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Aloe Supplements

While aloe might be best known for its use on the skin it is also good for the body. People have been using aloe since ancient times. Egyptians used aloe to heal a variety of problems. The kings in Egypt used aloe as a burial plant to achieve life after death. It was the most common herb used in the United States in the 18th and 19th centuries. Aloe has been as a folk remedy directly used on the skin or taken by mouth. Aloe was taken by mouth for diabetes, asthma, epilepsy and osteoarthritis. Aloe taken by mouth can help with constipation. It may also have a role with lowering blood sugar levels in diabetes. Other studies are looking for the role of aloe in helping build good bacteria in the body. The intestines need good bacteria to digest food. These good bacteria also keep the body healthy. Aloe vera juice may play a role in treating disorders of the intestine or gut. It may also help with heart conditions. However, more studies are needed for all of these benefits. The green part of the leaf can be taken by mouth. The dried substance from the leaf is called aloe latex. This product can be taken as juice or capsules. There are many aloe supplements or products that contain aloe ingredients. Walgreens offers a wide selection of aloe products to meet your needs.

Types of Aloe Supplements

Walgreens offers aloe supplements in three forms. It is available as a juice, capsule or as a natural food flavoring. The capsule can be swallowed or opened and sprinkled into a drink. You can also drink this with water, tea or your favorite juice. There is also a liquid aloe supplement. Drinking aloe juice is comparable to taking a capsule supplement daily. The benefits provided by an aloe supplement remain under research. If you are taking aloe latex for constipation, talk with your doctor or pharmacist. You should review all of your medications or supplements. Make sure to mention if you are taking diuretics (water pills). These drugs can lower the level of potassium in the body. Potassium is an important mineral for your health. Aloe can also decrease the potassium level. This means that taking aloe with these drugs can cause your potassium to become too low. Low potassium levels can make you weak. It can also cause problems with your heart. It is important to check if an aloe supplement is right for you.

This article is only for your information. It is not advice about your health care. You should read the product labels carefully. It is important for you to speak to your doctor or pharmacist before taking any supplement. If you are taking medications, including over-the-counter medications, you should speak to your doctor or pharmacist. If you are taking other supplements, you should speak to your doctor or pharmacist. If you have a medical condition or health problem, or if you are pregnant or nursing, you should speak to your doctor. Consult a healthcare provider immediately if you experience any reactions or side effects.

These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.

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