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Aloe Vera: a plant that is not ordinary but Very Special!

Over 2000 years ago, Hippocrates, the Greek ‘father of medicine’ said, ‘Let food be your medicine and medicine be your food’

It’s a plant. It’s thick, green and prickly and it’s full of gel that is bursting with over two hundred different nutrients. For millions of people of all ages, who suffer from a range of internal and external disorders, from conditions like angina, arthritis, asthma, constipation, diabetes, hiatus hernia, ulcers, lupus and M.E., or stomach, digestive, bowel (e.g. IBS) and colon disorders to skin problems like acne, eczema and psoriasis or sunburn, rashes (including nappy rash) and insect bites or for those who simply want a natural, biologically active health tonic (to help boost their immune systems and energy levels) or want to look and feel good, Aloe Vera is proving to be a ‘miraculous’ 21st Century saviour.

Extolling the ‘amazing’ healing, health giving and beauty properties of this cactus-like plant that flourishes in hot fertile regions and is in fact a member of the aloaceae family (it’s related to the liliacea family that includes both the garlic and onion plants, both of which have proven health benefits) may seem far fetched to many people. But this site has no doubts about the plant’s wide reaching benefits and the positive impact high quality Aloe Vera can have on people’s overall health, looks and general well-being when taken orally and/or applied topically.

Follow our adventure, indeed join in, as we explore what Aloe Vera can do for us.

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Are Juice and gel the same thing?

No, they are not.There is a lot of confusion about this: Juice strictly refers to Aloe Latex which is a bitter substance just under the skin of an aloe vera leaf. Gel refers to the translucent interior of the leaf (inner leaf gel).The International Aloe Science Council allows the term Juice to be used for a liquid containing only 15% certified Aloe Vera. To qualify as Gel the product must contain at least 85% certified Aloe Vera. Cerified means that the Aloe Vera content has been tested for purity and concentration.All Forever Living Aloe Vera Gel contains at least 85% certified Aloe Vera Gel from the inner leaf.

Whats special about Forever Living Aloe Vera Products?

Forever Living Products are the worlds largest grower and distributor of Aloe Vera, with plantations in the Carribean and the USA.Forever Living Products knows exactly where and how its Aloe Vera is grown, and can be sure that no perticides or herbicides are used in its production.Forever Living Products controls the whole process, and its Aloe Vera gel is extracted by hand from freshly haervested mature leaves, and stabilised to protect its essential content within hours. Forever Living Products does not add any artificial colouring or flavouring to the gel.

How much Aloe Vera Drinking Gel - do I take?

We reccomend that you start by taking 1fl oz a day for the first week and then build this up to 2fl oz a day. You can drink more if you like. The best way to take Aloe is first thing in the morning on an empty stomach and if possible 20 mins before anything else.

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