Aloe Vera Juice (32 fl. oz.)
- Nourishes the digestive and intestinal systems.
- Soothes internal tissues of the digestive and intestinal tracts.
- Contains vitamins, minerals and other important nutrients.
- Supports intestinal health.
How It Works:
Aloe vera is a nutritional storehouse. It also contains salicylate and prostaglandins. Aloe nutritionally benefits the intestinal system. Aloe soothes the tissues lining the digestive tract. It contains many biologically active compounds that support the digestion and absorption of food and nourish the intestinal system.
Many companies manufacture aloe vera, but most products on the market have lost much of the plant’s original benefits due to over-processing. Beware of aloe vera juice that claims to have no disagreeable taste. Removing this taste can leave you with a product that is only 10–15 percent aloe vera at best.
NSP Whole Leaf Aloe Vera provides a higher level of mucopolysaccharides than regular filleted aloe vera. Only the intense cleansing components have been removed, leaving a high level of mucopolysaccharides (7,000 mg per liter).
Aloe vera inner leaf juice concentrate and purified water.
Drink 2–6 oz. Aloe Vera Juice daily as is or mixed with water or juice. Or, drink 1 oz. Whole Leaf Aloe Vera Juice mixed with 8 oz. of water or juice four times daily. Shake well before using and refrigerate after opening.