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Let me introduce you to Aloe Barbadensis miller
There are over 400 different species of Aloe, growing mainly in the dry regions of Africa, Asia, Europe and America.Of the 400 species of Aloe, only four are recognized as being of nutritional value to humans and animals. Aloe barbadensis miller (Aloe Vera species) is the top of these four. Significantly the top.
Thus, any aloe-based product you use should be made from barbadensis miller species.
As one of the oldest recognized botanicals, records of this plant exist on Sumerian clay tablets from as early as 2200 BC; Aloe Vera has long been lauded throughout history for its natural soothing, cooling, and moisturizing abilities. It is known for soothing minor burns, comforting and moisturizing stressed skin, and even helping to aid in your skin’s natural ability to regenerate itself. With science, innovation and our devoted research and development team, Aloe Vera of America is dedicated to bringing the best Aloe Vera directly to you.
Do you know that we can drink Aloe Vera?
Aloe Vera (barbadensis miller) contains over 20 minerals, all of which are essential to the human body. The human body requires 22 amino acids for good health — eight of which are called “essential” because the body cannot fabricate them. Aloe Vera contains all of these eight essential amino acids, and 11 of the 14 “secondary” amino acids. Aloe Vera has Vitamins A, B1, B2, B6, B12, C and E. Vitamins cannot be manufactured within the body, and some cannot be stored by the body, so it is necessary for the diet to sustain a continuous supply.
When drinking FLP Aloe Vera, it is recommended that – to get a steady supply of these minerals, amino acids and vitamins – one should drink between two to four ounces of Aloe Vera Gel twice daily.
How Aloe products are manufactured is extremely important!
The gel of the Aloe plant, when exposed to oxygen for a prolonged time (about four hours)
oxidizes – rendering it worthless. (This is the same reaction to air as an apple undergoes when the “insides” are exposed to air – it quickly browns due to oxidation.)
Aloe must be “stabilized”. This is a process (involving neither heat nor chemicals that would destroy the Aloe’s original compounds) that assures the Aloe (such as the final juice or gelly, or lotion product) is essentially the same as if you freshly filleted the leaf yourself.
If it is not properly stabilized (in four hours or less from the time the leaf is harvested), it may also be of no nutritional value. The reason is because Aloe Vera oxidizes within four hours (much as an apple or potato turns brown when exposed to the air for a period of time) from the time the gel is exposed to the air. Once so oxidized, the gel loses it’s nutritional value.
Again – Aloe barbadensis miller, of the 200+ species of Aloe Vera, is the most potent and nutritious – with only mature plants bearing the greatest benefits. If your Aloe Vera product isn’t produced from the Aloe barbadensis miller plant you are not getting the best quality product. If it is not properly stabilized (in four hours or less from the time the leaf is harvested), it may also be of no nutritional value.
Do They Grow Their Own Aloe – or Buy in Bulk?
You want a manufacturer who grows their own Aloe Vera in their own fields. Some manufacturers may purchase Aloe Vera in bulk once or twice a year and it “sits around” while waiting for the manufacturing process. Thus, if the Aloe Vera is grown on company OWNED and CONTROLLED fields, you can be better assured of freshness and nutritional value.
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