Origin: Derived from the dried hollow interior of the Aloe vera plant
Also Known As:
Aloe barbadensis powder
Aloe vera powder is one of the many derivatives of the Aloe vera plant. It contains vitamins C, B1, B2, B3, B4, and B12 as well as minerals such as potassium, calcium, sodium, manganese, magnesium, silicon, iron, lithium, and copper.
Furthermore, it contains many essential amino acids as well as enzymes that aid in digestion and liver function.
Studies have shown that it aids in improving the appearance of dry and aging skin by making it more resilient and supple.
- Soothing irritated digestive tract
- Increasing the bioavailability of food and other supplements in the body
- Activating white blood cells to fight viral and bacterial infections
- Reducing blood sugar levels
- Laxative and purgative
- Improving kidney, gallbladder, and liver function
- Helping with blood circulation
- Treating rosacea and acne
- Removing stretch marks
- Stimulating the creation of collagen and elastin
Common Dosage: While there is no standard dose for Aloe vera powder yet, researchers have used 300 mg administered twice daily.