Aloe vera juice isn’t something new, but recently it has been hitting up all the beauty and health headlines. Earlier it was only known for its skincare properties to help sunburn, but it’s now being praised & renowned as a ‘heal-all’ product.

I have been drinking aloe vera juice for the past two months, the benefits of this juice seem endless, but here are a few I thought I’d point out.

  • Aids digestion: Aloe vera is an anti-inflammatory that cleanses your digestive tract. Sipping on it in juice form can decrease irritation in the stomach and intestines, heal and repair the stomach lining.
  • Detoxifies: Aloe vera juice is crammed full of amino acids, vitamins and minerals making it one of nature’s most effective cleansers.
  • Regulates weight & energy levels: When you improve your digestion, you’re eliminating waste more efficiently, and through the process of detoxification, you’re helping all of your bodily functions operate at their highest level, including your metabolism.
  • Reduces Stress: Aloe vera is an adaptogen, which means it helps you adapt to changes in your environment & affords you an increased ability to cope with all sorts of stress (physical, emotional & environmental).
  • Boosts immunity: Aloe vera juice contains polysaccharides, which are an important component of a healthy immune system because they stimulate your white blood cells to fight off viruses. It’s also an excellent source of Vitamin C.
  • Promotes hair growth: Not only is aloe vera full of natural vitamins and enzymes that directly promote healthy hair, but it also helps alkalize your body, keeping your scalp in the optimum pH range to boost growth.
  • Supports skin health: Apart from being an anti-inflammatory, a hydrator, and a healer, the juice contains natural hormones that have been shown to stimulate the growth of new cells and enhance collagen production.

So, who else is adding it to their daily regime? Make sure it’s organic, preservative-free and whole leaf.

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