Thursday, December 27, 2007

Aloe Vera Juice

Isn't Aloe Vera only for the skin? Nope! Aloe Vera Juice, a popular elixir derived from aloe vera gel, it can be used to treat a range of ailments in addition to skin conditions.

It is also known to contain numerous vitamins, minerals, amino acids, enzymes, natural sugars, and agents which may have antimicrobial properties.

In addition to juice and gel forms, Aloe Vera concentrate is available in gel capsules which can be used as a laxative and promote wound healing
Aloe vera juice can help to detoxify and cleanse the body. The detoxification properties of the juice also work to detoxify the blood stream. Aloe vera juice can also benefit a person with intestinal or stomach problems.

It can aid in the healing of ulcers and help the digestive tract to work smoothly. Aloe vera juice is know to also improve circulation.

Aloe vera juice also has many of the health benefits that aloe vera gel offers. Such as, antibacterial, antiviral and antifungal properties. Taking aloe vera juice regularly can be very effective and offer a feeling of energy and good health!

The benefits that aloe vera juice offers goes beyond those of aloe vera gel. Putting Aloe Vera into juice form allows people to recieve both the external and internal benefits of aloe vera.

By drinking aloe vera juice a person can reap the benefits of aloe vera’s ability to aid in digestion, improve circulation, and detoxify the body.

Aloe vera juice can be a part of a person’s healthy lifestyle because it is safe to take everyday. A good amount to be taken daily would be about 2-4 ounces twice a day to take advantage of the health benefits offered by this wonderful drink.

Aloe Vera Health Benefits

  • Promotes Cell Renewal
  • Protects from Early Aging
  • Helps Heal Wounds
  • Protects Skin against damage from the sun
  • Improves Digestion
  • Relieves digestive system disorders such as IBS, Candida, and Acid Indegestion.
  • Removes dead skin cells
  • Soothes pain caused by Arthritis

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