Aloe Vera Concentrate (4 oz) - NOW Foods - 40:1 Concentrate Contains Active Polysaccharides

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Aloe Vera Concentrate (4 oz) - NOW Foods - 40:1 Concentrate Contains Active Polysaccharides

This Aloe Vera Concentrate is made from aloe leaves that are washed, sanitized, and sliced open by hand to obtain the cleanest and most optimal product..


Ingredients & Description

This Aloe Vera Concentrate is made from aloe leaves that are washed, sanitized, and sliced open by hand to obtain the cleanest and most optimal product.  This 40:1 concentrate contains active polysaccharides which guarantee authentic potent Aloe Vera.   Organic Aloe Vera Concentrate Quality

Supplement Facts
Aloe Vera Concentrate - 4 oz.
  APS%DV
20 mL of Aloe Vera Juice)
Aloe Vera Concentrate (40:1) (Equivalent to approximately0.5 mL *
Serving Size:1/8 Teaspoon (0.5 mL)
Servings Per Container:236

Serving Size: 1/8 teaspoon Other Ingredients: Potassium sorbate, citric acid, ascorbic acid, and sodium benzoate. Suggested Use: As a dietary supplement, take 1/8 teaspoon of this pleasant tasting concentrate daily, preferably with meals. To dilute, mix 4 oz bottle with 1.25 gallons of pure water for typical aloe vera juice. Warnings: None Disclaimers: None 11,355 mg of polysaccharides per 4 fl oz container.  

Aloe Vera

SKU: 3030
UPC: 733739030306
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Questions and answers:

    Asked on: February 19, 2013
    Question: I can use this on my hair, correct?
    • 0 0 A: Aloe vera is a plant and has many uses. The manufacturers directed use is for consumption. I have seen aloe vera, though, in many hair and skin products, however I am legally unable to suggest other uses than what is directed by the manufacturer.   Vote down - Vote up
    Asked on: January 28, 2013
    Question: CAN IT BE USED ON SENSITIVE FACIAL SKIN
    • 0 0 A: Aloe can be very soothing for most skind types. If you have any skin conditions, though, it would be best to consult with your physician to find out if aloe vera concentrate will adversly effect your skin or not. Vote down - Vote up

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