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The Benefits Of Aloe Vera

The Benefits Of Aloe Vera

You’ve probably heard of aloe vera as a powerful substance to relieve sunburn and small injuries, but aloe vera is much more than a nice houseplant that can help sunburn. It holds powerful benefits for your entire body and overall health from digestion to oral health.

In this article, you will learn what aloe vera is, why and how you should use it and what benefits it can provide. You will find delicious recipes to try and answers to any questions you may have. Most importantly, you will find one of the most powerful ways to use aloe vera to benefit your health (hint: it’s Organifi Pure!).

What Is Aloe Vera?

Aloe vera is a succulent plant dating back to Ancient Egypt. It is native to North Africa, Southern Europe and the Canary Islands, but today it is grown in tropical climates and used as a houseplant worldwide.

Aloe vera gel has been known to be a wonderful topical remedy, relieving sunburns and helping wound recovery. Research has shown that aloe vera has more benefits than just remedying injuries and skin problems, but can also be used internally for various ailments, including digestive troubles.

Aloe vera gel looks like a colorless gel. It tastes watery, a bit bitter with a sweet tinge at the end. Some love it, while for others, it is an acquired taste. Mixed in with juices, smoothies, and food, you won’t notice any aloe vera taste at all.

Why Should I Use Aloe Vera?

Aloe vera is a simple and natural way to support your health, particularly your digestion, blood sugar levels and skin.

Among superfoods, it’s one of the easiest to find and use.

Aloe vera is an easily available plant that you can even keep in your house.

You can find aloe vera leaves sold individually at grocery stores, ethnic supermarkets and health food stores. They are affordable and a large leaf can go a long way.

Aloe vera can also be found in a supplement form or as a part of powerful superfood products, such as Organifi Pure.

Benefits - Why Aloe Vera Is Good For You

Aloe vera has countless benefits, including:

  • Heartburn relief: According to a 2010 study, 1-3 ounces of aloe vera taken before a meal can reduce heartburn and GERD symptoms.
  • Gums and oral health: Research has shown that aloe vera is an excellent alternative to mouthwash and can help with swollen or bleeding gums.
  • Blood sugar: According to several studies, aloe vera can lower your blood sugar and prevent or improve diabetes.
  • Digestion: Research has shown that aloe vera is a natural laxative that’s great to prevent and help remedy constipation.
  • Cancer: A 2013 study has shown aloe vera's potential to slow breast cancer growth.
  • Skin: Research has shown that aloe vera can effectively relieve sunburn. It can also rememdy burns, wounds, acne and psoriasis.

How Should I Use Aloe Vera?

There are many ways to use aloe vera gel.

You can use it topically, putting aloe vera on sunburns and wounds.

You can even put it on your produce. According to research, putting aloe vera on fruits and vegetables can keep bacteria away and keep them fresh longer.

To use it internally, you can take a spoonful or two as is, or add it to your green juices, green smoothies, put it on your fruit salads and green salads and add it to your dips and dressings and other recipes.

Organifi Pure

One of the smartest ways to use aloe vera is by drinking Organifi Pure. We specifically designed this superfood mix to aid hydration, support your digestion, and improve focus and memory. Along with aloe vera powder, we used incredibly powerful superfoods, including lion mane mushroom, baobab fruit, coffeeberry NeuroFactor, ginger, apple cider vinegar, coconut water and supportive enzymes.

Organifi Pure tastes light and mildly sweet with a refreshing subtle tanginess. It is the healthiest lemonade you can imagen.

Just mix it with a glass of water and you are good to go. You may also add Pure to your juices, smoothies and other recipes.

Aloe Vera Recipes

Aloe Vera Green Tea Smoothie


  • 8 oz unsweetened green tea (make your own!)
  • 1 tbsp aloe vera gel or juice
  • 1 handful of kale
  • 1 frozen ripe banana
  • ½ cup pineapple
  • 1 mandarin, peeled in sections
  • 1 medjool date
  • Optional: 1 tbsp Organifi Pure


  1. Make your tea and let it cool.
  2. Once your tea is cool, blend all ingredients together in a blender.
  3. Other options: you can use herbal tea or white instead of green tea.

