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Health in a Bottle
People are once again starting to turn to nature in search of a healthier life, and many of them are choosing Aloe vera as their number one source of health. Different Aloe vera products on the market, from creams to capsules, all have different use cases and bring the benefits of Aloe vera straight to you. However, while products like creams and capsules have relatively limited usage, most often in cosmetics and as oral laxatives, Aloe vera gel can have a positive effect on many different aspects of health.
Before we focus on the use cases, let’s clarify what Aloe vera gel really is. Aloe vera gel is a colorless liquid, also known as the Aloe vera juice, inside the Aloe vera leaf. It is derived from thin-walled parenchymatous cells in the inner leaf. The gel contains water and a range of active ingredients such as vitamins A, C and E, and B-group vitamins, including vitamin B-12. In addition, the gel also contains 19 out of 20 amino acids humans need, including seven out of eight essential amino acids that we must get through food because the human body cannot synthesize them on its own. Finally, Aloe vera gel contains active polysaccharides, glycoproteins, enzymes, and steroids, many of which are thought to have desirable effects on human health.
Aloe vera gel is taken orally and it works from the inside, cleansing, and improving the body. It enhances the immune system, protects the body from germs, increases the number of blood cells and the amount of hemoglobin, and reduces symptoms of inflammation (Forever Aloe Vera Gel). The gel also helps patients with constipation, ulcerative colitis, and peptic ulcer, and it has been known to reduce the degradation of vitamins in the gastrointestinal tract. Furthermore, the Aloe vera gel has positive effects on skin tone and complexion. It moisturizes the skin, protects it from acne, removes dead and repairs damaged skin cells, and improves the healing process of low-degree burns. The gel also improves the condition of hair and reduces hair loss. Lastly, drinking Aloe vera gel may help with jaundice, joint pain, heart problems, diabetes, and problems with the urinary tract.
Because of its various positive effects, Aloe vera gel is popular and widely available. But it isn’t always easy to tell which product is safe, pure, and truly beneficial. Forever Aloe vera Gel by Forever Living Products is made from fresh Aloe vera leaves that have never been exposed to pesticides or herbicides. It is as natural and as close to the fresh Aloe vera gel as possible, with no artificial flavoring or coloring.
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