Since I have a rather abundant aloe Vera plant at home it would seem rather a...
It's not recommended. The George's aloe is processed in such a way as to remove the latex and the polysaccharides we do not need, leaving the polysaccharides that are good for us. It seems expensive but considering you were only taking 2 ounces or less per day a gallon will last you two months or longer.
No, I wondered the same thing because I have a giant aloe plant but the George's is special for two reasons:
1. It's from a special variety of aloe, of which our plants may be or may not be
2. They distill the aloe so it's concentrated. We'd have to eat a LOT of aloe leaves to get the same benefit.
Good to know, thanks!
The good news is that George's tastes like water, seriously. I even posted here asking to make sure I didn't get water in my bottle!
Do you put it in the refrigerator ?
I do not.
Is it basically a brand of "aloe water"? Swallowing capsules can get boring but aloe water is tasty when my stomach allows
I'm not sure, I've never heard of aloe water but this is 100% distilled filtered aloe.
If you would like proven results stick with the designed protocol. There are only three recommendations for target tissue support by this strand of polysaccharide.
Our Ehlers Danlos mutated tissue needs specific support. The protocol list offers that.
You can put the cut aloe directly on any burns on the skin.
I do ❤️
Yes been doing that for years it's amazing for that!
It isn't aloe water but it is even better than aloe water
I did, but at room temp is tastes like water. Cold there is a slight after taste.
You don't have to but my family prefers it chilled.
Sorcha Mary it's fractionally distilled, so not like the aloe waters that are common on the grocery shelf. Those are full of sugars and typically have chunks of aloe in them.
Taken from their site:
George’s aloe is completely different from any other aloe you’ve every tried. It is clear and taste’s just like spring water. It’s not green and bitter tasting like other aloe products. This is because we specially process the aloe. The thick greenish substance found just beneath the rind in the latex layer of the plant is where the aloins and anthraqinones are located. These substances are irritants and when ingested can cause cramping and diarrhea and in some cases nausea. George's Aloe is a refined product. We remove the antagonistic compounds that cause the bitter taste and irritation to the GI tract. This also makes it quite safe for use.
There's more info if you'd like to look at it: