Pure organic aloe vera juice contains vitamins like B1, B2, B3, B6, and vitamin C. In addition, the juice contains calcium, manganese, minerals, silicone, iron, sulfur, copper, and potassium. At least 75 compounds have been known to exist in aloe vera, and those include plant steroids, amino acids, essential fatty acids, nutrients, enzymes, and antibiotic phytochemicals. Drinking it heals, soothes, and protects the body. It has numerous health benefits. It is also known to treat a variety of diseases, from skin cancer, varicose veins, arthritis, to acid reflux.
Mucopolysaccharides is one of healing agents that supplies the body with organic silicon, strengthening the cell and artery walls, mucous membrane, and the connective tissues. It is believed that the antibacterial, anti-inflammatory, and anti-blood clotting properties of aloe vera is derived from this compound. Of the many benefits, the important ones are listed here:
- Alkalizes stomach acids
- Enhances immune System
- Rich in antioxidants
- Inhibits overgrowth of yeast
- Detoxifies the harmful toxins from blood and liver
- Repairs collagen
- Supports cellular repair system
- Supports good circulation of blood in the system
- Increases energy and overall feeling of well-being
- Soothes the digestive system
- Colon Cleansing
- Weight management.
- Choose 8 - 10 aloe vera leaves and rinse them in cold water.
- Cut open the leaves by using a sharp knife.
- Scrape the pulp into a blender and blend until it is a smooth consistency without any lumps.
- To a gallon of water or fruit juice, add 2 quarts of aloe vera juice to make it a delicious drink. Blend them together, and your homemade juice is ready.
- Store it in a glass container and refrigerate it.
This juice is not recommended for people who have a history of allergy to garlic, onions, or any plant of the Liliaceae family. The use of aloe vera juice is prohibited for pregnant women, as it might stimulate uterine contractions.
Aloe vera is a perfect example of the natural wealth that we have on earth. Because of its healing properties, it has been renamed many a time. It is often called 'the miracle plant' and 'the natural healer'. The health benefits have been tested, and it comes as no surprise that this plant, over the years, has been widely accepted the world over.