If you’re someone looking for an easy and healthy way to get more necessary vitamins, enzymes and minerals, aloe vera is the perfect choice for you! Or if you suffer from sensitive teeth, dehydration, constipation or acne, the aloe vera drink might be your new secret weapon!
We’ve found some of the many benefits of aloe vera drinks that you can unlock today!
Keep reading to find out exactly what aloe vera juice is good for, and where you can find the perfect aloe juice to fit your routine and needs!
Aloe vera incredibly good to drink. The aloe drink can help with hydration, digestion, constipation, your immune system, gut health— aloe’s even good for your teeth! By adding an aloe drink to your diet you reap the benefits of all the antioxidants, vitamins and minerals this wonder plant has to offer.
Your Immune system is incredibly important! And, when there are problems in your immune system, it effects other areas other your body.
Since your immunity is so key to your overall health you need to pay special attention to it! Drinking aloe vera juice everyday, or every few days is said to strengthen and build up your immune system. To name a few vitamins and minerals that greatly help your immune system, aloe contains, Vitamin A, Vitamin C, Vitamin E and B1 Vitamins.
Each of these are incredibly important to have! The zinc, magnesium, iron, and potassium minerals also found in aloe vera are very also important for immunity. If you aren’t taking supplements for these and are worried you might not be getting enough, aloe drinks can help with that!
The aloe plant is very water-dense. It’s 98.5% water, while the remaining 1-2% is made up of the organic acids, minerals and vitamins that your body craves. In short, drinking aloe vera drinks is an ideal way to prevent or treat dehydration —or to begin your day with.
Staying hydrated is very important to do on a daily basis. It helps your body flush out toxins and stay energetic and active. This is important, because your liver and kidneys are responsible for detoxing your blood and producing urine. But without prober hydration, it’s impossible for them to properly preform. For this reason, you need to keep them healthy and happy!
Recovery from exercise also requires a lot more rehydration than one might think! Your body requires extra fluids after a hard work out. Try adding aloe vera juice to your smoothie or water next time and feel the difference!
If you are someone who suffers from constipation, you know how unpleasant it can be.
Drinking aloe vera juice can help to increase the water density in your intestines. There’s a correlation between your intestinal hydration and your peristalsis (which helps you pass your stool). Drinking aloe is also an all natural, chemical free option that is unlikely to irritate your stomach further!
The hydrating aloe vera drink may also help your skin to glow! And even help reduce acne. As we know, Aloe vera is rich in antioxidants and vitamins that help to heal and help to protect your skin.
Some compounds in aloe vera have even been shown to help neutralize the effects of (UV) radiation. And, help to repair your skin from preexisting UV damage. There are a lot of problems with UV damage that aloe can help… From preventing and helping fine lines and wrinkles, to stopping sun spots and damage.
Another very common ailment that aloe can help with: sensitive teeth. If you react poorly to harsh chemicals, flavors or dyes this could be a breakthrough for you. Forget the gum soreness and the toothache and try aloe as an alternative toothpaste or mouthwash!
The cooling effect that aloe has on sunburns can have that same feeling on your gums. This is especially beneficial if you suffer from any gum disease.
Always double check with your health care provider if you have any reason to believe aloe may not be good for you.
To reap all these benefits, drink up to 8 oz of this aloe juice a day.
You can drink it straight, with ice, diluted in water or juice, or mixed in with a smoothie. Since aloe’s tase is slightly bitter, make sure you taste it prior to drinking to make sure you don’t dislike it.
If you’re interested in learning more recipes for aloe drinks, check out our posts:
But if you're not in the mood for DYI, here are some great options as well:
The aloe drink has 100s of benefits! And, if you continue to read our posts, you’ll know them all in no time.
Here you can learn to garden and grow your own incredible and useful aloe plant. And, after you’ve grown your plant successfully, you can look in our recipe books to see all the amazing ways you can use it!
But if you don’t have a green thumb, don’t worry! Aloe is for everyone. All our recipes can be made with store-bought aloe so you don’t have to dig in the dirt, check out our favorites to get started.
My name is Kelly and I'm the the founder of Easy Succulents! I'm fascinated by this wonderful plants and I want to share with the world everything I know about them!
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March 01, 2021