Enjoy the benefits of Aloe Vera in four healthy varieties of fresh, stabilized aloe vera gel Aloe Vera Gel, Aloe Berry Nectar, Forever Bits n’ Peaches and Forever Freedom. The primary ingredient of all four varieties is raw aloe vera gel, which provides a rich supplement to healthy nutrition. And to complement our aloe vera drinks we have added Forever Pomesteen Power, Aloe Blossom Herbal Tea, Aloe2Go and Forever Natural Spring Water to our range. Drink any one of these on a daily basis to add nutrients, vitamins, minerals and amino acids to your diet, and above all, to promote a good, healthy lifestyle!
The miraculous aloe leaf contains 200 compounds, including 20 minerals, 18 amino acids and 12 vitamins. A product of our patented aloe stabilization process, our gel is favored by those looking to maintain a healthy digestive system and a natural energy level.
• Forever Living is The first of its kind to be certified by the International Aloe Science Counci.
• Forever Living has The power of aloe – from the inside out l
• Stabilized Aloe Vera Juice Contains over 200 compounds
• Beneficial for maintaining a healthy digestive system
For centuries, Aloe Vera has been used by many different cultures. The
ancient Greeks, the Romans, the Babylonians, Indians and the Chinese have all used
Aloe Vera as a medicinal plant. Throughout the years, Aloe Vera (Aloinae) has been
called many things: Potted Physician, Wand of Heaven, Wonder Plant, Heaven’s
Blessing, and Plant of Life.
Botanists have identified at least 200-300 different types of Aloe Vera plants.
Of all these types of Aloe, only five have demonstrated medical benefits: Aloe
Barbadensis Miller, Aloe Perryi Baker, Aloe Ferox, Aloe Arborescens and Aloe
Saponaria. Aloe Barbadensis Miller is the most widely used as well as the most
Indigenous to Africa, it is now grown all around the world specifically in
warmer, drier climates.
The structures of most Aloe plants are very similar. Aloe grows to maturity in
approximately four years, at which time the leaves begin to sprout. They taper to a
point near the top of the plant, and the leaves have soft spines every few inches lining
their silhouette. The Aloe Barbadensis Miller has about a 12-year life span.
According to Dr. Peter Atherton in his book titled The Essential Aloe Vera,
“The structure of the Aloe leaf shows the outer-rind about fifteen cell layers thick. . .
The hardness is due to the large amounts of calcium and magnesium present in it. . . .
Below the rind are vascular bundles or tubes of xylen and phloem. The xylen
transports water and minerals from the roots upwards into the leaves . . .
The phloem transports the synthesized materials down to the roots and other parts of the
As Aloe Vera is comprised of approximately 99% water, all of these chemicals
are contained in the remaining 1% of the plant. Although this may seem like a small
percentage to contain so many ingredients, its helpfulness has been proven to be
significant. Dr. Atherton claims that this is due to synergistic actions. He writes,
“Synergism is defined as, ‘the working together of two or more drugs, muscles, etc.,
to produce an effect greater then the sum of their individual effects.
Aloe Vera has the ability to provide essential nutrients, kill bacteria, viruses,
fungi, yeasts and reduce inflammation. Dr. Atherton claims, “Tissues that die and are
renewed rapidly such as the lining of the gut, which renews itself about every four
days, and the skin every 21 to 28 days or so, need a rich and ready supply of building
materials to produce and maintain healthy, efficient cells.” A proper diet
supplemented with Aloe Vera is an effective way to get these essential nutrients. Aloe Vera can also reduce inflammation to injured tissue. Inflammation occurs when
healthy tissue is injured and blood begins to clot around the tissue to repair the
injured tissue. Aloe Vera is a natural anti-inflammatory that is much more delicate on
the human body.
The benefits of Aloe Vera have long been tested throughout history. It is only
in recent years that studies have scientifically proven many of the medicinal benefits
of Aloe Vera. Perhaps the longer that scientist and botanists study the benefits of
Aloe Vera, the more improvements it will create to human health and well-being.
Atherton, P. (1997). The Essential Aloe Vera. Newport Pagnell: Mill Enterprises.
