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Why Drink Aloe Vera Juice?

Updated on July 3, 2019

Drink Aloe Vera Juice Anytime!

"I enjoy drinking Aloe Vera Juice anytime"
"I enjoy drinking Aloe Vera Juice anytime"
"Let me see, two ounces will be good now"
"Let me see, two ounces will be good now"
"This is the best tasting aloe ever"
"This is the best tasting aloe ever"

Uses of Aloe Vera

Of course most people know that this so called "Miracle Plant" Aloe Vera, in the early twentieth century, was used for the treatment of skin disorders. The treatment of various skin complications such as burns, sunburns, thermal burns, scalding, heat rashes and lesions has all been safe uses for Aloe Vera.

As early as the 1930s research scientist found that fresh Aloe Vera reported very positive findings in the use of Aloe Vera in the treatment of (roentgen ray) dermatitis or dermatitis burns from x-rays. Thus, it became known and acknowledged for its topical applications of all skin traumas.

Then in 1949 a most significant finding, of that time, involved the anti-bacterial potential in the treatment of Mycrobacterium tuberculosis.

During the decades of the fifties and sixties, as research techniques improved and more refined systems of measurements arose, the findings that favored Aloe Vera began to abound and the FDA admits that the Aloe ointment does actually regenerate new skin tissue.

In 1963 a study revealed more of Aloe Vera capacities for healing and published the report on the treatment of peptic ulcers. The response was so favorable that it created the clinical impression that this medication of Aloe Vera can certainly delay and perhaps even prevent the development of peptic ulcers.

Another study in 1963 determined that Aloe Vera did inhibit Staphylococcus Aureus, Staphylococcus pyogenes, Corynebacterium xerosis, Shigella paradysenteriae, Salmonella typhosa and Salmonella paratyphi. In layman's terms, this study and research determined that Aloe Vera was effective against a broad range of bacteria, viruses fungi and molds that caused such manifestations as different kinds of staph infections, pussing, dry and itchy skin, certain strains of dysenteric parasites and contagious and non contagious typhoid.

In 1971 another test conducted to test the various percentages of "stabilized" Aloe Vera in a culture medium against four types of pernicious microorganisms:

  • Staphylococcus aureus, a staph bacteria found in boils carbuncles,
  • Strept viridans, a highly pathogenic bacteria found in various kinds of wounds and infections
  • Corynebacterium xerosis, bacteria found in dry itchy skin such as exist in seborrhea.
  • Candida Albicans, a monilial fungus prevalent in such conditions as yeast infections, vaginitis, and now believed to be the number one cause of what is commonly known as Chronic Fatigue Syndrome.

What was found, that testing against these pathogenic bacteria and fungus, was that stabilized Aloe Vera in a 90% solution reduced the presents of these microorganisms by as much as 98.5% in strep, staph and corynebacterium strains and by 97.5% in the candida fungus other words the Aloe Vera virtually eliminated them. In fact, it was most effective at killing or stopping over 80% of the candida at as low as a 50% concentration.

To be sure, we have just touched on a few of the reasons, why you should drink Aloe. What is so remarkable is the consistent broad spectrum healing potentials that Aloe Vera possesses, a phenomenon that only grows and widens as the studies and research continues.

In closing there are some more reasons why you should drink Aloe Vera:

  • Acne
  • Bowels
  • Colitis
  • Allergies
  • Digestive
  • Herpes
  • Hemorrhoids
  • Inflammation
  • Eczema
  • Canker sores
  • Asthma
  • Stomach discomforts
  • Colds
  • Flu

Aloe is recognized for being virtually harmless and non-toxic.

Read about stomache indigestion

Hydrogen Peroxide and Aloe Vera - A Home Remedies Handbook
Hydrogen Peroxide and Aloe Vera - A Home Remedies Handbook

Revised and updated June 2018. Topics: Home remedies using hydrogen peroxide, ozone and herbal remedies. Testimonials, case reports and clinical research on preventing and treating over 50 health conditions. How to use castor oil, raw honey, aloe vera, blackstrap molasses, coral calcium, grapefruit seeds, limewater, milk of magnesia, white birch mineral water, flaxseed oil, brazil nuts, garlic, oregano, cayenne, wakame and lemons. Includes low cost, non-toxic treatment options for cancer and a chapter on 10 ways to treat infections at home.


