Aloe Vera Juice Concentrate & Gel

Daily use of Aloe Vera Juice Concentrate & gel provides anti-inflammatory, antioxidant and anti-cholesterol effects.

Aloe Vera Juice is beneficial for:


Aloe Vera juice is good for stomach and colon ailments, to reduce body odor and for boils on the skin. Taken with Golden Seal Root it will help with dysentery and infections. It can be used to relieve erysipelas (a skin Disease) and for the scalp and hair as a shampoo and conditioner which leaves healthy, luxurious and shining hair. Mix with capsicum to stop bleeding wounds and may be used internally for internal bleeding. Used for sunburn and a non-oily skin moisturizer to retard the aging process.

Femhealth's Aloe Vera Juice Concentrate is from the inside juice of the Aloe Vera leaf; digested to enable the body to use it immediately. The leaf is fillet so that only 100% of the clean fresh juice is used. None of the outer green peeling or deep yellow substance next to the peeling (Aloin) is allowed to remain. This substance is bitter and is an irritant. No heat or pasteurization is used so that none of the vitamins, mucopolysaccharides, essential minerals, amino acids and enzymes are destroyed. Aloe Vera Juice contains BI, B2, B6, C, niacinamide, choline, and 18 amino acids, in addition to many other natural nutrients.

Dr. Jeffrey Bland of the Linus Pauling Institute reports drinking Aloe Vera juice improves protein digestion, helps normalize bowel habit, controls yeast infections, promotes proper balance of digestive bacteria, relieves indigestion, irritable bowel syndrome, colitis, acid stomach, and concluded that Aloe juice has no toxic effects.

When consumed orally, aloe vera juice imparts a wealth of health benefits that range from stimulating the immune system to relieving stomach disorders to aiding digestion. Aloe has been the focus of many research studies published over the last two decades.

Daily supplementation with Aloe has been proven to stimulate the immune system, improve wound healing, stimulate the production of a whole cascade of antioxidant enzymes that act to detoxify the body of carcinogens
and inhibit the formation of DNA adducts that can cause errors in DNA replication. Recent studies have also confirmed that daily supplementation with aloe displays anti-inflammatory, antioxidant and hypocholesterol effects.

While most of these conclusions are based on animal models, a recent human clinical study showed that both vitamin C and E bioavailability is increased by as much as 300% when taken with aloe instead of water. No other matrix is known to increase the bioavailability of both water and fat soluble vitamins.

Much of aloe�s biological activity is attributed to polysaccarides, Aloe Vera is composed of almost 200 different biologically active substances. The major molecule is the polysaccharide mannose, which is joined through a beta 1-4 linkage to form a chain. These long chain mannose polysaccharide molecules are thought to be responsible for directing the synergistic activity of this vast array of compounds.

In addition to polysaccharides, Aloe is also composed of simple sugars, glycoproteins, proteins, amino acids, vitamins and minerals. Research has now shown that there are many small molecular weight components, including glycoproteins, that play a significant role in the overall medicinal effects associated with Aloe. It is likely that these components work in synergy, resulting in overall enhanced and diverse effects in contrast to purified extracts from aloe. It should be understood that purified extracts of aloe usually target one specific biological activity rather than the full scope of physiological effects demonstrated by whole aloe.

The Use of Aloe for Periodontal Disease and Dentistry

Aloe Vera has been shown to enhance defense mechanisms, and it has a variety of components to help combat periodontal disease and other oral conditions. Aloe Vera provides remarkable healing, reduced edema and pain control.
1. Applications directly to the sites of periodontal surgery.

2. Applications to the gum tissues when they have been traumatized or scratched by toothbrush-dentifrice abrasion, sharp foods, dental floss, and toothpick injuries.

3. Chemical burns are relieved quickly from accidents with aspirin.

4. Extraction sites respond more comfortably and dry sockets do not develop when aloe vera is applied.

5. Acute mouth lesions are improved by direct application on herpetic viral lesions, aphthous ulcers, canker sores, and cracks occurring at the corners of our lips. Gum abscesses are soothed by the applications as well.

6. Other oral diseases chronic in nature respond with Lichen Planus and Benign Pemphigus. Even gum problems associated with AIDS and Leukemia patients receive relief.

7. Denture patients with sore ridges and ill-fitting dentures and partials can benefit as funguses and bacterial contamination reduce the inflammatory irritations.

8. Aloe Vera can also be used around dental implants to control inflammation from bacteria contamination. Other oral disorders such as Candidiasis, Gingivitis, Vesiculobullous diseases, acute monocytic leukemia, hematological disorders and nutritional problems all respond to aloe vera use. Menopausal patients and medications which can cause Xerostomia or dry mouth. Aloe vera has a future in new applications for anti-inflammatory procedure, antiviral, and immunological benefits.

Femhealth Aloe Vera capsules are concentrated. One capsule is equivalent to two ounces of pure Aloe Vera Juice. One bottle of 100 capsules is equivalent to more than six quarts of pure Aloe Vera Juice with no added water. These high potency capsules are designed for people that require high levels of Aloe Betamannan polysaccharides to support a depleted immune system.

FH-70-8 Aloe Vera 100 capsules - $29.95

FH-70-4 Aloe Vera Liter Bottle is a potent 10X concentrated whole leaf aloe very high in polysaccharides. One liter - $39.95

FH-59-5 Aloe Vera Gel Concentrate 4 oz - $12.95

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Aloe Vera Gel is very helpful for vaginal dryness. It helps to soothe and lubricate a dry vagina, which is often a symptom of menopause.

Apply inside the lips and up into the vagina.

High quality, pure aloe gel. May be applied topically anywhere on the body. Is especially good for sunburn, sensitive skin, minor burns, skin irritations. Great for the complexion, especially on the face.

Ingredients: Aloe Vera Extact Other Ingredients: Rice Bran Oil, Gelatin, Glycerine, Water and Silica.

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