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Aloe vera is a succulent plant that has been used in medicine since ancient Egypt. Both the juice (the odorless, clear liquid from the innermost part of the leaf) and the gel (which is yellowish in color and acidic in taste) are believed to have medicinal properties. Aloe vera juice is typically taken by mouth, while aloe vera gel is usually applied to the skin. The gel, also known as latex, contains a compound called aloin which has major laxative effects. In reality, until 2002, aloe latex was used in over-the-counter laxatives until the US. The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has stopped using it because of concerns that it may cause cancer.
How Long Does Herbalife Aloe last Once Opened?
Approximately 2 years.
So, aloe vera is commonly used in conventional medicines for the treatment of skin disorders. In Ayurvedic medicine, it is said to have a cooling effect that balances the worsening of the pitta (heat) dosha. In traditional Chinese medicine, bitter taste and gel refrigeration properties are said to benefit liver and intestinal disorders. When applied topically, the gel of aloe vera has a moisturizing and emollient effect. Cosmetics manufacturers can also exploit this property by infusing aloe vera derivatives into lipsticks, moisturizers, soaps, sunscreens, shaving creams and shampoos. Facial aloe vera tissues are also used to reduce nasal chafing.
What is the Purpose of Herbalife Aloe Concentrate?
You may use this by combining 3 capsules (15 ml) with 120 ml of water. To make 1 liter of herbal Aloe Concentrate Drink, pour 8 tablespoons (120 ml) of concentrate into a liter jar and fill with water. Enjoy this product in a balanced and varied diet as part of a healthy active lifestyle.
Aloe vera gel is also used to treat sunburn, burns, and eczema on the skin. It has a relaxing effect that can aid in the treatment of genital herpes, poison oak, poison ivy, and radiation-induced skin reactions. Proponents suggest that aloe vera can also enhance wound healing and reduce the occurrence of psoriasis. When taken orally as a juice or dietary supplement, laxative effects of aloe vera can help to relieve constipation. Some are also known to help cure peptic ulcers, Crohn's disease, and ulcerative colitis. It has also been suggested that aloe vera can help to normalize blood sugar in people with diabetes.
One of the most common applications of aloe vera gel is to help treat sunburn, burns, contact dermatitis, and minor cuts and abrasions. The freshly extracted gel has a soothing effect that can provide a short-term relief of pain and itchyness. It's another matter if it just speeds up recovery. A 2012 review of studies from Australia analyzed seven clinical studies investigating the use of aloe in the treatment of burns, skin biopsies and hemorrhoidectomy, and found no evidence to support the healing of acute or chronic wounds. The same results have been shown in studies on the use of aloe vera in people with psoriasis plaque. A small study in Denmark involving 41 adults with stable plaque psoriasis concluded that aloe vera gel administered twice daily for one month was less effective than placebo in alleviating the symptoms of psoriasis.
Does Herbal Life Aloe Make You Lose Weight?
Of course, I, nor Herbalife, can guarantee you will lose weight using the aloe vera concentrate product. That being said, it has been used for centuries as a laxative. In addition, it also serves to eliminate toxins, free radicals and oxidative stress within the body.
Radiation-induced dermatitis (RID) is a common side effect of cancer radiation therapy that is characterized by red, flaky skin and recurrent blister and dermal atrophy (thinning of the skin). Studies on the use of aloe vera in RID therapy have been mixed. Iran's 2013 study looked at the effects of aloe lotion on 60 people undergoing radiation therapy. After exposure, a thin layer of lotion was applied to half of the irradiated area of the skin. After four weeks of treatment, the authors found that areas treated with aloe had a lower degree of dermatitis than areas left untreated.
Is Herbalife Aloe Concentrate Safe?
Yes, Herbalife aloe concentrate is safe and has numerous uses and benefits.
So, the findings were somewhat limited by the wide variety of cancers being treated. Further research may be needed to determine if topical aloe is more effective in the treatment of certain areas of the skin or at certain doses of radiation. There is no evidence that taking aloe vera by mouth has an effect on people with RID.
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Herbalife Aloe Concentrate Uses
Inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) is a complex of digestive diseases consisting of ulcerative colitis and Crohn's disease. Of the two, ulcerative colitis is considered to be the most severe with symptoms ranging from stomach cramping and discomfort to rectal bleeding and bloody diarrhea. Early studies in England involving 44 people with mild to moderate ulcerative colitis concluded that 2-to-1 dilution of aloe vera gel taken twice daily improved symptoms in most people after 4 weeks. According to the investigators, nine people had a full recovery, 11 had an improvement in symptoms, and 14 had a “response” to treatment.
Alternative doctors have long promoted oral aloe vera to help control blood sugar (glucose) in pre-diabetes and type 2 diabetes patients. A 2016 review of India's eight clinical trials concluded that oral aloe vera significantly improved fasting blood glucose in pre-diabetes patients but was only marginally successful in patients with type 2 diabetes. A research from China in 2016 reported similar findings, showing that aloe vera is most beneficial to people with prediabetes. That said, the authors referred to the generally low quality of the study and the lack of safety testing.
It is used to treat sunburn, burns, and eczema on the skin. It has a relaxing effect that can aid in the treatment of genital herpes, poison oak, poison ivy, and radiation-induced skin reactions. Proponents suggest that aloe vera can also enhance wound healing and reduce the occurrence of psoriasis. When taken orally as a juice or dietary supplement, laxative effects of aloe vera can help to relieve constipation. Some are also known to help cure peptic ulcers, Crohn's disease, and ulcerative colitis. It has also been suggested that aloe vera can help to normalize blood sugar in people with diabetes.
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