HealthAid Aloe Vera Juice 500ml
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Aloe Vera Juice contains Aloe Vera which is also known as Nature’s Miracle Plant. Aloe vera has been used through the centuries both internally and externally for its proven and wide ranging beneficial properties to the human body. Used internally it also harmonises the body system especially the colon; radiating outwards to reflect positively on external appearance and visual health.
HealthAid Aloe Vera Juice 500ml may be of benefit to:
Cleanse and support the digestive system
Hydrate, soothe and promote skin renewal
People who want to improve bowel health
Those who need to improve their skin health and condition
Can be used topically by adults and children with sunburned or burned skin
Those who need to promote wound healing internally and externally
Recommended Daily Intake Of HealthAid Aloe Vera Juice 500ml:
Adults and children over 12 years of age, three spoonfuls (15ml) either direct or mixed with water. Can be diluted in fruit juice if desired. Once opened refrigerate and use within one month. Contents: 2:1 Aloe concentrate. Do not exceed recommended daily intake unless advised by a suitably qualified person.
|Ingredients||Pure Aloe Vera Concentrate, Natural Preservative (grapefruit seed extract)|
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