Aloe is a tropical plant common in North Africa. It is cultivated artificially in the southern parts of Europe. Aloe is evergreen, reaches a height of a meter and a half, and its leaves look like cacti. They contain the most valuable ingredients. In fact, the juice obtained from the leaves resembles a vitreous mass and it is called aloe.
Aloe vera is used not only for medical but also for cosmetic purposes . It is rich in mannans, polymannan, C-glycosides, anthrons, lectins and anthraquinone. The plant is rich in minerals, amino acids and vitamins , which is due to its highly beneficial effect on the immune system . It has an antioxidant effect. Supports the activity of the digestive system, as well as kidney function.
Aloe Vera (leaf) Application:
Contributes to the protection of cells from oxidative stress and the normal functioning of the immune and digestive systems.
Aloe Vera (leaf) Notes:
Do not use for diarrhea and abdominal pain. The product may worsen these conditions. Consult a doctor in case of diarrhea, pregnancy, breastfeeding or if you are taking other medications. Do not use as a substitute for a varied and complete diet. Do not exceed the recommended daily dose.
Aloe Vera (leaf) Dosage:
Take before bed with water. For adults and children over 15 years - no more than 1 capsule per day. For children under 15 - consult a doctor. Frequent or prolonged use may result in dependence on the product.
|Contents:||in 1 caps.||days dose|
|Bitter aloe||200 mg||200 mg|
|Beetroot||150 mg||150 mg|
|Dill (seed)||150 mg||150 mg|
|Aloe barbadensis (leaf)|
Keep out of reach of small children.
Do not exceed the recommended daily dose.
The product is not a substitute for a varied diet.