Aloe Vera Drink - How Long Does It Take to Clean Out the Toxins?
Q. When you drink aloe vera, how long does it take for it to clean out the toxins?
A. That's a good question. I can't tell you exactly how long it would take for the toxins to get cleaned out.
Toxins enter your body not just by way of the foods that you eat but also by way of the water that you drink and the quality of the air that you breathe.
I suggest you drink 1/4 glass of aloe vera gel on an empty stomach, preferably about 30 minutes before breakfast.
Then another 1/4 glass before you go to sleep at night...at this rate, you consume 1 liter of aloe gel in 10 days.
Do it for 30 days and then notice the changes.
I suggest you make it a habit to drink aloe gel.
Refrigerate the bottle after it is opened.
The length of time for the aloe gel to cleanse a person's system varies.
For example, imagine the tar and nicotine that lurk deep inside a smoker's lungs.
So, by comparison, it takes longer to cleanse a smoker's lungs than that of a non-smoker's.
Another point I'd like to stress, aloe gel works more effectively when it is used in combination with fish oil capsules in an artery cleanse.
Here's another factor to consider.
Most companies that manufacture aloe vera gel rely on vendors for their supply of aloe vera.
This results in varying degrees of quality and purity.
As a matter of fact, most products that are claimed to contain pure aloe vera gel are mostly just water.
They contain only a small percentage of actual aloe vera.
What does this mean? This means that when you happen to buy and drink watered-down aloe vera gel, it's going to take quite a long time before you experience any of the benefits of aloe vera.
If at all.
One important fact about aloe vera that you should know is this:
Once the aloe vera leaves are cut, enzymes begin to break down the various bioactive nutrients.
Slice an apple in half then leave it alone for an hour or two.
Notice what happens to the exposed portion?
That's exactly what happens once the aloe leaf is cut.
It's called oxidation.
When aloe vera gel gets oxidized, it loses its potency.
It is important that what you buy is stabilized aloe vera.
What You Can Do
Learn to read labels. When you shop for a good aloe vera gel product, look for the words, "aloe vera" as the number one on the list of ingredients.
Next, be sensitive about the percentage of the aloe content.
The International Aloe Science Council certifies authentic aloe vera products.
This ensures consumer protection.
Look for the IASC seal of approval on the side of the bottle before you buy any aloe vera drink.
The International Aloe Science Council's seal of approval alone is already one way to know that what you are getting is a product that contains aloe vera.
Some companies use the seal illegally so you have to check the IASC's certified products list to be sure that the company that manufactured the aloe vera gel you are about to purchase have their products analyzed and approved by the IASC.
You can check them here.
Meanwhile, as an integral part of the certification program, The IASC has a Facility Certification program for aloe raw materials and finished products.
Simply put - A facility who meets the program requirements is qualified to produce aloe raw materials or finished products.
You can find the list of IASC-certified facilities here.
By the way, here's a video about how high quality aloe vera gel is manufactured.
Hope this helps,