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Nutrition Info
Servings Per Container: 33
Serving Size: 3 softgels
Amount Per Serving % Daily Value
Calories 20
Calories from Fat 15
Total Fat 1.5 g 2%*
Protein <1 g 1%*
Aloe Vera Extract (200:1 concentrate) 75 mg
* Percent Daily Values are based on 2,000 calorie diet.
† Daily Value not established.


Serving Size: 3 softgels

Suggested Use: As an herbal dietary supplement, take 3 softgels 2 to 3 times daily, on an empty stomach.

Free of: sugar, salt, yeast, wheat, corn, soy, milk, egg.

Other Ingredients: rice bran oil, gelatin, glycerin, water, beeswax, silica.

Warnings: None

The plant aloe, originally found in Africa, has such
multipurpose benefits to our body ranging from healing burns,
aiding in constipation, stabilizing blood sugar in some
diabetics, healing hemorrhoids, suppressing kidney stones, and
relieving skin disorders. The sap from aloe vera plants can help
activate immune cells in the body to fight bacterial infections.
This in turn, allows the body to heal at a faster pace. The aloe
vera juice accelerates healing because it naturally increases
oxygen flow into the blood. Also, aloe helps to repair cells
damaged and prevent scarring. For those with diabetes, aloe has
been found to aid in normalizing blood sugar by stimulating the
pancreas to create more insulin. Using aloe vera creams 3-4
times a day for more than four weeks can stop skin breakouts in
those with psoriasis skin disorders. The aloe gel applied to
skin relieves pain and inflammation. Research has also shown
that aloe can rejuvenate sun-aged skin. Aloe can also aid in
suppressing herpes or shingles viruses. Due to the popularity of
aloe vera and its uses, many companies are trying to market the
product. However, you will need to be aware to guarantee quality
product, aloe vera should be first or second ingredient – not
watered down. Some precautions before considering using aloe,
the use of aloe bitters or aloe juice should not be taken
internally for long periods of time. Nursing mothers should only
use aloe externally. Also, aloe when taken internally affects
the absorption rate of prescription medications into the
bloodstream so the prescriptions and aloe products should be
taken at different times during the day. You should never use
aloe for more than two weeks at a time internally, due to
potential damage to parts of the colon after long term use. Only
forms of aloe vera one can consume internally for extended
periods of time are distilled aloe vera products to remove some
of the harmful components.

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