Vaseline uses Aloe to soothe skin

Vaseline Intensive Care Spray Moisturizer, Aloe Soothe 6.5 oz, Twin Pack
Vaseline Intensive Care Spray Moisturizer, Aloe Soothe 6.5 oz, Twin Pack

Vaseline Intensive Care Aloe Soothe Spray Lotion is light and easy to apply

Vaseline Spray moisturizer has a non-greasy, non-sticky formula to leave skin soft and fresh

With micro-droplets of Vaseline Jelly, this lotion spray moisturizes and absorbs in seconds to help heal dry skin

Non-aerosol, continuous spray lotion dispenses evenly for all-over coverage Utilize this Spray on moisturizer for instantly softer skin after showering, or whenever your skin feels dry



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    • gjcody profile imageAUTHOR


      9 years ago

      Lita can drink the gel from the center of the plant ...but the rind of the plant has a lot of medical qualities and that is the part that needs to be processed to remove the emodins.

      How lucky you are to have aloe plants growing in your garden. We are not so lucky ...As a matter of fact it is getting very cold at this point. Not so good for growing aloe.

      Thank you for your comment ...please come back again best to your health!

    • Lita C. Malicdem profile image

      Lita C. Malicdem 

      9 years ago from Philippines

      This is it! I was looking around to find out if the raw aloe vera plant can be juiced, drank, eaten. So it has to be processed for its emodins and aloins contents. I have aloe vera plants growing wild in my garden as ornamental. I pick a leaf or two and use the natural slimy gel to massage my feet, legs, and arms. Thank you for sharing such valuable information.

    • gjcody profile imageAUTHOR


      10 years ago

      khan ...let me say that my company has an Aloe Vera Juice that really does not have the bitter taste that you are talking about. We are proud of our Aloe Vera Juice and we call it the "best tasting aloe" in the the industry. (google this .... "best tasting aloe"). We have four flavors to pick from and all are 100% pure aloe vera juice with no water added.

    • gjcody profile imageAUTHOR


      10 years ago

      Thanks Matthewneer ...I am pleased you have some in-site on Aloe Vera ...but I don't think you can actually eat the plant. In order to use the Aloe Vera Plant you need have it processed to remove the emodins and aloins from the plant.

      But I am glad to hear you Mom has been using it. Good job! My best to you!

    • gjcody profile imageAUTHOR


      10 years ago

      Philipo ...I wish I could tell you how to do that ...but I don't do such a thing. This is handled by our manufacturing facilities. But you could use it for a lot of other benefits.

      But your plant could really helps burns.

      Thanks for coming by and my best to you.

    • gjcody profile imageAUTHOR


      10 years ago

      prasetio30 ...thank you for your comment ...wish more people would try it.

      Please come by again best to you!

    • prasetio30 profile image


      10 years ago from malang-indonesia

      Healthy drink. NIce to try.

    • gjcody profile imageAUTHOR


      10 years ago

      blondepoet ...the taste is just too good to be true ..with the fact that it is healthy for you and has so many benefits. It was written in the scriptures many time about its greatness. Now how can anyone pass on something that has a history like that.

      I would also say that it tastes like a real juice. The Cran-Grape a fine wine. Now that can't be all bad :-)))

      I welcome you to give it a try ..but be sure that you drink the 100% juice ..not the imitators that say they have 100% juice but it is 100% juice in water (mostly). That is why you will see so many prices. It is just what they say, "you get what you pay for!

      Thank you for your question blondepoet and comment ...please stop by again best to your health and success!

    • blondepoet profile image


      10 years ago from australia

      I never realised that it actually had so many medicinal properties are of this plant. What is the taste of it like gjcody

    • gjcody profile imageAUTHOR


      11 years ago

      Yes ...blessed we are. The Indians used to watch the animals when they were sick and see what herbs and types of plants they would eat and then know that it had healing properties ...then was born the "medicine man" who would treat and cure their tribes of people.

