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Aloe Vera is excellent for absorbing toxins and promoting growth of friendly "good" colon bacteria, which is required for good health and is thus often used in colon cleansing products. Aloin, one of the ingredients found in the Aloe plant also helps with the regulation of the gastrointestinal tract and helps relieve constipation.
Of course, the aloe plant has other properties as well. The Aloe Vera plant has been used a very long time for its ability to promote healing. The plant's large bladelike leaves are the source of the Aloe gel. The inner chamber of the Aloe Vera leaf is made up of the clear pulp, which resembles slightly melted lemon Jell-O. It is the pulp that is believed to contain the wound-healing agents. The Russians call these "biogenic stimulators." They now have developed a process by where they can use the leaf of the plant, which is also the strongest part of the plant, for nutrients. Aloe has a natural antidotal effect, neutralizing body toxins, thus reducing joint pain caused by tissue toxicity.
One part of the Aloe plant has Aloin. Aloin, located between the rind and gel of the aloe vera plant, is a compound known to contribute to digestive regularity by stimulating peristalsis in the gut, thus increasing bowel movements to alleviate constipation.
This formulation is designed to help with bowel function and regularity
Frequently Asked Questions
Q:Does this product act as a diuretic or a laxative?
A: Aloe Vera has a gentle, natural laxative action.
Q:Will this product settle my stomach?
A: Aloe Vera has been used historically to regulate digestive function.
Q: If my immune system has already been damaged, can I still take this product?
A: If you have a diagnosed medical condition, you must consult with your physician before using any dietary supplement.
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