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Post  johndoe1225 on Mon Mar 19, 2018 9:19 am

Hey everyone!

I want to start taking a bit of Aloe Vera juice daily by "Lily of the Valley".  Apparently the only harmful part is the "aloe latex" or aloin, a yellow substance in the actual aloe leaf fillet.  Apparently stuff with the IASC logo are fine because they decolorize the juice or whatever, and take almost all of the latex out.

My question is basically this; if I by some mistake ended up with a product that DID have the bad latex in it, would I have the symptoms like diarrhea and stomach upset?  So if I DON'T have those symptoms, it means it's fine?  I just looked at the jar and it says that it uses the "Inner fillet", is preservative free and organic, and that "Aloin content reduced to 1 ppm for consumer safety" (parts per milllion).

What do you guys think about this?  Sounds really safe for oral consumption, right?  I just like to get more opinions.  So if this IS safe, how much should I actually consume?  On the actual jar the dosage seems a bit high (not saying it's bad but perhaps unnecessary).  I think I read that maybe 2-4 tablespoons or two a day is the best amount?

EDIT:  From their FAQ:  What is Aloin / Aloe Latex / Anthraquinones / Yellow Sap?
Between the outer rind of the aloe leaf and the inner fillet lies the yellow sap (aloe latex) that contain anthraquinones (aloin). When taken in extremely high doses, aloin can be harmful. Unfiltered aloe contains approx. 10,000 parts per million of aloin. Lily of the Desert aloe products contain a safe level of less than 1 part per million of aloin. They are safe to use daily.

So I assume that means ANY ALOE PRODUCT, gel or juice, whole leaf or inner fillet, from Lily of the Desert?

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Post  CausticSymmetry on Mon Mar 19, 2018 9:39 am

johndoe1225 - Yes, an upset stomach, cramping, etc.


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Re: Aloe Vera Juice Safety Help?

Post  johndoe1225 on Mon Mar 19, 2018 10:40 am

CausticSymmetry wrote:johndoe1225 - Yes, an upset stomach, cramping, etc.


Thanks, I guess it's safe, I've tried to look up that company and it seems pretty popular.  I'll probably buy the gel version too from the same company to use as a topical on face and hair/scalp.  Right now I'm using the juice in a spray bottle.

So I guess just to be paranoidedly (word? Very Happy ) safe, I'll continue taking 1 tablespoon on that juice for maybe a week or so then maybe go up to 2 tablespoons.

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