Aloe Vera Juice A 3,000 Year Miracle Drink
By the time you're through reading this report from Institute for Vibrant Living natural health research, "An apple a day keeps the doctor away" could be replaced in your mind with "Aloe Vera each day, keeps the illness at bay."
So, just what is Aloe Vera?
Aloe Vera is a lily-like, green and sometimes spiny shrub with very little, if any stem. It is grown primarily in the southwestern region of the United States, but is, in fact, native to Africa.Â
What's so special about it?
The aloe plant and its derivative products have played a major role in medicine and health dating as far back as the 4th century BC, when ancient Greek doctors discovered its numerous benefits.
Aloe Vera juice comes from the leaves of the aloe plant. It is often referred to as "nature's perfect remedy" because of its ability to treat a vast array of health conditions such as arthritis, fibromyalgia, IBS, as well as a host of others.
This mild-tasting juice contains a wide array of essential vitamins and minerals such as vitamin C, B-complex, iron, copper, calcium, potassium and manganese. It is said to be safe to drink often - even daily by some.Â
What exactly does it do?
One of the most beneficial aspects of aloe juice is its ability to stimulate colonic irrigation (the process of loosening and washing out waste materials from the digestive system).
This is a big deal because our diets include many potentially harmful substances that include various toxic chemicals, as well as fats and insecticides that can result in residual toxins and bacteria clogging the intestinal lining of our bodies.
Under these conditions, the bowel can become smothered with unabsorbed residues. These toxic deposits can then become impacted and prevent essential nutrients from being absorbed into the body as they normally should.