Serving Size: 1 Softgel
Servings per container: 60
Amount per serving - % DV
Aloe Vera Concentrate
(inner leaf) (concentrate 200:1)
* Daily value not established
Cottonseed Oil, Gelatin, White Beeswax, Glycerin, Partially Hydrogenated Soybean and Soybean Oil
Free Of: Sugar, Wheat, Yeast, Dairy, Preservatives, Corn, Starch, Sodium, Artificial Colors and Flavors.
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Inner Leaf Gel Concentrate '5000'
Used internally, 89-99% pure aloe is an effective laxative and promotes internal healing. Used externally, it becomes one of the greatest natural healing and moisturizing gels.
From Queen Cleopatra to the Ancient Greeks, no other herb in history has been praised for its amazing healing properties. Aloe Vera has been used since the earliest days of recorded history to treat various ailments. Aloe Vera is a plant of African origin that is related to the lily (liliaceas). Aloe Vera is a rich source of intact polysaccharides, enzymes and amino acids.
Promotes Wound Healing
Aloe Vera is an effective wound healer both topically and orally. In a study conducted by Robert Davis, Ph.D., mice were given Aloe Vera both orally and topically. Compared with the controls, administration of Aloe Vera orally resulted in 62.5% reduction in wound diameter size. The author concluded that not only does Aloe Vera improve wound healing, but may also increase the availability of oxygen to the wound site and increase the synthesis and the strength of collagen.
Aloe Vera taken orally maybe able to detoxify the body and ease intestinal problems.
Jeffrey Bland, Ph.D., formerly of the Linus Pauling Institute,
studied orally consumed Aloe Vera juice on gastrointestinal function. The author concluded that Aloe promoted a more favorable balance of the
gastrointestinal bacteria and reduced the yeast population. All of the subjects who had indigestion, irritable bowl syndrome, colitis and
gastritis, reported symptomatic relief after a short seven day research study.
Several studies of animals and humans have suggested that orally consumed Aloe Vera may be beneficial in lowering serum cholesterol, serum triglycerides and serum phospholipids.
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