Aloe365™ Aloe Vera Juice
Aloe365 is 100% berry-infused Aloe Vera juice. We use only hand-filtered inner gel and just the right amount of all-natural fruit juices to give Aloe365 a delicious taste.
Our Aloe Vera is hand harvested and cultivated using only the best organic farming practices to ensure the highest quality product for you and your entire family.
Aloe Vera has been known for over 2000 years and used by people throughout the world. Aloe Barbadensis Miller (leaf inner gel) contains a wide variety of nutrients including vitamins, minerals and amino acids.
Aloe365™ Aloe Vera Skin Gel
Aloe 365™ Aloe Vera Gel is one of nature's finest moisturizers. Oil-free, penetrating Aloe Vera softens and revitalizes moisture-starved skin and helps normal skin retain its moisture. Replenish moisture after exposure to wind or sun with Aloe Vera Gel. Excellent for use as a daily moisturizer for your entire body.
Our Aloe Vera Skin Gel revitalizes skin, replenishes moisture, it's fragrance and oil free and it is 100% grown and bottled in the U.S.
New! Aloe365™ Pure Natural Aloe Vera Soap
Aloe 365™ Pure Natural Soap, has the gel that cleans and heals burns, cuts, scrapes and scars. The gel in Aloe365™ Pure Natural Soap is extremely soothing with a natural anti-inflammatory quality that immediately reduces skin irritations, even itchy scalp. Use Aloe365™ Pure Natural Soap from head to toe!
Our Aloe365™ Natural Soap is an excellent Soap product for households across America. Aloe365™ products can now be bundled and sold in one simple four-pack.
Aloe365™ Aloe Vera Shot
The Aloe365™ Shot comes in a convenient 4 oz size, giving you a full days serving of stomach soothing, Anti-oxidant infused, great tasting, berry flavored Aloe Vera juice!
Aloe365™ shot is loaded with vitamins, minerals, and Amino Acids. When combined with the internal healing properties of Aloe Vera Aloe365™ juice, has been shown to enhance the bio-availability of vitamins and herbs up to 200% for your body!
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As a plant with a wide variety of uses, aloe vera has become an increasingly popular succulent for home growing. Aloe vera can be grown indoors or outdoors, but keep in mind that aloe is dormant in the winter months and can be severely damaged by frost. Due to unpredictable weather conditions, it may be easier to cultivate aloe vera plants inside, even for gardeners who live in warm weather climates; as a succulent, aloe vera may not root if excessively watered. Regardless of whether you decide to plant inside or outside, be sure to purchase a fast draining soil. Pairing small rocks with the soil will assist in the process of draining the pot so that the plant will not drown or rot. On that note, to determine how often to water your aloe vera, consider the temperature and location of the plant. Fully grown aloe vera plants kept indoors or outside in a cool climate only need to be watered once a month whereas plants grown outdoors in a hot environment may require watering once a week. If you are watering too much or too little, the aloe leaves will shrivel up until they become merely dry husks. Keeping your plant out of direct sunlight will also prevent the leaves from withering and turning brown. Plants indoors should be kept by a window that receives a lot of light but not directly in front of it, and when planting aloe vera outdoors, be sure to plant in an area that is typically shady. Plants kept in direct sunlight may not die, but they will dry out and become more susceptible to disease than healthy plants. On occasion, aloe vera houseplants should be brought outside, weather permitting, to enjoy warmer temperatures. The average indoor temperature of between 70 to 80 degrees Fahrenheit is a bit chilly for aloe vera plants and may lead to sickly looking leaves. Aloe vera has spreading roots and should be repotted once a year so that it may continue to grow. New shoots developing around the main plant may be planted on their own to create a new aloe vera. In order to assure the cutting will grow into a healthy, adult plant, put the aloe cutting in soil, in a plastic bag for one month then remove it from the bag and toss the soil; it is likely that bugs and fungus will inhabit the old soil. Using new, fast draining soil, plant the cutting in a clean pot and water it sparingly, every two weeks or so, until you see growth. Once the plant displays signs that it is growing, continue to treat it as you do your other aloe plant(s).
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