It has been said to help reduce blood sugar levels in diabetes, with claims of a 45% reduction. It has also been claimed that aloe vera can repair elastin and collagen in the skin and joints. There’s been a wide variety of potential internal use of aloe vera to help
with ailments and diseases ranging from arthritis, to dental problems, on down to cancer, but aloe vera is mostly recognized and used for it’s internal benefits to both the digestive and immune system.
If you are considering using aloe vera as an alternative to potentially harsh medicines, you should take caution when using it straight from a plant, and always consult a physician, especially if you are pregnant or considering the alternative for a child or pet. There are different processes for aloe vera and it’s very likely you will not benefit at all if using improper extracting methods for internal use. I strongly advise against it since ingesting improperly will cause various problems like diarrhea, and worse.
There are aloe vera juices on the market, but most cannot tolerate the taste at all, or the juices are watered down, which greatly reduces the benefits as well. My suggestion would be to use an aloe vera natural whole herb supplement
that you can easily swallow if the aloe vera juice isn’t pleasing to your tastebuds.
Here”s to your health!