Biometics Aloe Plus
Good Health and Wellness begins with proper digestion.
Aloe plus by Biometics promotes a healthy digestive balance.
Aloe plus also supports the body’s natural healing activity.
It also helps protect against intestinal stress.
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Great Fruit Flavor, compliments other Biometics products.
Contains 100% vitamin C daily value recommended.
Aloe Plus Benefits
Biometics Aloe plus contains a cold pressed aloe vera concentrate that not only prepares the way for nutrients and vitamins to be properly absorbed, but it is soothing to the digestive system. Not only does the Aloe Vera Concentrate deliver optimal performance and potency, but the exceptional cold press extraction ensures this.
Aloe Vera has been historically recorded for use for medicinal purposes. It helps the body heal externally as well as internally. Internal use comforts persons suffering from health matters including:
Immune Deficiency (Low Energy, Flu, AIDS, HIV)
Digestive System (Stomach, Intestinal, Ulcers, Irritable Bowel Syndrome, Constipation. Heartburn)
Cardiovascular Concerns (High Cholesterol Levels, High Blood Pressure)
Diabetes (Unstable blood sugar levels)
Arthritis (Pain in Joints)
Aloe supports increased absorption of vitamins, minerals and nutrients. Lining the abdominal cavity it acts to support digestion. Aloe Vera may enhance bacterial flow with reduction in yeast presence, as well as a decrease in pH. A study directed by Doctor Jeffery Bland, Preventative Medicine, at the Linus Pauling Institute of Science and Medicine, confirms that most individuals tolerate oral Aloe Vera supplementation It is favored for its’ effects it produces on the gastrointestinal parameters.
Improvements in intestinal function noted during the study supplementing with Aloe Vera were: Reduced bloating after meals and Reduced flatulence – indicating improved colonic bacterial function.
Aloe Vera Concentrate
The Aloe Vera plant contains Aloin in the rind, which is the yellow or brown tinted substance in the outer green leaves of the plant. The Aloe Vera Concentrate is from the juice from the inside of the leaves. It is digested in such a way that it is enables to be of use immediately. The leaves are sliced so 100% of pure fresh clean juice is able to be extracted. None of the Aloin from the outside green peel is allowed to remain. Aloin is an irritant and bitter. As of May 2002, the FDA (The United States Food and Drug Administration) ruled that all products for internal use that contain aloin are not permitted in the United Stated of America.
Aloe naturally contains B1, B2, B6, C, Choline, Niacinamide and 18 amino acids. It also contains numerous other naturally occurring nutrients, acting as a antioxidant, anti aging and anti-inflammatory agent. Supplementing orally with Aloe Vera has been found to have no toxic effects. It is a succulent plant that naturally grows in Africa as well as countries surrounding the Mediterranean Sea. Aloe is widely used in alternative medicine. There have been at least 420 various plant species of Aloe identified. Aloe Vera refers specifically to the Aloe barbadensis Miller plant. The Aloe barbadensis Miller plant is one of the most commonly used forms in products that are Aloe-based.
Alternative Names for Aloe: Aloe africana, Aloe arborescens, Aloe barbadensis, Aloe Capensis, Aloe ferox, Aloe frutescens, Aloe Gel, Aloe indica, Aloe Latex, Aloe Leaf Gel, Aloe natalenis, Aloe Perfoliata, Aloe perryi, Aloe spicata, Aloe supralaevis, Aloe ucriae, Aloe Vera Barbenoids, Aloe Vera Gel, Aloe vera, Aloes, Aloès, Aloès de Curaçao, Aloès des Barbades, Aloès du Cap, Aloès Vrai, Aloès Vulgaire, Arborescens natalenis, Barbados Aloe, Burn Plant, Cape Aloe, Chritkumari, Curacao Aloe, Elephant’s Gall, Gel de la Feuille d’Aloès, Ghee-Kunwar, Ghi-Kuvar, Ghrita-Kumari, Gvar Patha, Hsiang-Dan, Indian Aloe, Jafarabad Aloe, Kanya, Kumari, Latex d’Aloès, Lily of the Desert, Lu-Hui, Miracle Plant, Plant of Immortality, Plante de l’Immortalité, Plante de la Peau, Plante de Premiers Secours, Plante Miracle, Plantes des Brûlures, Sábila.