Aloeride Extra Strong dosage
Ideally Aloeride Extra Strong is taken away from food (some 30-45 minutes before and some 60 minutes after) and with ample of water (filtering tap water always is a clever idea). That way, food particles won’t obstruct the polysaccharide binding sites in the gut (aloe vera uses these). Dosing is no hard science –as true for prescription drugs as it is for a food supplement or food itself– because often this is dictated by results which may vary from one individual to another.
The following are guidelines:
1 vegicapsule a day (easiest is 1 first thing in the morning or 1 in the evening; it can of course be taken any time of day to suit you) = maintenance dosage for adults who wish to boost general wellbeing or wish to help digestive tract issues and/or wish to help skin health. Even when dietary sensitivities are well managed by food choices, some extra help to buffer this sensitivity often proves very beneficial. For young children it is sensible to ratio their weight to that of an average adult (75kg) and use a proportion of the capsule content; see also ‘Can I take too much Aloeride Extra Strong’.
2 vegicapsules a day (1 in the morning and 1 in evening) = adult dosage when the digestive tract or the skin is compromised, people choosing this dosage often do so to fuel tissue repair. Because aloe vera’s effect lasts for 24hrs (with most of this occurring during the first 12hrs) there is no need to get into a flap about exactly at what hour to take Aloeride Extra Strong, just divide it (evenly if possible) over the 24hrs. If you ingest 2 vegicaps at the same time then you’re likely to ingest more beta-linked polysaccharides than there are binding sites for them, so you’d be wasting Aloeride polysaccharides as they’ll go straight through.
3 vegicapsules a day (1 in the morning and 1 at noon and 1 in the evening) = adult dosage when innate tissue repair needs a huge boost, this would never be a maintenance dosage. If you ingest 2 or 3 vegicaps at the same time then you’re likely to ingest more beta-linked polysaccharides than there are binding sites for them, so you’d be wasting Aloeride polysaccharides as they’ll go straight through.
Can I take too much Aloeride Extra Strong
One of the world’s greatest expert on aloe vera, Consultant Gastroenterologist Dr. Ivan E. Danhof PhD MD wrote to us that, once all polysaccharide receptor sites in the digestive tract have been saturated by the aloe polysaccharides, any remaining dosage simply passes through the alimentary canal and does no harm. The serving that achieves this limit in an adult is approximately 500mg which is slightly more than what’s in 1 Aloeride Extra Strong vegicapsule (426mg). That is why you never take 2 capsules at the same time… Our youngest ever user was less than one year old and it is very reassuring to know that, even in such a small child, it is impossible to overdose, what doesn’t bind to the child’s receptor sites simply leaves his/her alimentary canal.
For reference: Dr. Danhof has impeccable credentials namely a B.Sc. in Biology and Chemistry, a M.Sc. in Nutrition and Microbiology, a Ph.D. in Physiology, and a Medical Degree with specialties in Internal Medicine and Gastroenterology. Dr. Danhof is a retired Professor of Physiology at the University of Texas who has written 80 research papers throughout his career. Additionally, he served as a Fulbright Scholar in Afghanistan investigating Botanical Medicine.
Aloeride ingredients including capsule
How old does one have to be to use Aloeride Extra Strong
How quickly will I notice a difference
How long is a piece of string… It is an impossible question to answer but perhaps the following will help. The surface area of your small intestine when laid out flat has the size of a tennis court and your large intestine has a surface area about 1/30th that size (small and large refers to their diameter and not their surface area). So it is a massive area to placate when this gets upset. Many people use Aloeride Extra Strong because of digestive issues, varying widely from IBS to Crohn’s to Ulcerative Colitis. Gastroenterologists will readily confirm that such conditions are not necessarily easily managed, not with prescribed medication, not with diet, not with lifestyle changes. So Aloeride Extra Strong, however exemplary this is made (and it is), cannot be a golden bullet for everybody. That is explained in our approach.
That unique, broad spectrum of nutrients
Aloe vera is a remarkable desert plant and has been recognised as such throughout the ages by people from all continents. It is the type of nutrients that aloe vera barbadensis miller contains and the quantity ingested of them that drives what your horse’s body can do. So here’s a list of what fuels the magic that is aloe vera:
Does Aloeride dissolve in water
This question was asked by someone who wanted to use Aloeride Extra Strong as a cosmetic application. Our detailed answer is HERE. Mixing our powder with water creates both a solution and a suspension, different molecules in the powder doing different things. This works perfectly fine for facials, do have a look at these three fabulously easy to do and effective facial mask recipes.
