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Aloe Vera Tips & Solutions, Issue #026- Which Aloe Vera Juice is Best?
February 03, 2014
Aloe Vera Tips & Solutions
monthly newsletter/ezine of
Taking Care of Ourselves - Which Brand of Aloe Vera Juice is Best
Some subscribers have written to ask which brand of aloe vera juice is best.
I like my little daily gulp-gulp of about a third cup of aloe vera juice, but being frugal, when I feel well, I slack off so I won't be having to buy more jugs or bottles of aloe vera juice so soon. Lately I was bothered with an itch here, and dry skin there, and scabs in my nostrils again, and I decided that since the remedy was right there in my fridge it was time to go back to a more daily routine of taking the healing drink. Presto! In a few days my problems disappeared.
Now I'm asking myself, if I can afford to keep buying the juice, wouldn't it be better to just take it every day and not be bothered by little physical problems at all. I could save myself some aggravation. That means working through this question from subscribers; which brand of aloe vera juice is best? Or most economical - if that's a fair question.
Aloe vera juices are not all the same. I have not tried a vast variety, but it pays to check out the ones that are available to you.
I bought one from my supermarket that tastes quite sour - maybe even bitter. I had to make myself drink it like medicine. (I decided to add it to my next batch of muffins and be done with it). Another one in a square bottle (also from the supermarket), is pleasant tasting, but is like a kool-aid, diluted with plenty of water. It comes in two or three flavours, and is only $1.99 a bottle.
Ah, but then I have two other options I do like. One is aloe vera capsules from Puritans Pride, and the other is the jugs of aloe vera juice from Forever Living. (I'm not even very keen to try other brands any more). These come in three flavours, and they taste good. My favourite is Peaches and Bits. That is, it has chunks of aloe vera gel in it. There is the plain, no-flavour kind - but not bitter. There is the one called Berry Nectar, which is flavoured with fresh cranberries and mellow apples. (Great choice if you have to fight off infections).
Yet another jug is called Forever Freedom 2 Go. It provides the usually recommended amounts of Glucosamine Sulfate (1500mg), Chondroitin Sulfate (1200mg), plus 750mg of MSM per 4 oz serving. When combined, Glucosamine Sulfate, Chondroitin Sulfate, and MSM provide the first line of support for healthy joint function. These nutrients are sourced naturally, but if you have seafood allergies you need to know it contains shellfish (ie. shrimp, crab, lobster.) If you have frequent to constant aches and pains this would be the one you ought to try.
Pomesteen Power - Forever Pomesteen Power’s great tasting blend is a unique mix of fruit juices and extracts, including Pomegranate, Pear, Mangosteen, Raspberry, Blackberry, Blueberry and Grape Seed. (I've not tried this yet).
See below on how to order these Aloe vera juices if you want to run your own taste tests to see which aloe vera juices are best.
A Practical Tip/Solution - Cold Sores
If you have trouble with cold sores, and perhaps even canker sores, check to see whether your toothpaste has this ingredient, Sodium Lauryl Sulfate, in it. Your cold sores may be a reaction to that chemical and have nothing to do with a cold at all.
I picked up a book in the bathroom, that I had received some time ago from Dr. Jonathan Wright, of a Health newsletter, There was a couple of pages on solving skin and face problems. There, by cold sores - he suggested that this ingredient in some toothpastes could be the source of the problem. Immediately I took a look at my tube, (Forever Bright, by the way, on which I just bragged recently here), and sure enough it had this ingredient. I set it aside and in 24 hours that smarting pain inside my lower lip had cleared up. No more cold sores now for a month! This tip is not something everyone knows - you may want to pass it on.
Before you buy another brand of toothpaste, remember to read the ingredients list. Why suffer from cold sores unnecessarily?
Memorize and avoid this ingredient, Sodium Lauryl Sulfate.
I Can Recommend - Forever's Juices
Forever Living has come out with some high energy drinks that are suppose to keep your motor running all day long. However, since I haven't tried them, I'll stick to Forever's juices. They come in nifty one-litre jugs, and if you alone are just having a small serving each day, one jug could last you a month. My favourite, which I recommend for your first try, is called Peaches and Bits. But feel free to check them all out.
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