ALOE VERA LEAVES FRESH (click image to view)

 
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Product: Fresh Aloe Vera Leaves

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There is approximately 4 oz wt. per leave.

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Aloe Vera is a major medicinal plant when it comes to treating and protecting the skin. Used externally, it is very effective on burns and sunburn, as well as a variety of skin diseases (eczema, pruritus, psoriasis, acne) – it is extremely constructive and protective.

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FRESH ALOE VERA LEAVES 

Aloe Vera plant can be recognized by its triangular leaves, that have serrated edges and a fleshy texture that is pliable. The inner flesh of the leaf is where you will find the medicinal aloe, that has a jelly-like consistency and is somewhat translucent.

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Meaning “shining bitter substance” in Arabic, the Aloe plant has been consumed and applied topically for thousands of years. Aloe juice has an astringent flavor that is mildly bitter with a refreshing aftertaste.

What is the use of aloe vera?

Aloe Vera is a major medicinal plant when it comes to treating and protecting the skin. Used externally, it is very effective on burns and sunburn, as well as a variety of skin diseases (eczema, pruritus, psoriasis, acne) – it is extremely constructive and protective.

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Is aloe vera juice a laxative?

When taken orally, aloe latex is a type of laxative called a stimulant laxative. Stimulant laxatives speed up the bowels and can cause diarrhea in some people. Diarrhea can increase the effects of warfarin and increase the risk of bleeding. If you take warfarin, do not to take excessive amounts of aloe latex.

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Is the aloe vera plant a cactus?

It seems people don’t mistake Aloe Vera for a cactus since they know it simply as “Aloe Vera”, however, there are over 240 species of Aloe many of which are commonly misnamed “Cacti”. Aloes occur naturally in the dry regions of Africa, Asia, Europe, and the Americas.


Enjoy the Benefits of Aloe Vera Juice

Most people are aware that aloe vera soothes dry skin, sunburn, and other skin irritations, but not many know of the many health benefits the plant offers when it’s consumed. For instance, recent studies have shown that aloe vera helps the immune system, encourages normal blood sugar, and reduces redness and swelling. Best of all it’s natural and totally safe! 

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More and more products are being created to help people consume aloe vera. One of the most popular is aloe vera juice. The benefits are many, and here are some of the most notable:

  • Aids digestion and even relieves occasional constipation 
  • Eases stomach ache and acid 
  • Increases alkalization and reduces acidity in the body 
  • Soothes redness and swelling 
  • Encourages normal stomach lining 
  • Supports memory, learning, and overall mood 

Surprised? There’s actually more. It’s because aloe vera contains a wealth of nutrients, like vitamins A, C, E, and B12, as well as minerals like potassium, zinc, and magnesium.  It also provides powerful antioxidants, helps to balance metabolism, promotes oral health boosts the immune system, and even supports normal circulation and blood pressure. It’s been reported to promote heart health.  In another study, aloe encouraged normal blood sugar

Even though aloe vera juice is ingested, it still contains many nutrients that make it great for your skin! It remains a powerful tool for irritated skin due to burns, minor cuts, and severe dryness.

Even when consumed, many of aloe vera’s properties still pass through the body and ultimately aid the skin in the same ways as aloe gels and lotions do when they are applied topically. Now, no one is saying that aloe is some magic cure-all, but the plant does contain a wealth of nutrients that benefit those who use it.

Why Should You Drink Aloe Juice?

In addition to its many internal health benefits, drinking aloe juice is great because it enables you to ingest the plant’s nutrients without dealing with the unpleasant taste of fresh aloe.

It also helps to take the guesswork out of what you should actually consume, as the aloe’s inner and outer leaf properties vary greatly. I should also note that there are over 400 different species of aloe, each with their own chemical composition.

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If you are looking to consume aloe vera juice or any other product, be sure to verify that you’re looking at things made with aloe vera and not any other species of the plant. There are many products to choose from, so be sure to evaluate them carefully before choosing one to take. Of course, if none of the juices you find quite meet your taste, you do always have the option of making your own.

How to Make Your Own Aloe Vera Juice

It’s not hard to make your own aloe vera juice, but before you start, here are a few points to consider. First, you should only use organic aloe vera leaves and make absolutely sure to find a plant marked as “edible”. You can either buy leaves that are already cut or grow your own full plant. Assuming you are using a whole aloe vera plant, you’ll remove the leaf or leaves you’d like to use from the plant. As long as you’re careful, you won’t harm your aloe. After all, this is a resilient species that has a natural ability to heal itself.

If you are removing the leaves from a plant, you absolutely must use a sharp knife. You want to leave a clean cut so that the plant heals swiftly. Begin by cutting the leaf off near the base of the plant. Focus on removing the desirable inner leaf gel. This will need to be done whether you’ve purchased individual aloe leaves or you have a whole plant. Start by splitting your leaf in half lengthwise. This will reveal the juices inside the leaf. Next, scoop out the gel (and only the gel)! Be sure to avoid the firm yellow areas, as this is what we consider the outer leaf. Remember, this does contain different properties and is not the desirable substance you’re after for your juice.

**Pro-tip: Try to limit damage to the outer leaf or rind, as this could enable compounds like aloin or aloe latex to seep into your inner leaf gel.

Once you’ve separated the inner leaf gel, place it into a blender. Add fresh lemon, lime, orange juice or any other citrus flavor to meet your taste. This is a great opportunity to add more organic fruit to your diet. Before you blend, make sure you have about equal amounts of your aloe vera gel and your citrus component. I recommend 2-3 tablespoons of each.

After you’ve blended your original mixture, add it to a cup of cold water. If you find the taste to be too strong, feel free to add more water to dilute. You might also consider adding a splash of apple cider vinegar to help add even more nutrients and a bit more zip to the taste.

Risks of Consuming Aloe Vera Juice

Even though aloe vera does offer many health benefits, you don’t want to get too carried away with taking it. Everything in moderation, right? For one, aloe vera leaves contain a compound called aloin. Aloin can induce a harsh laxative effect.  And when taken too frequently, some compounds in aloe vera can create an electrolyte imbalance. 



Packing Details

Vacuum packing is a method of packaging that removes air from the package prior to sealing. Shrink film is sometimes used to have a tight fit to the contents. Vacuum packing reduces atmospheric oxygen, limiting the growth of aerobic bacteria or fungi, and preventing the evaporation of volatile components.

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  • Package Weight: 4 lbs
  • Package Size: 13.11in x 12.67in x 3.93in

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Dimensions 13.11 x 12.67 x 3.93 in
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2 reviews for ALOE VERA LEAVES FRESH (click image to view)

  1. renecon7@gmail.com
    5 out of 5

    Great First time., product came on time and fresh. All pack in a foodsaver bag.

  2. renecon7@gmail.com
    4 out of 5

    Fresh A Very fresh product, just order few pounds.

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