      And we think we know better!! Thanks for coming by and my best to you!

    • ripplemaker profile image

      Michelle Simtoco 

      11 years ago from Cebu, Philippines

      Hi, pretty useful information regarding plants being used as alternative medicine. Makes me think how blessed we are to know such things. :)

    • gjcody profile imageAUTHOR


      11 years ago

      Thank you for taking time to read my hub. That is the perfect words for Aloe "Pretty amazing." That is why they call it the "Miracle Plant" I hope to see you around again best to your health!

    • lori763 profile image


      11 years ago from SWFL

      Pretty amazing.

    • gjcody profile imageAUTHOR


      11 years ago

      compu-smart ...thank you for stopping by and giving me your opinion ...I appreciate your thoughts on this topic ...but I have to tell you that if you get the right aloe does taste very good. The benefits are remarkable. Drink up!! You won't be sorry. The long term benefits are soooooo....gooooood!!! My best to your health!

    • compu-smart profile image


      11 years ago from London UK

      Another Aloe Vera thumbs up!, i have yet to hear any bad about Aloe Vera and i have used as cream for so long now the thoght of drinking does not sound tasty!, but im gonna have to try for myself! thanks for reminding me of this!

    • gjcody profile imageAUTHOR


      11 years ago

      Thank you very much for stopping by ...I am glad you found this information about "Aloe Vera" so enlightening. Most people do not know the benefits of Aloe Vera. They think that it is only for burns. But the truth is that Aloe Vera is not only good for your burns, but it is good for your whole body, inside and out!!

      The general public thinks aloe vera tastes bad when they think about drinking the juice, but we guarantee the "best tasting aloe" on the market and even the children think so.

      I welcome you to stop by again ...and thank you for joining my fans .. My best to you and your health!

    • hutchinsonm profile image


      11 years ago from Idaho

      Thanks for the hub - I didn't know what a "Miracle Plant" it really was. I learned alot from this Hub.

    • gjcody profile imageAUTHOR


      11 years ago

      Yes monitor, it is my goal to let people know how great Aloe Vera Juice is for their health ...even as a preventative method.  We have the "best tasting aloe" on the market ..guaranteed.  But even though it tastes good, it is good for so many things.  I tell people that even when you are taking it for one condition are getting a benefit you did not expect for some other condition. 

      I guess, if you think about it ...nature has almost everything we need if we just know what it is we are looking for.

      Thank you for stopping by and leaving a comment ...I appreciate ...and thank you for joining my fans. I welcome you to stop by again best to your health

    • monitor profile image


      11 years ago from The world.

      I knew that aloe vera is good for the skin but had no idea that it had such an influence in other areas of health. Thanks for the very informative hub, gjcody!

      Your fan.


    • gjcody profile imageAUTHOR


      11 years ago

      I am glad you enjoyed the article. It is so good for all of you system. I hope you decide to try it. It is very important that you get a pure aloe. It is the best ..Thank you for stopping by and my best to your health!

    • VioletSun profile image


      11 years ago from Oregon/ Name: Marie

      Your article is encouraging me to try Aloe Vera juice... I have the capsules but use it for skin irritations.

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      11 years ago

      Hey, GJ forgot to mention that you have four different flavors to choose from. You'll have to write a hub about the Besting Aloe Vera and the four flavors.........have a great day, looking forward to hear more about the aloe.

    • gjcody profile imageAUTHOR


      11 years ago

      Thanks Chaser4 ...I enjoyed posting this information ...I hope it can help more people understand how great Aloe Vera is and that you can really drink it ...yes, and it does taste good. Most people think it is bitter and green and guess what? It is great tasting ...I would not go a day without drinking Aloe Vera. I even took it on my vacation. Packed it in my bags ...made me feel more secure while I was away. Yes when you eat something that does not agree with you ...presto ...yes I have the cure and the answer...does not get better or easier than that. Stick around Chaser4 and check out my next hub ..."Nutritional Value of Aloe Vera."

    • profile image


      11 years ago

      Hey GJ Cody....good article....keep em coming


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