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Instructions for Use

1. Cut off the leaf at the base with a sharp knife. A yellow liquid called aloin flows out of cc.
Let it drain. (It'
s bitter and might be laxative)

2. Cut off the spikes all around. Press the leaf lightly onto a board with your hand and use a sharp knife to remove the top layer of skin lengthways. The gel appears. Turn the sheet over and do the same with the other layer of skin. Wash the gel with plenty of water to remove the bitter aloin. The gel is now usable.

3. Mix a small piece of gel (20-30 g) with lemon, apple or orange juice. You can also add honey/agave syrup to sweeten it. Consume 2 tablespoons each morning on an empty stomach. You will observe its effect on your body! Small pieces of the gel can also be mixed with yogurt or salad.

Tip: If you don't like the smell or taste of aloe, you can add a drop of your favorite essence or lemon and honey.


Attention, do not consume more than 50 g of aloe vera gel per day.

There are various uses of aloe vera gel. If aloe is ingested, special precautions must be observed. It is recommended not to take more than 50 gr. per day. Aloe can have a laxative effect when consumed in excess.

If you have any questions or side effects, please consult a doctor or pharmacist.

Rarely, allergies can occur as a further side effect. It is accordingly recommended to test the gel on the forearm. If there is no reaction after 20-30 minutes, you can use the product. If redness occurs, wash the affected area with water and a mild soap.


The optimal temperature of storage is between 5°C and 15°C degrees. We recommend a dry, well-ventilated place, protected from sunlight. For example, in the cellar, on the balcony or in the winter garden. The leaves should also be protected from rain and snow.

Shelf life is about 3 to 4 weeks. The leaf consumes its own gel to survive. If you cut off a piece, it will scar itself.
The gel lifted out can be stored in the refrigerator for a few days or frozen (better than preservative).

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