshing, healing drink to enjoy anytime throughout the day.

Last tip…

Studies of a aloe commissioned by the International Aloe Science Council confirm that taking daily vitamin supplements with aloe vera juice instead of water can improve the absorption of the supplements. One study showed an increase of over 204% absorption of Vitamin C & E when using aloe gel. Another study showed an increase of 210% absorption of Vitamin C and 180% of Vitamin B12 when using aloe juice.