Aloe vera has been used for thousands of years
in traditional medicine, both topically and orally,
for skin care, dietary supplements and herbal
beverages. While you may be most familiar with
Aloe vera as a salve for sunburn, taken orally,
it promotes gastrointestinal health* and contains
- Naturally recharge your immune system.
- Naturally detoxify and strengthen your body
- Increases your energy level.
- Aids and promotes tissue repair.
- Jump starts your work-out.
- Delivers through NSE (natural self-emulsifying)
- Makes a delicious effervescent drink
healthy inside and out.
Vitamin C is a nutritional star on its own. While
no one claims it can cure the common cold, it
may help you feel a whole lot better by reducing
a cold's severity and duration *In fact, one study
showed Vitamin C reduced the duration of a common
cold by 21%, while another found it reduced both
the severity and length of respiratory infections
in a group of marathon runners.*
But the Vitamin C story doesn't end there. Other
studies show that Vitamin C may protect against
free radical damage to the eye lens. An ongoing
nurse's health study found that women using Vitamin
C supplementation long term had healthier eyes
and a 77% lower risk of eye problems, compared
to women who did not take the supplement. Of course,
it is important to eat a healthy diet, too. Remember
to eat plenty of Vitamin C-rich foods like kale,
spinach and oranges.
When you add Vitamin C to Aloe vera, you get
a new combination with significant benefits. A
recent study conducted by Dr. Joe Vinson at Scranton
University concluded that consuming Vitamin E
or Vitamin C with Aloe vera increased the half-life
of those vitamins in blood plasma. This research
suggests that you can increase the bioavailability
of Vitamin C when it is combined with Aloe vera.*
> supports healthy immune function*
> helps maintain healthy bones,
teeth and skin*
> Aloe vera for oral and gastrointestinal