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!
Aloe Vera has been used for centuries. Its first purposes were used to treat burns, heal infections and kill parasites. As the centuries progressed many different countries have found many more ways to use aloe vera in all of its forms: pure aloe vera, aloe vera gel and aloe vera juice. It is made up of 95% water which allows the plant to stay in the environment that it is most used to being in, the desert. In its solid form (plant) it contains over 75 different nutrients including vitamins, minerals, and enzymes. Because of its powerful healing affects aloevera has been called ‘the natural healer’. Luckily there is no need for a prescription when it comes to aloe vera.There are many different ways to incorporate aloe in everyday life that can increase the health of a person. Aloe vera gel can reduce sweating and body odor when used right out of the plant. It contains magnesium lactate that serves as an anti-histamine helping relieve sinus and chest inflammations caused from allergies. Combined with wheat germ oil and safflower aloe vera can reduce bruising something that can be beneficial to the older generation. Another helpful use for aloe is to incorporate it in the daily teeth cleaning regimen. Apply it on damaged or diseased gums to reduce inflammation and pain. The gel’s affects work better in its purest form than after it has been mixed with other chemicals running the possibility of lessening its power.Yes aloe vera can be drunk as a juice. To make it the aloe must be taken from a plant that is 3-4 years old and has been grown outside in order to get its full benefits. The daily recommended dose is only 2-4 ounces. Studies have shown that aloe vera juice can duplicate the amino acids bodies need because it contains those eight amino acids. Anyone suffering from colitis or ulcers can drink the juice which eases the digestive tract. The juice form can also be used as part of a person’s diet. It contains properties in it that helps speed up metabolism and helps the weight drop off.
Mentioned in the Bible and traced back more than 6,000 years to stone carvings in Egypt, aloes have been used by cultures around the world for thousands of years. Aloe vera, meaning “true aloe” in Latin, is the most widely used of the 200 varieties of aloe and is considered to be the most effective species of aloe. Infused in sunscreens, burn-relief gels, moisturizers and cosmetics, aloe vera has historically been used to treat dermalogical conditions, like Eczema and Psoriasis, as well as provide relief for minor burns and heal shallow wounds and skin infections. Traditionally, the yellow residue extracted from the inner lining of the thick-skinned, spiky leaves, known as aloe latex, has served as an oral laxative, and juice taken from the leaves has been consumed to aid in digestion. References to the use of aloe can be found in numerous ancient works, including the Bible, and Ancient Egyptian Queen Cleopatra is said to have used aloe gel on her skin to maintain her youthful appearance and help protect from the sun’s harmful rays. Additionally, aloe was presented to deceased pharaohs in Egypt as a burial gift and sign of their immortality. About 20 years after Cleopatra applied aloe as a part of her beauty routine, a Greek physician named Dioscorides determined aloe vera could be used to topically to heal burns and irritation and orally to treat gastrointestinal problems, like constipation. Although modern oral uses of aloe vera, such as treatment of diabetes, asthma and osteoarthritis, are not scientifically backed, strong scientific evidence now supports many of Dioscorides’s original claims about the so-called “plant of immortality.” Aloe vera is a scientifically proven laxative, safe to take in small amounts, but large doses of aloe latex may cause dehydration, electrolyte imbalance, severe diarrhea and kidney dysfunction. The oral use of aloe latex as a laxative should be limited to 10 consecutive days as longer periods of use may lead to laxative dependency, potassium deficiency, irregular heartbeat and weakness. However, aloe formulated for drinking, such as aloe juices and smoothie drinks, is safe to consume on a regular basis and may support a healthy immune system as well as provide a natural energy boost. Evidence also exists, from human and animal studies, for topical aloe gel as an immunomodulatory capable of wound healing and lessening skin inflammation. Furthermore, aloe vera contains vitamins A, B1, B2, B6, B12, E and C in addition to a number of minerals, amino acids, plant sterols and antioxidants known to nourish and restore radiance to damaged skin, minimize scarring and soothe itching or irritation. It is speculated that aloe vera forms a protective barrier when it is applied directly to the skin, preventing environmental toxins from causing damage, but that is only one of its many noted benefits.
Did you know that the aloe vera plant has healing qualities and is used all over the world for that purpose? When you think about aloe vera most people think of its healing qualities for wounds and cuts, however this herb has other health benefits. Aloe vera is used as a digestive aid, anti-inflammatory and pain reliever, dietary supplement and to help prevent cancer.Aloe vera juice has anti-inflammatory properties that promote pain relief for patients suffering from rheumatoid arthritis with its cooling ability. The mucopolysaccharides, also known as sugars in aloe vera help improve joint movement and reduce stiffness. Aloe vera juice also helps restore tissues and damaged skin. Aloe vera treats a variety of ailments and disorders including internal and external inflammation. When your body experiences disease or injuries, externally or internally, inflammation occurs. Aloe vera gel can reduce swelling and promote healing. Aloe vera juice can also be used as a digestive aid, when used as a colonic. Certain bacteria and toxins can clog the intestinal lining and prevent nutrients from absorbing in your body. Aloe vera loosens and washes out waste from the digestive system which includes food, toxins and bacteria. Aloe vera is also known to prevent problems like ulcers, irritable bowel syndrome and colitis.As a dietary supplement aloe vera can help reduce your body mass index my stimulating your metabolic rate which increases energy. The herb contains collagen, which is a protein and when consumed the body uses more energy to break down the collagen. Collagen also promotes muscle development and aides in weight loss. It is recommended to check with your doctor before starting a weight loss regime and to also have a weight loss program started before taking. Aloe vera juice is considered a dietary supplement, it is not regulated the same way other medicines are. Beware of products made with silica, starch or gluten, they can hinder the affects of aloe vera juice and can be harmful to your health. Buy products that are GMP-compliant and stay away from those with artificial coloring and additives.
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