BEWIT ORGANIC ALOE VERA
This leaf pulp powder, made from Aloe vera, is a highly effective food supplement
Aloe Barbadensis Miller
Aloe vera has fleshy leaves full of juicy pulp (gel), which is collected and the dried into the resulting powder. The dried gel contains many important substances including a range of nutrients. Suitable for water, juices, milk, porridge, smoothies, cereals or other dishes.
Selected reviews by the BEWIT team
„Mladý ječmen si dávám do mixéru a je to můj nejoblíbenější džus. Koupila jsem si také prášek Aloe a mixuji dohromady. Aloe ječmen příjemně zjemní. Džus mě vždy pálil v žaludku, ale ječmen mě příjemně žaludek pohladí a cítím se svěže. Napiji se a jdu si zacvičit, skvělý ranní rituál. No a komu nechutná to zelené, doporučuji mixovat s banánem a kapkou kokos. oleje nebo lněného. Větší balení má jen jednu nevýhodu. V papírovém balení na suchý zip se prášek občas zvíří a když se nespotřebuje rychle, tak se udělají hrudky z vlhkosti. Doporučila bych dovozci, aby do balení dávali kostky proti vlhkosti ( jak to má jiný český dovozce od tohoto amerického dodavatele). Já bych osobně ocenila i to větší balení ve skle jako je to malé, ale bylo vyprodané, tak mám opět pytlík. “
100% pure and natural
All ingredients contained in the product are 100% pure and natural and non-synthetic.
Aloe vera has been known and used for its therapuetic effects for thousands of years. The name aloe comes from the Arabic word alloeh which translates as „bitter and shiny substance“. The term vera comes from the Latin word for „truth“. It is clear from the name that aloe is not just another ordinary plant. It has historically played a rather important role in ancient India and China, from where it originated. The ancient Greeks, Romans and Babylonians were also fond of it, placing sheets of the leaves of this beneficial plant on their burnt or otherwise irritated skin. On the basis of its observed effects, aloe has become part of traditional and folk medicine, for its range of known pysiological and imuno-modulatory properties. In recent years, aloe vera products have gained a remarkable position in the dietary supplement market. The biologically active substances contained in the aloe pulp itself have been the subject of many scientific studies.
Origin and cultivation
Aloe is a perennial succulent plant, resembling a cactus in appearance. It thrives especially in arid regions, where its fleshy leaves and large stature make it not easy to miss. The inner part of the leaf, or the flesh, is considered the most valuable, as it contains biologically active substances and water-holding components that are beneficial to the body. The bound water, together with the other substances it contains, gives the pulp its characteristic gel-like consistency. The outer part of the leaf, the cuticle, prevents the loss of bound water, making the aloe a dry, resistant plant. The starting material for the production of the resulting powder is the gel-like pulp, which is obtained exclusively from healthy, ripe and freshly harvested leaves. The extracted pulp is then gently dried into the final product.
Composition and properties
Depending on the rich range of enzymes, vitamins, minerals and other biologically active substances, aloe vera powder is associated with numerous beneficial effects. The naturally occurring antioxidants help to „quench“ free radicals. The photochemicals present in this plant are considered to be another benefit.
Stir 2–3 grams daily in water, juice, milk, oatmeal, smoothies, cereal or other foods. Daily intake of Aloe vera: 2–3 g.
- Do not exceed the recommended daily dose.
- This product is not intended to replace a varied and balanced diet.
- Keep out of reach of children.
- Not suitable for children under 3 years of age or pregnant and lactating women.
- Store dry, protect from heat.
You can choose from two packaging options:
- in a paper bag, content 350 g
- in a glass bottle, 100 g content
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