ALOE VERA WHOLE LEAF
A more concentrated form of aloe.
The whole leaf (including the green part) provides a greater concentration of mucopolysachairides (7,000 mg/liter) than regular filleted aloe vera.
A new process is used so that the aloin from the green part is removed because it is a violent purgative.
Use externally for moisturizing and healing.
To use internally, mix 1 ounce in 8 ounces of pure water.
ALOE VERA JUICE
[1680-4] (32 fl. oz.)
Healing juice for sunburns, scrapes, ulcers and more.
The bitter, mucilaginous sap of the leaves is used as a soothing, healing juice. It is used externally on skin problems including wounds, rashes and burns.
Several ounces at a time may be consumed internally for ulcers, arthritis or as a laxative.
Its viscous fiber lowers bowel transit time, absorbs bowel toxins and regulates colonic bacteria.
NSP processing avoids loss of important nutrients.
The leaf is sliced open and the bitter green outer portion is removed.
The liquid gel is collected.
Vitamin C and sodium benzoate are used to preserve the juice.
Aloe vera is rich nutritionally as well.
It contains 18 amino acids, vitamins B1, B2, B6, C, niacinamide, choline and more.
ALOE VERA GEL
 (8 fl. oz.)
Especially for external use. (see information at "Aloe Vera Juice")
The gel form is produced by adding irish moss extract which is also good for the skin.
It is sold in a flop-top squeeze bottle.