Aloe Vera Capsules - Strong 640mg (Organic, Detox, Digestion, Colon Cleanse)
Aloe Vera Capsules - Strong 640mg
Each capsule contains:
Organic Aloe Vera Powder 640mg
We manufacture our capsules on our own machines, we do not use any fillers or flowing agents in these capsules, they are 100% CLEAN and SAFE and suitable for vegans.
How to use: We suggest taking 2 - 3 capsules daily with water.
About Aloe Vera
Aloe vera (Barbadensis miller) is one of the most magical wonder plants of present time. It has endless uses and this is attributed to the numerous benefits reaped from consuming it. Aloe vera is an Arabic term derived from two words, ‘Alloeh’ and ‘vera’. The former means ‘glossy bitter substance’ while the latter means ‘true’. Aloe vera is one of the oldest herbal plants that was put to use by the ancient Chinese, Greeks and Egyptians thousands of years ago. It has been in use for more than 2000 years. It is believed that the plant originated in the Arabian peninsula where the climatic conditions are quite harsh. The plant’s adaption to the arid and semi-arid conditions is found in its succulent leaf. The leaves of the aloe vera are shiny so as to protect the vital mesophyll tissue that stores water.
The aloe vera plant takes up to 3-4 years to reach full maturity. The perennial, succulent plant is xerophytic as it thrives best in dry climates. It can grow to a height of 0.8m. The leaves, which have serrated edges, have high water content as well. The three layers which make up each leaf are the outer, mid and inner layers. The outer thick protective layer synthesises carbs and proteins. The middle layer contains a bitter yellow sap which comprises of anthraquinones and glycosides. The inner layer is made up of water entirely amidst a few other constituents: glucomannans, amino acids, lipids, sterols and vitamins. The plant has over 200 bioactive elements which contribute to its rich vast applications: enzymes, saponins polysaccharides, lignin, vitamins, amino acids and minerals. The constituents present in the plant are responsible for nutrient absorption in the body, a sound immune system, and a proper digestive system and especially gut health.
In the ancient era, aloe vera was used to dress burns, wounds and lessen fever and pain. According to history books, in his renowned quest, Alexander the Great worked with Aristotle in conquering the Island of Socotra so that he could access and obtain the unlimited supply of aloe vera. This way they would be able to administer treatment to the bruised and hurt soldiers. Christopher Columbus also used the aloe vera for a similar cause. During World War II, the Japanese exposed to the atomic bombs used the extract on their bruises. They recovered quickly and there were minimal scars left behind. Egyptian queens Cleopatra and Nefertiti also applied the extract from the plant on the skin for nourishment and beauty purposes.
Aloe vera is renowned for its moisturising and restorative properties. The gel obtained from the plant’s leaves is normally put to numerous commercial uses: health, beauty and cosmetic world. The capsules aid in digestion by detoxifying the digestive tract, it contains enzymes that are known to break down fast and sugars and also has soothing properties that decrease irritation in the stomach and intestines. Aloe vera is also known to protect the skin against the lethal UV rays and gamma radiation. They also boost the healing of wounds and scars by stimulating production of more collagen and contain antiseptic properties therefore protecting the body against harmful pathogenic microorganisms.