Aloe Vera Lemonade


  • 1 large aloe vera leaf
  • 2 meyer lemons (or regular lemon)
  • 2 cups of water


  1. Slice the skin off the aloe vera leaf. Cut the gel into small pieces.
  2. Juice your lemons.
  3. Add the water, lemon juice and aloe vera in a blender.
  4. Blend well then run the thick liquid through a nut milk blend, strainer or cheesecloth.

Easy Aloe Vera Lemonade


  • 1 scoop of Organifi Pure
  • 1 meyer lemon or lemon
  • 2 cups of water


  1. Juice your lemon.
  2. Mix the lemon juice with the remaining ingredients.

Aloe Vera Kiwi Popsicles


  • 1 kiwi fruit
  • 1 cup of aloe vera juice
  • Optional: 1 tbsp of Organifi Pure


  1. Blend your ingredients well.
  2. Pour them into popsicle molds.
  3. Freeze until solid.
  4. Tips: you can use berries, dragonfruit, or pineapple instead of the kiwi as well.

Aloe Vera Green Juice


  • 1 cucumber
  • Handful of spinach
  • 1 green apple
  • 1 lemon
  • 1-inch ginger
  • 1 tbsp of aloe vera
  • 1 scoop of Organifi Pure


  1. Run all ingredients through your juicer, except for Organifi Pure.
  2. Once juiced, mix in Organifi Pure with a spoon.

Frequently Asked Questions

Q. What does aloe vera taste like?

A. It is watery, a bit bitter with a sweet tingle at the end.

Q. What are the benefits of drinking aloe vera?

A. Drinking aloe vera has many benefits, including a clear skin and a healthy digestion.

Q. Is eating aloe vera good for you?

A. Yes, it is a superfood! Add it to your juices, smoothies and dishes or just eat it as it is with a spoon.

Q. Can I drink aloe vera on an empty stomach?

A. Yes, taking 1 tablespoon on an empty stomach is good for your digestion.

Q. Can aloe vera hurt your kidneys?

A. Aloe latex can be hard on the kidneys and cause serious kidney damage. If you have liver issues or are concerned, talk to your doctor before taking aloe vera.

Q. Can I leave aloe vera on my face overnight?

A. Though aloe vera is perfectly safe and great for your skin, it is advised not to leave it on your skin overnight.

Q. Does aloe vera have side effects?

A. For some, aloe vera latex can cause stomach issues in the long-term. Take it slow and watch your body. Ask your doctor if you are concerned or experiencing side effects.

Q. What is the difference between aloe vera gel and powder?

A. Aloe vera gel is the fresh, raw substance in the leaf of aloe vera. Aloe vera gel has to be used quickly after harvesting before it loses medicinal properties. Aloe vera powder, as it can be found in some supplements and superfood powder, can be more concentrated and potent, but most importantly it keeps longer while bringing you the desired benefits.

Q. Can aloe vera be eaten raw?

A. Though the skin of aloe vera is safe to eat, it is bitter. It is recommended to eat the gel part only after taking off the skin. You can eat the gel raw.

Q. Is aloe vera good for weight loss?

A. Since aloe vera is excellent for your digestion and supports your blood sugar, it may help your weight loss goals as well.


Aloe vera is a fantastic superfood that is great for your skin, digestion and blood sugar. Knowing its benefits, we have added a boost of aloe vera to our new Organifi Pure. Organifi Pure is the healthiest lemonade that can aid hydration, support your digestion and help your focus and memory.

Try it this season. Your body will thank you!

Order your Organifi Pure today. Snap a photo, share your experiences and tag us on social media. We would love to hear your Pure success stories.

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