FAQs
1) How much should I drink?

Adults

This depends on your reasons for drinking Aloe. As with other nutritional supplements, some people take a small amount each morning – 2fl oz (60ml) - to maintain their general well being. Other people boost their intake for specific reasons - when they might drink up to 6 fl oz (180ml) or more a day. The average is 4 fl oz (120ml) per day.

Some people, such as the elderly, need less whereas those who are larger framed need more.

Children

12 years plus: Give the adult amount: (2 oz/60 ml)

6 - 11 years: Give half the adult amount: (1 oz/30 ml)

3 - 5 years: Give a quarter of the adult amount: (1/2 oz/15 ml)

1 - 2 years: Just give a teaspoon at a time

These are only guidelines so adjust where necessary

Note: Avoid giving Aloe to children under 1 year as their guts are still not fully developed

Note the “Serving Size” 8 fl oz printed on the side of the bottle is for nutritional comparison purposes only. It does not mean that 8 fl oz is a recommended amount to drink in one serving.

 
2) Can I mix it with anything else?
Yes, if you really don’t like the taste, then try mixing it with pure fruit juice, cordial or honey.
 
3) When is the best time to drink aloe?
We would recommend you take the Aloe on an empty stomach to get the maximum benefit. So for example you could take it first thing in the morning and then again late afternoon.
 
4) When should I feel some benefits?
We anticipate that few people will feel notable benefits before 6 weeks; we urge you to take it for a trial period of at least 3 months.
 
5) Are there any side effects of drinking aloe vera?
Yes, but mostly positive ones. You might experience a change in bowel movements during the first few days or break out in spots.
This is usually your body’s way of internal cleansing. If you are worried about any symptoms you are experiencing, please do not hesitate to contact us.
 
6) How should I store the drink(s)?
As with most natural foods, once you’ve opened the bottle, it should be stored in the fridge with the lid tightly closed. Of course during storage, the natural pulp will settle, so you should always shake the bottle before use. Note that the date stamped on the bottom of the container is the bottling date. The ‘use by’ date is on a label on the lid.