Let’s talk about Aloe Juice

How many forms of Aloe Vera do we use in our lives?

Gel? Check

Latex? Check

Juice? Check!

Although we all know how beneficial Aloe vera is, each of its forms is beneficial in its own way.

This cactus-like plant that has long and pointy leaves has been used ever since ancient Egyptians utilized it to heal various ailments.

As we know, there are three commonly used parts or forms of the aloe: aloe gel, aloe juice, and aloe latex.
Aloe gel is extracted from the fat inner part of the leaves. The juice is made from the aloe gel is extracted by churning the gel and the latex is the yellowish, rubbery part right underneath the skin of the leaves that can be scrapped separately.

Here are, specifically, 7 wonderful uses of the juice we extract from the Aloe vera juice. Not a waste of 180 bucks, though.

  1. Amino Acids & Fatty Acids

    Amino acids are the building blocks of protein. There are about 22 amino acids in total that are necessary for the building of human body and it is estimated that 8 of these are essential for the same. Scientific estimates of the amino acids found in aloe range from 18-20 amino acids, with all 8 essential amino acids.

    Aloe vera also comprises of a pretty remarkable range of fatty acids. Aloe contains three plant sterols which are fatty acids, all are helpful in reducing manifestations of hypersensitivities and acid dyspepsia. Other fatty acids include linoleic, linolenic, myristic, caprylic, oleic, palmitic, and stearic

  2. Helps with Digestion

    A properly working digestive system is one of the foundations of health. Aloe vera juice is highly apprehended to calm and disinfect the digestive tract and help develop and improve the process of digestion.

    It helps with either constipation or diarrhoea and helps in regulating your elimination cycles in the way you need.

    It has been a fabulous treatment for people who have a history of problems with their bowel movement and acid reflux.

    Aloe helps in decreasing the number of malicious bacteria in our gut and keeps a healthy intestinal flora in perspective. Aloe helps to rid the body of intestinal worms.

  3. Cardiovascular Health

    There have been some researchers who have recorded that aloe vera extract injected into the blood, considerably produces the oxygen transferring and dissemination capacities of the erythrocytes.

    As per a study published in the 2000 issue of the British Medical Journal, the beta-sitosterol helps in lowering the cholesterol by regulating blood pressure, gaining circulation and oxidation of the blood, and also making the blood less sticky.

    This can be a great use to be put to for the aloe juice since it can prevent the risk of heart diseases. Given the lifestyle we have, we need aloe juice more than food.

  4. Immune System

    The polysaccharides in aloe vera juice excite the macrophages, which are the white blood cells of your immune system which are responsible for fighting against viruses. Aloe vera juice is an immune enhancer due to the high level of anti-oxidants present in it.

    Aloe is an antipyretic that means it is used to reduce or prevent fever.

  5. Reduce Inflammation

    Aloe Vera juice in total contains 12 substances, including B-sisterole, which helps in slowing down or complete inhibition of any sort of inflammation.  This can be useful on bug bites, allergic reaction or painful joints due to stiffness. Aloe vera juice is a remedy for almost everything that is either hurting or itching. It acts against the acid or the chemical that gets accumulated to form inflammation and thus, soothes it ouuuuttttt.

  6. Weight Loss


    There is no direct relation but by improving your digestion, and detoxifying your body Aloe vera juice consumption on regular basis will have a subsequent effect of weight loss because when your digestion starts getting better, your digestive track naturally eliminates more efficiently. This will lighten your toxic load on your body and will give you more energy. It smoothes out the bowel movements and helps in detoxification efficiently.

  7. Vitamins & Minerals

    Aloe Vera juice contains certain necessary vitamins including A, C, E, folic acid, choline, B1, B2, B3 (niacin), B6. Aloe Vera is one of the few plants that contain vitamin B12. These not only help in defence and muscle building but overall well being of the body.

    Some of the 20 minerals found in Aloe vera include calcium, magnesium, zinc, chromium, selenium, sodium, iron, potassium, copper, manganese. These minerals are extremely important in a certain amount to keep our body and the machinery of our system working.

So, take the Aloe shots now and get going. Worth the 180 bucks.

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