The digestive goodness of Aloe Vera

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Surely you’re aware of the excellent hydrating, softening, and soothing properties of Aloe Vera. But besides the obvious benefits to the skin, did you know that scientific studies have shown that Aloe Vera performs amazing anti-inflammatory healing capabilities in the digestive system?

This is because the medicinal plant contains Mucilaginous Polysaccharides, a beneficial healing agent with potent inflammation inhibitors, as well as tissue healing promoters and hence is great for a healthy digestion and immune system. Moreover it is even said to have incredible potential as treatment for more serious bowel diseases like ulcerative colitis.

However, despite having this important ingredient, it must be stressed that raw Aloe Vera should never be consumed as doctors have confirmed that whole leaf Aloe Vera or raw Aloe Vera gel or juice contain substances called anthroquinones which are extremely irritating to the gut and intestinal linings when ingested.

Therefore, those interested in reaping the benefits of the plant should only consume specially prepared formulas such as SEROVERA AMP 500, an all natural, organic based derivative of the Aloe Vera plant. Such formulas remove these irritants and leave only the highest concentration of Aloe Mucilaginous Polysaccharides intact providing digestive healing benefits like; soothing irritable bowel syndrome, easing constipation, or even as treatment for chronic digestive disorders like diverticulitis.

So, if you suffer from some sort of digestive disorder or are simply interested in learning more about the benefits of Aloe Mucilaginous Polysaccharides and understand how such natural aloe formulae work, check out and learn from the experts.


  1. ayesha says:

    how to use it?

    Ayesha: The product is to be consumed – not raw Aloe Vera.

  2. serena says:

    you mean to eat it like vegetables?

    Serena: Oh no…what I meant in the article was to consume products / vits / supplements containing Aloe Vera. Juice is fine too.

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