There are many different Aloe Vera drinks available on the market. The advice given in this post refers to Forever Living Aloe Vera Gel, which has the primary ingredient of pure stabilised aloe vera fillet gel, taken directly from the centre of the leaf, and is available in 4 different flavours. Aloe Vera Gel, Bits n’ Peaches, Aloe Berry Nectar and Forever Freedom.
Like orange juice, Aloe Vera is a non toxic natural drink. It has been drunk by man for many centuries and most people are only now discovering its benefits.
How much should I drink ?
This depends on your reason for drinking Aloe. As with other nutritional supplements, some people take a small amount each morning – 2fl oz (60ml) to maintain general well being. Other people boost their intake for specific reasons – when they might drink up to 6fl oz (180ml) or more a day. The average, and the dose I personally take, is 4fl oz (120ml) per day.
Some people, such as the elderly, need less, whereas those with a larger frame need more.
Can children drink Aloe Vera?
Yes they can, but the serving size is reduced depending on their age.
Over 12 Years – as for adults
6-12 Years – half of adult dose
3-5 years – quarter of adult dose
2-3 years – sixth of adult dose
Can I mix it with anything else ?Bee_Products_large
Yes, if you really don’t like the taste then try mixing it with pure fruit juice, cordial or honey.
When is the best time to drink aloe?
We recommend you take your Aloe on an empty stomach first thing in the morning to get the maximum benefit. After drinking Aloe you can go ahead and have your tea/coffee or breakfast.
When should I feel some benefits?
We anticipate that few people will feel notable benefits before 6 weeks. We would urge you to take it for a trial period of at least 3 months.
How should I store the drink?
As with most natural foods, once you’ve opened the bottle, it should be stored in the fridge with the lid tightly closed. Of course, during storage, the natural pulp will settle, so you should always shake the bottle before use. Note that the date stamped on the bottom of the container is the bottling date. The ‘use by’ date is on the label on the lid.
If I have not answered all your questions about Forever Living Aloe drinking Gel then please message me via the contact me page above. Remember you can try our drinking gels in confidence as they come with our 60 day no quibble money back guarantee. Get in touch for more details.