Aloe Vera

Aloe Vera
Aloe Vera

This amazingly beautiful plant is a great healer and easy to grow at home. Topically, aloe heals many skin problems, including burns and eczema, but the plant itself is edible and often sold as a sweetened drink.Aloe is great for all types of digestive problems, including Crohn's Disease and soothes other digestive tract irritations, such as Colitis, ulcers, and irritable bowel syndrome. It aids in relieving fungal infections, kills yeast, and is great for boosting weight loss and weight management goals. Among it's other benefits, it helps reduce inflammation, reduce cancer tumors, normalize blood sugar, produce white blood cells, promote healthy kidneys, and increase the elasticity of skin. Seriously, what doesn't it do?

Selection Process

Aloe vera leaves can be found in most health and healing food stores. If you're thinking about growing it yourself at home, most greenhouses, nurseries, and home improvement stores sell potted varieties. Peel the tough outer skin with a sharp knife and eat only the clear, gel-like flesh inside. In your Blasts, you can use the raw aloe gel or buy unsweetened aloe vera juice from your local supermarket or grocer.

Nutrition Facts

Serving Size: 1 tablespoon (14.8 g)

Amount Per Serving

Calories: 1.5

% Daily Value*

Total fat 0.0g 0.0%

Sodium 5.9mg 0.0%

Total Carbs 0.4g 0.1%

Sugars 0.0g

* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your daily values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.