Aloe Vera Gel Organic
Aloe vera is quite an incredible medicinal plant full of nutritional benefits. It is a succulent plant and part of the lily family (Liliaceae), the same family that garlic and onions belong to. Different parts of the plant are used for different purposes and aloe vera has both internal and external applications. I love to juice aloe and use it in my clear skin juice and recently started making fresh aloe vera salads. I also like to add aloe to my smoothies to gain some of the benefits of this incredible plant.
Aloe vera is medicinal, and like all plant medicines, should not be consumed every single day for months on end. I use my intuition when working with plant medicines and never usually consume it for more than a week or two at a time in large doses. When I do use aloe in my smoothies or juices, I cut a piece of aloe about 1 inch long and open up the skin and only add in the clear inner gel of the aloe plant.) Be sure to read the last section about over-use of this plant as well as dose recommendations. I consume fresh aloe, because that’s what I have access to.
Aqua, Polysorbate20, Vegetable Glycerin, Phenoxyethanol, Carpryly Glycol, Sodium Hydroxide, Lavendula Angustifolia oil, Tetrasodium EDTA, Panex Ginseng Root Extract, Camoille Recutila Flower Extract, Sympthum Officinalis Leaf Extract, Linalool, Limonene. Paraben and MI Free
How to Use:
Aloe Vera Body gel, delicate and refreshing, Use after shower or bath, apply to chosen areas of your body. Non sticky.
Caution: External use only, keep away from children and Pets.
Packaging: I Kilo PET Bucket.