When anybody wrongly tells you that aloe vera gel (aloe vera juice) is ‘best’ because ‘it is more natural’ or ‘it contains its natural medium’ then remember this: Nature uses water to move stuff from A to B. That is why your body contains some 60% water, your brain 70%, your blood 83%, your lungs 90% and that is why aloe vera contains 99.5% water… so it can move its nutrients about and doesn’t run dry during droughts (after all this is genetically a desert plant).
Nature’s biochemistry works because of the transported stuff and not because of the water. So when it comes to aloe vera, you can get water perfectly fine from your (best filtered) tap water. What you seek is that what fuels the magic, and this is what laboratories measure in abundance inside Aloeride… high levels of working molecules. We freeze the water out which means that heat-sensitive molecules within whole leaf aloe vera barbadensis miller remain intact.
We assume that you too prefer ‘fact via objective measurement’ over ’emotive marketing’. For what’s the point jubilating about a carton of twelve eggs when in reality it contains only six… or in some cases even less. You see, what aloe vera gel enthusiasts may not know is that independent laboratories time and again measure that Aloeride aloe vera contains very significantly more of the molecules that are responsible for the accolades attributed to aloe vera.
By taking the water out responsibly we’re able to put loads more working molecules in a vegicapsule, of course it also prevents bacterial degradation so we don’t use -and you can’t react adversely to- stabilisers.
Aloeride gives you the 0.5% working (beta-linked polysaccharide) molecules because they work the magic, notably the orchestration of the other molecules. Aloe’s 99.5% water is just the medium that enables movement from A to B (true within soil, within any plant, within any mammal outside its cells). Water is not what aloe vera’s many accolades are based upon, otherwise water would have received that same praise. Deliriously simple isn’t it.
For fullness of information, certain water is magical. Inside healthy body cells (yours or those of your horse), water models itself with protein carboxylate groups into low-density clathrate structures. However, in order to achieve this, a strong potassium bias and ample adenosine triphosphate is necessary. The point is, water inside aloe vera does not contribute to your clathrate structuring, but eating loads of (raw) vegetables and certain fruits does (daily turn out on large, varying pasture for your horse), reducing the amount of sugar you ingest does, reducing the amount of sodium you ingest does… So, talk about ‘original medium’ refers to the magic properties of water that it possesses elsewhere. It’s marketing smoke and mirrors. The magic of aloe vera is not in its water.