Aloe Vera, 5000mg

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  • Helps treat irritable bowel syndrome (IBS).
  • Helps treat ulcer diseases.
  • Forms a lining throughout the colon to keep toxic waste from re-entering the body.
  • Provides a life-saving barrier against microbial invasion for each cell (especially viruses).
  • Provides the raw material that is critical for lubrication of the joints.
  • Helps to heal external wounds.
  • Allows for the transfer of gases in the lungs.
  • Helps to facilitate absorption of water, electrolytes and nutrition in the GI tract.
  • Wound healing (including burns).
  • Anti-inflammatory aging of skin.
  • Acts as a moisturizer.†

Hundreds of thousands of people in the U.S. have become statistics because they are part of a group that has dumb founded doctors for years. They are a group that has developed a number of subclinical symptoms for digestive disorders. Where do these symptoms come from? And how do we correct them? There is also another group of people that again fall into the same size group that is also six figures strong, that has contracted topical and immunological disorders many of which are chronic and seem to be incurable!

Symptoms of some of the digestive disorders include but are not limited to:

  • Swollen abdomen, irrespective of time of day.
  • Stomach pains, usually low down.
  • Constipation accompanied invariably with griping pains in the lower abdomen.
  • Diarrhea which can also be accompanied by pains, and alternating diarrhea and constipation.
  • Flatulence and belching often associated with a disturbed, rumbling gut.
  • Passing mucus and hard pellet-like stools.
  • A diminished appetite, particularly when experiencing a distended abdomen.
  • General depressed feeling and continual lethargy.
  • Heartburn.

Symptoms of immune and skin disorders are:

  • Chronic colds and flu symptoms.
  • Rashes that never clear up, allergies.
  • Scaly skin.
  • Cracked and bleeding sores.
  • Wounds that do not heal.
  • Chronic mucus build up.
  • Tearing eyes.
  • Skin cancer.
  • Circulatory problems.
  • Arthritis joint pain.

Many doctors will tell you that there isn’t anything that they can do for you. They will place you on any number of medications that may or may not work. But they aren’t treating the problem; they are just treating the symptoms. You have to ask yourself though, where did all this get started, and why? Much of what occurs today with regards to the symptoms that people deal with on a daily basis, are caused by some kind of nutrient deficit. It is just as simple as that. The body isn’t getting what it needs to stay healthy. We obviously also have to take into account nothing is that simple, there is also always the ‘emotion’ component in health, if you do not have this part under control then no matter how healthy you were to begin with, the stress will catch up with you sooner or later. But that is another subject entirely.

Here comes nature to the rescue…she provides us with everything we need. And for the purposes of dealing with the symptoms as stated above, is there one product that can be taken alone or with others that will help us to get healthy and stay that way. Well, the answer is yes! There is Aloe Vera, aloe is right up there with being the herb that has been written about and researched the most. There are over 240 different species of Aloe found around the world today that are cultivated and harvested throughout places like Mexico, Africa, Asia, Europe and America. Aloe is a cactus-like plant that is very therapeutic, and has a long history of safe use. The research on aloe has provided a wealth of information, especially over the past ten years, and even still the mystery of Aloe is still unfolding. Of the 240+ species of aloe, only four are recognized as having the most nutritional value, and these contain over 75 nutrients and 200 active compounds, including 20 minerals, 18 amino acids, and 12 vitamins.

Aloe Vera has gained a tremendous following over the past few years, mainly due to its ability to relieve everything from joint pain to acting as an anti-inflammatory. One fairly recent development in the use of aloe was the discovery of mucilaginous polysaccharides (A.M.P.) and their affect on the immune system. The story of aloe’s effect on immune function starts with the digestive system. If the digestive system isn’t working properly, then eventually the body’s immune function becomes overwhelmed due to waste build up that it sees as an invasion, as it backs up into your system. One thing leads to another, and then bacteria and viruses become more prevalent, inflammation sets in, the joints may be affected, and the circulatory system gets involved, and so on. Taking aloe vera may help to prevent some of the problems associated with these kinds of issues, by helping the body to deal with the pathological issues before they become problematic. It is a well known fact that preventative medicine is the best way to deal with any medical problem. Taking aloe year round may help the body maintain a stable internal environment. It may therefore treat the root of the health problem before it is a problem, so you are not just always treating the symptoms! Nature has provided mankind with a very powerful tool, now it is up to us to use it.

Aloe vera has natural healing and detoxifying powers and works gently within the intestinal tract to help break down impacted food residues and thoroughly cleanse the bowel. It can help ease constipation and prevent continuing diarrhea, by establishing regularity in the bowels, this helps to reduce discomfort and bloating. Naturally, as these symptoms are eased, so the stress associated with the discomfort is also reduced.

Of course aloe isn’t a cure all, the individual must have a due regard for the diet but if this can be normalized, the regular consumption of a dose of Aloe Vera Juice can often improve and maintain the feeling of well-being and the quality of life.

Aloe is known to help regulate the digestive tract and stabilize the immune system in an indirect way, by making sure that the body doesn’t have to deal with pathologies like leaky gut syndrome and other inflammatory bowel diseases that lead to the symptoms that doctors think are incurable. It is well known that the inflammation in the intestines causes systemic damage by perpetuating reactions that produce oxidative free radicals as waste by-products. This results in further damage to the intestinal walls and ever increasing permeability. The "leaky gut syndrome" increases with more food particles going into the blood. Repairing damaged tissue by regenerating cells is a function at which aloe vera has been shown to be most successful at doing. It not only relieves the painful symptoms but also helps to disperse damaged tissue, which is part of detoxification process. Aloe vera may be taken both internally as a juice or as a gel applied to a painful joint or on the skin.†


  1. Pennies NS. Inhibition of arachidonic acid oxidation in vitro by vehicle components. Acta Derm Venerol Stockh 1981; 62:59-61.
  2. Schmidt JM, Greenspoon JS. Aloe vera dermal wound gel is associated with a delay in wound healing. Ob Gyn 1991; 78:115-7.
  3. Rovatti, R. & F. J. Brennan. Aloe vera ointment tested on third degree Burns. Indust Med Surgery, 1959: 364-368.
  4. Pulse TL; Uhlig, Elizabeth: A significant improvement in a clinical pilot study utilizing nutritional supplements, essential fatty acids and stabilized Aloe vera juice in 29 HIV seropositive, ARC and AIDS patients. Journal of Advancement in Medicine 3:4, Winter 1990.

Packaging: 5000 mg., 60 softgels

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