Pure Aoe Vera Juice vs. 'Whole Leaf'

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What is "Whole Leaf" versus Pure Aloe Vera Juice?

So-called whole leaf aloe vera is when a manufacturer includes everything, including the rind and the yellowish-colored "aloin" (which can irritate the bowels) of the aloe vera leaf in their products.

Are There any Special Whole Leaf Aloe Vera Juice Benefits?

There are essentially no nutritional benefits in the rind of the aloe vera leaf. (see "Top Ten Benefits of Aloe Vera Juice") The nutrients and other aloe vera juice benefits are found in the transluscent inner aloe vera gel of the leaf, not the rind.

What about Powdered or Concentrated aloe vera?

Many of the beneficial properties of aloe vera are damaged or completely destroyed during the process of powdering or concentrating. As is true with other natural items, the closer you get to the plant, the better served you will be. These drinks are as close to the plant as you can get without purchasing dozens of mature plants and going through the cost and mess of scooping outthe gel yourself.

Aloe vera juices Made from only the PURE Inner Aloe Vera Gel?

You want only aloe vera products that use only the inner gel, not the rind. Consider this, when you buy orange juice do you think that somehow having the orange peel blended into the juice is better for you? Of course not, it would only be forcing you to buy bulk material that is cheaper to make but not of any real benefit to the consumer.

The benefits of aloe vera juice drinks profiled here start with the pure, 100% stabilzed aloe vera gel as the primary ingredient. In fact, the drink called "Aloe Vera Gel" (pictured left) is the purest consumable aloe vera juice in the world.

More Information on the Brand That Produces the Purest Consumable Aloe Vera in the World

Everything in this specific brand, F. L. P. ( FLP ), starts with privately owned 5,000 acre plantations of aloe vera plants in three countries (including the USA). No chemical pesticides or fertilizers are ever used on these fields of aloe vera plants.

Each leaf is carefully hand harvested from mature plants. After inspection and washings, the leaves are filleted so that only the pure inner aloe vera gel remains. (The rind is tilled back into the soil.)

It is only a matter of a few hours from the time the leaf is hand harvested to the time the aloe vera gel is stabilized (meaning it will not oxidize and lose many of its nutrient properties) and ready for formulation with the final packaged products: aloe vera juice drinks, aloe vera gel skin care, personal hygiene and other items (house use, pet care, etc.).

Now let's turn our attention to how much aloe vera juice to drink.

Purest Consumable Aloe Vera

Imagine slicing open an Aloe leaf and consuming the gel directly from the plant. This Aloe Vera Gel is as close to the real thing as you can get. In fact, this aloe vera gel is the purest consumable aloe vera in the world!

This rich cocktail of pulp and liquid authenticates this product just as nature intended. Taken 2 to 8 ounces daily, either alone or mixed with pure fruit juice, it is one of the best health drinks available!

Children Love Aloe Bits n' Peaches

Aloe Bits n' Peaches provides another great taste to enjoy with its 100% stabilized aloe vera gel and just a touch of natural peach flavor and peach concentrate. A taste sensation like no other, it contains pure chunks of aloe vera, bathed in the flavor of sun-ripened peaches.

For many centuries, people all around the world have used aloe vera for its health benefits. The addition of peaches provides carotenoids ? valuable as antioxidants and a source of vitamin A. They are also essential for maintaining the proper function of the immune system. Enjoy 2 to 8 ounces daily for full aloe vera juice benefits, with or without food.

These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.