Aloe Vera Juice, Organic
Organically grown Aloe Vera Juice naturally supports healthy skin regeneration after burns or sun damage.
Organically grown in the USA, this premium Aloe is mature when harvested and hand picked to assure quality. Filleted and minimally processed to maintain 100% of the natural polysaccharides.
Aloe barbadensis Miller, also known as Aloe Vera, or "True Aloe"
Extraction method / Source:
Fillet and Cold-Pressed / Leaves
Polysaccharides and a variety of phytonutrients
Botanical family: Asphodelaceae
Aloe Vera grows wild in tropical, semi-tropical, and arid climates around the globe. It is also cultivated for both medicine and food. The aloe vera plant is a stemless succulent perennial with thick, fleshy green or grey-green leaves with serrated margins. It typically grows 2 to 3 feet in height. Aloe leaves are filled with clear liquid and soft pulp, which are extracted by fillet and cold pressed.
Regions of Production
Organically farmed. Plants are tested after harvest for purity.
History / Fun Facts
Of the known medicinal Aloes, Aloe barbadensis Miller has the most medicinal applications. It is also known as Aloe Vera, "vera" meaning "true" in Latin, thus "True Aloe".
Clear, thin liquid. Readily absorbs into the skin.
Anti-ulcer agent, anti-viral, immune stimulant, moisturizing, regenerative, wound-healing
A deep-absorbing skin moisturizer, pure aloe vera juice is an excellent choice as a base for DIY aromatherapy skin care and first aid products. Used topically, it promotes healing for mildly burned, dry or damaged skin.
Aloe Vera is our first choice for mild sunburn or over-exposure to the sun. (For severe burns, consult a qualified health care professional.) May be used topically and internally to help reduce severity and promote healing of Herpes simplex (oral or genital) lesions.
Nontoxic, Hypoallergenic, Generally Recognized As Safe (GRAS)
Refrigerate and use within 6 months after opening.
This information is for educational purposes only. It has not been evaluated by the US Food and Drug Administration. It is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any condition or disease and should not take the place of evaluation by a qualified health professional. Although we strive to provide information which is accurate and up to date, we cannot guarantee the accuracy or completeness.
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