Is putting aloe vera plants in vegetarian capsules going to give you the real thing? Yes it is and here’s why. Everything in an aloe vera plant is useful except for the water and the molecules that give you diarrhoea. So they don’t go into our vegicapsules. We grow the best, most nutrient dense species under the best possible conditions and then, by using the cleverest technology, we capture this magical plant into a vegetarian capsule. Aloeride is a Soil Association certified organic product.
After growing and harvesting the aloe vera barbadensis miller plants, we had the choice to either make whole leaf aloe vera gel (aloe vera juice) or whole leaf aloe vera powder. Because the magic of aloe vera is not in its water, we choose to give you exclusively the solids that are responsible for aloe vera’s many accolades. For you, freeze dried (preserves heat sensitive molecules) Aloeride aloe vera powder means that you get much more of the aloe nutrients in a vegicapsule than you would get from the generally recommended dosage of aloe vera juice. Of course we use the cleverest way for original aloe vera gel to become powder, that is why the working molecules remain present in abundance as proven by multiple, independent laboratory testing.
Purity is very important, so we encapsulate our high-purity powder without adding anything to it other than a minute amount of inert Aerosil 200 Pharma which is high-purity, pharmaceutical standard amorphous anhydrous colloidal silicon dioxide to optimise the flow of our very hygroscopic Aloeride aloe vera powder. The big advantage of keeping things pure is that there is nothing to adversely react to and with vegetarian capsules there is no horrible aloe vera taste. Aloeride was created for our three year old daughter and, as you probably know, every child that age spits out anything they don’t like. Aloe vera gel (aloe vera juice) qualifies highly for projectile discharge!
How about growing an aloe vera plant on your kitchen window sill? Excellent idea but for any species of aloe vera plant to develop its spectrum of polysaccharides, it needs a lot of sunshine. Which is the one thing we haven’t got a lot of in England. So that plant’s inner gel may be fine for oven burns but it’s definitely not fine for internal use.