As with so much in life, plants prized by ancient civilisations are still used thousands of years later for their health-giving properties. Aloe vera (Aloe barbadensis Miller) is a remarkable plant referred to by the ancient Egyptians as the ‘plant of immortality’. So what’s so special? Well there are around 75 potentially active constituents within the vitamins, minerals, sugars, lignins, saponins, salicylic acids and amino acids. It appears to exert health benefits internally and externally and was also hailed as the ‘Elixir of Youth’ by Cleopatra. It is important to look for the whole leaf, which contains many more of these important nutrients than just using the inner gel. The MPS content is a measurement of mucinous polysaccharide content, which is important for health benefits and you should look for at least 17,000.
So why is it a superfood? Because it’s a great all-rounder with proven health benefits, over many thousands of years.
Also available as Aloe Gold Cherry & Cranberry with 7% unsprayed cranberry and cherry juices.
Aloe Gold is produced for Higher Nature by Aloe Life International, a member of the International Aloe Science Council.
Pure fresh Aloe vera Barbadensis Miller; no water added, natural preservatives only.
Contains citric acid & sodium benzoate.
whole leaf Aloe Vera - barbadensis Miller,
acidity regulator: citric acid; preservatives: sodium benzoate
and potassium sorbate.
Take 2-6 teaspoons (10-30ml) daily, in juice or water (adults), before or between meals. Refrigerate after opening.
Refrigerate after opening and consume within 2 months for optimum activity.
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By Mr R Gibson - 24 July 2015
originally bought this to combat my diverticular problems which it worked wonders for...but an added bonus was the fact that it also cleared the eczema i had had on both shins for years !
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