What do we know about aloe vera?
Aloe vera has been valued throughout the ages and this documented empiricism dates back to well before Christ. Science saved us from subjective enthusiasm so aloe vera became probably one of the most researched herbs on the planet. The plethora of good quality research on generic aloe vera has showed it offers physiological support in the following areas:
Isn’t aloe vera gel or juice better than aloe vera powder
This is a common misconception that is very easily dispelled:
Can I develop a tolerance to Aloeride, should I take breaks?
The ‘tolerance’ referred to in this question happens in homeopathic remedies whereby one’s body gets accustomed to the homeopathic ‘signal’. It gets ‘bored’ with that same signal so reduces it’s response to that signal, thus the remedy becomes less effective. In electro-stimulation of neurons such fading is called Wedenski inhibition and this can be overcome by changing to 2 frequencies; keeping to 1 stimulatory frequency causes the neurological response to fade. This is the sort of ‘tolerance’ referred to in this question.
Can I use Aloeride whilst on the Specific Carbohydrate Diet
Yes you can! But within SCD circles there’s confusion about it. At a medical lecture at Oxford University where Dr. Sherry Rogers MD was the keynote speaker, Elaine Gottschall was a guest speaker and spoke about the Specific Carbohydrate Diet. Afterwards we mentioned to Elaine the different laboratory tests we initiated and their grossly different measurements. She tarred all aloe vera with the same brush despite her motto being ‘the devil is in the detail’.
Why doesn’t Aloeride have a Seal Of Approval
Is Aloeride Extra Strong Kosher and Halaal
Aloeride Extra Strong is Kosher and Halaal. Since 2010 we exclusively use vegetarian VcapsPlus capsules that are certified organic as well as Kosher and Halaal certified. Inside these vegetarian capsules our Soil Association certified organic, pure aloe vera powder is by its very nature Kosher, Halaal and suitable for Vegetarians and Vegans. We will not present Aloeride Extra Strong for either Kosher or Halaal certification -time consuming and costly procedures- because no reasonable person would mistake our food supplement for a substance their belief forbids.
So do I get the same Aloeride aloe vera as horses do
You’re not far off but you’ve got your timeline wrong. It’s the other way around: horses get the same proven quality Aloeride aloe vera powder as people get, only in horse-appropriate dosage and in horse-appropriate packaging. We launched Aloeride for People in 2004 after some two years of trialling and Aloeride for Horses was launched in 2011.
Does Aloeride contain Manapol
Yes of course Aloeride aloe vera contains these molecules. Manapol is a product made by Carrington Laboratories in the USA and Manapol powder consists of roughly 25% acetylated mannans, 25% pectins, 25% methylcellulose, and 25% calcium malate. Aloe polysaccharides consist of linear (unbranched) chains of beta-1-4-linked glucose and mannose molecules: owing to the presence of these two simple hexose sugars, they are also called glucomannans, and because there is considerably more mannose than glucose present, they are also sometimes called polymannans. Turn the last word around and you know where the name Manapol might come from.
Comparing aloe vera gel quantity to aloe vera powder quantity
We are grateful to one of the foremost experts on aloe vera -Consultant Gastroenterologist Dr. Ivan E. Danhof PhD MD- for explaining the Industry Standard calculation to work out how much original aloe vera juice (aloe vera gel) is used to make aloe vera powder. Kindly note that this quantification doesn’t say anything about the quality of the aloe vera gel/aloe vera juice or of the powder. It just calculates fluid to solids ratio. As you are interested in calculations, you may be interested also in Proven Premium Quality.
How about chondroitin?
Chondroitin supplements consist of ground up shark or cow cartilage. The thinking behind this is that, if you provide a body with the raw material that is cartilage, a mammalian body will use that material to regenerate its own cartilage. Two common sensical things need to be considered here: 1) a foal growing up seems to develop cartilage just fine without the need for shark or cow cartilage, it builds it own cartilage from various amino acids in the mare’s milk, grass and herbs of choice in natural habitat. 2) if chondroitin had been hugely successful, the very first thing its marketing department would have shown us is cartilage changes in MRI scans… oddly enough, there is no such study, anywhere. The British Medical Journal published: compared with placebo, glucosamine, chondroitin, and their combination do not reduce joint pain or have an impact on narrowing of joint space (BMJ 2010;341:c4675).