Imagine slicing open an Aloe leaf and consuming
the gel directly from the plant. Our Aloe Vera Gel
is as close to the real thing as you can get.
The miraculous aloe leaf contains over 200 compounds,
including 20 minerals, 18 amino acids and
12 vitamins. A product of our patented aloe
stabilization process, our gel is favored by those
looking to maintain a healthy digestive system and
a natural energy level.
The first to receive certification by the International
Aloe Science Council, this rich cocktail of pulp
and liquid authenticates this product just as nature
intended. Taken daily, either alone or mixed with
pure fruit juice, it is one of the best nutritional
FOREVER LIVING ALOE VERA JUICE INGREDIENTS
Stabilized Aloe Vera Gel, Sorbitol, Ascorbic Acid
(Antioxidant), Citric Acid, Potassium Sorbate (To
Help Protect Flavor), Sodium Benzoate (To Help
Protect Flavor), Xanthan Gum, Tocopherol
Serving Size 8 fl. oz. (240 ml)
Servings Per Container about 4
Amount Per Serving
.......................................% Daily Value*
Total Fat 0g....................... 0%
Sodium................ 60mg...... 3%
Total Carbohydrate. 12g........ 4%
Protein................ 0g.......... 0%
*Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
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Studies have found that there are 75 ingredients contained in the Aloe leaf.
These ingredients have a variety of medical benefits. They are divided into the
• Ligin – This cellulose substance is found in the gel has no known medical
properties except it posses the property of penetrating the human skin.
• Saponins – These form soapy lathers when mixed and agitated with water. They
have been used in detergents, foaming agents and contain antiseptic properties.
• Anthraquinones – There are 12 of these contained in the sap of Aloe Vera: Aloin,
Isobarbaloin, Anthracene, Emodin, Ester of Cinnamonic acid, Chrysophanic acid,
Barbaloin, Anthranol, Aloetic acid, Aloe Emodin, Ethereal oil and Resistannol.
These act as natural laxatives, painkillers and analgesics, and they contain powerful
antibacterial, antifungal and virucidal properties.
• Minerals – Aloe Vera contains the following minerals:
- Calcium (essential for proper bone and teeth density)
- Manganese (a component of enzymes necessary for the activation of other
- Sodium (ensures that the body fluids do not become too acidic or too alkaline)
- Copper (enables iron to work as oxygen carriers in the red blood cells)
- Magnesium (used by nerves and muscle membranes to help conduct electrical
- Potassium (regulates the acidic or alkaline levels of body fluid)
- Zinc (contributes to the metabolism of proteins, carbohydrates and fats)
- Chromium (necessary for the proper function of insulin, which in turn controls the
sugar levels in the blood)
- Iron (controls the transportation of oxygen around the body via the red blood cells)
• Vitamins – Aloe Vera contains numerous vitamins:
- Vitamins A, C, & E (crucial antioxidants that combat dangerous free radicals in the
- Vitamin B & Choline (concerned with the production of energy, amino acid
metabolism and developing muscle mass)
- Vitamin B12 (responsible for the production of red blood cells)
- Folic acid (helps develop new blood cells)
• Amino Acids – Amino Acids are the building blocks of protein, which
manufacture and repair muscle tissue. The human body requires 22 amino acids and
needs 8 essential ones. Aloe Vera provides 20 of 22 required amino acids and 7 of 8
• Enzymes – Some of the most important enzymes in Aloe Vera are: Peroxidase,
Aliiase, Catalase, Lipase, Cellulase, Carboxypeptidase, Amylase and Alkaline
Phosphatase. Enzymes help to break down food and assist in digestion. Some
enzymes help break down fats while others break down starches and sugars.
• Sugars – Aloe Vera contains both monosaccharides, such as glucose and fructose,
and polysaccharides. Polysaccharides are the most important types of sugars. They
aid in proper digestion, maintain cholesterol levels, improve liver functions and
promote the strengthening of bones.
• Sterols – Sterols are important anti-inflammatory agents. The ones found in Aloe Vera are: Cholesterol, Sitosterol, Campesterol and Lupeol. These sterols contain
antiseptic and analgesic properties. They also have pain killing properties similar to