Serves as an aid for healthy digestion, Plays a role in the well-being of the body, good for gastric problems, ulcer, diabetes, prevents cancer, allergy, burns, regualate menstruation.
-For adults, take 1 soft-gel 3 times daily,
preferably with meals.
Aloe Vera Description
Few herbs have a more distinguished history than aloe. It originated in Africa, but the use of aloe can be traced all the way back to Cleopatra. It has the rare distinction of once appearing on a postage stamp in the Soviet Union.
For thousands of years, this popular herb has been cherished around the world for its calming and restorative properties. Aloe (sometimes Alo) is actually a large family of about 400 flowering succulent plants.
The most common of these and the best known is aloe vera. Most species of aloe have a circular cluster of leaves (called a rosette) which radiate out from the center. In most aloe plants, the rosette is at or near the ground. Aloe is a perennial and can grow leaves up to two feet in length.
Aloe contributes to well-being and has many
-Aloe is a natural substance used for centuries to promote wellness.
-Aloe contains amino acids, polysaccharides and phenolic compounds.
-Aloe contains a host of nutrients including vitamins, minerals and amino acids.
-Aloe has been traditionally used fordigestion.
-Aloe is a soothing skin softener and has been used in the most exclusive and expensive skin care products on the market.
Other Ingredients: Soybean Oil, Gelatin, Vegetable Glycerin, Cottonseed Oil, White Beeswax.
WARNING: If you are pregnant, nursing or taking any medications, consult your doctor before use. Discontinue use and consult your doctor if any adverse reactions occur. Not intended for use by persons under the age of 18. Keep out of reach of children. Store in a cool, dry place. Do not use if seal under cap is broken or missing.
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Aloe has been used around the world for many purposes, but in the United States and other Western countries, its use as an herbal treatment became popular in the 1950s. Part of that popularity came from its application to sunburn. Sap from the plant stimulated the immune system, and other forms of aloe gel or juice were used for their soothing and regenerative properties.