What Happens to Your Body When You Consume Raw Aloe Vera Juice
We have all heard of Aloe Vera and its amazing healing properties. We might even grow an Aloe Vera plant to make sure it is always available in cases of an emergency. But do you know that Aloe Vera is not just limited to topical use. It is even more beneficial for our body internally. You might’ve passed by the big, unappealing jar of Aloe Vera juice thinking how gross it was. Well, don’t judge a book by its cover. Forget about the sugary drinks that you are used to buying, give Aloe Vera juice a try! Why? There is a huge number of important reasons to incorporate it into our daily life. Number one, you can detoxify your body naturally with Aloe Vera juice. Thus, drinking Aloe Vera juice should become another healthy habit.
For over 6000 years Aloe Vera has been widely used to treat many health aliments. The Egyptians called it the “plant of immortality” because of its diverse applications for literally everything.
I started taking raw aloe vera juice internally and it really made a difference. My immune system has never been stronger. Research published in the “Journal of Environmental Science and Health” notes that aloe vera contains anti-bacterial, anti-viral and anti-fungal properties that aid the immune system to cleanse the body of toxins and invading pathogens.
Aloe Vera Juice Benefits
Aloe vera juice is a mixture of almost 70 ingredients which include:
Nearly 20 minerals are found in Aloe Vera including: calcium, magnesium, zinc, chromium, selenium, sodium, iron, potassium, copper and manganese. These minerals act together to boost enzyme metabolic pathways. Minerals such as zinc act as antioxidants in your body’s cells and increase enzyme activity which ensures detoxification of metabolic wastes.
Aloe Vera contains enzymes such as amylase and lipase, which when taken orally aid digestion by breaking down fat and sugars. One particular enzyme, Bradykinase, helps to reduce excessive inflammation.
Aloe Vera juice has 20 of the 22 necessary amino acids required by the human body. Aloe Vera also contains Salicylic acid which fights inflammations and bacteria (as you know aspirin was formed on the basis of salicylic acid).
Aloe Vera is one of the few plants that contain vitamin B12 which is required for the production of red blood cells. Aloe Vera contains many more vitamins including A, C, E, folic acid, choline, B1, B2, B3 (niacin) and B6. Vitamins A, C and E provide Aloe Vera’s antioxidant activity which fight free radicals. Choline and B group vitamins are necessary for amino acid metabolism.
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