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What makes Aloe Vera Effective

Updated on September 14, 2008

What makes Aloe Vera Effective?

Aloe Vera, the Miracle Plant will find that Aloe Vera is the most versatile plant in the world ...even with all the notable factors of other healing plants. The Aloe Vera plant is not exclusive in it's nature for healing powers ...there are many other plants that are used for healing purposes, such as:

  • Hemp
  • Eucalyptus
  • Yucca
  • Evening primrose
  • Madagascar periwinkle
  • Grape seed
  • Grape skin

And the list goes on knowing this information, you should also know, that Aloe Vera rises to the top of the list when it comes to a very complete chemistry composition.

Aloe Vera contains 21 key vitamins and minerals and it also possesses all 22 amino acids plus ligin, saponins, a long list of anthraguinones and an effective amount of complex enzymes.

This unique composition of chemistry entertains the presence of its active component... called polysaccharides, which trigger Aloe's extensive enzymatic activity. Polysaccharides are plant sugars that play an important part of it's complex activity.

One of the most important notable factors is that Aloe Vera has no toxicology levels. When given to animals in large doses, there have been absolutely no amounts of toxicity ...leaving no animal either harmed, ill, or dying.

Aloe Vera just seems to find where it is needed and goes to work building your body's own immune system. This process is notable when working with the malfunction of the endocrine system ...which happens, when the immune system malfunctions. Aloe Vera helps the communication of the endocrine system to get back in balance ...the process of phagocytosis.

Simply said ...history has proven that Aloe Vera has a synergy factor second to none. And with all of the... on going science ...Aloe Vera still remains a mystery. That's why we call it the "Miracle Plant." Now, isn't Aloe Vera something worth adding to your diet?

Make no mistake about it, just by adding two to four ounces of Organic Aloe Vera Juice to you're diet will benefit the immune system and synergize the healing process.

But remember, know your supplier!!

We welcome your comments!

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    • gjcody profile imageAUTHOR


      10 years ago

      Moon Daisy ...Aloe Vera Juice is really an easy to enjoy supplement. I don't know why more people don't use it...but many do. It is one of the oldest juices on the market ...actually it is mentioned in the bible ...FYI ...but here and now is really been filtered to make it one of the best juices you could take for your body just goes into your body and finds what it can fix.

      If you have a sore throat will stop the burn ...and an upset stomach ...gone!

      I would not leave home without it. In-fact I took it all the way to Florida with me when I went on vacation. One of the most important things I reach for when I am going to be away from home.

      I hope you decide to use it and see why the nutrition people believe! It will make a believer of you ...but most important ...know your supplier!

      Thank you for stopping best to your health!

    • gjcody profile imageAUTHOR


      10 years ago

      Thank you Dottie for stopping by ...I do invite you to try our aloe vera is really the best tasting aloe on the market today ...but the best it the benefits.

      Please come back again and visit best to you and your health!

    • Moon Daisy profile image

      Moon Daisy 

      10 years ago from London

      An interesting hub. I've been wondering about the benefits of aloe vera for a while, but haven't tried it yet. Maybe I should, especially as the cold season seems to be upon us again!

    • Dottie1 profile image


      10 years ago from MA, USA

      I once bought a bottle of aloe vera juice and it tasted like pine needles! Thanks for letting me know that it comes in flavors such as you mention strawberry kiwi. Maybe I'll actually try it again for I know the many health benefits that aloe vera holds. Thanks too for the nice list of plants used for healing purposes.

    • gjcody profile imageAUTHOR


      10 years ago

      garyjames ...good to hear from you ...I know what you mean. There are so many good things to say about Aloe Vera Juice that the information goes on and on. Keep taking the good stuff!!!!! You know the "best tasting aloe" on the market guaranteed! Yes, that is my favorite too :-) Strawberry-Kiwi

      Again thank you for checking in and please stop by again! My best to your health!

    • gjcody profile imageAUTHOR


      10 years ago

      Hey garyjames is the radioshow going on your subject nutritional deficiency? Keep up the good work!

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      10 years ago

      I know allot about the effectiveness of Aloe. But every time I read your accounts I learn or am reminded of how wonderfuil it is for my body to consunme Aloe in liquid form. Strawberry Kiwi is my favorite.


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