Digestive enzymes and probiotics are essentially partners in digestion, yet we often lack both in our diet. Fermented Aloe Vera Tea provides the mechanism to ensure the highest bio-availability in your body. All these play a critical role in digestion and nutrient absorption, along with faster cognitive and immune response and cellular detoxification.
Fermented Aloe Vera Tea is amazingly full of healthy, naturally occurring nutrients. We have compiled are over 150 nutritional constituents. While there is no single ‘super’ ingredient, the power of fermented aloe vera lies in its unique combination of nutrients that work in harmony and complement one another.
Benefits of Fermented Aloe Vera Tea:
- Promotes stomach and liver health
- Safely and gently cleanses digestive lining
- Soothes digestive tract
- Helps sustain healthy immune function
- Offers a daily infusion of key nutrients
- Maintains regular bowel function to reduce possibility of constipation
We have included essential nutrients and vitamins in our Fermented Aloe Vera Tea with Vitamin B Complex:
- Vitamins. Fermented Aloe Vera Tea supplies naturally occurring amounts of Vitamin A, B, C, D, and E.
- Minerals. Minerals and trace elements are needed only in small quantities, yet they are essential for proper functioning of various metabolic processes. Fermented Aloe Vera Tea offers numerous minerals, including: calcium, copper, magnesium, potassium, chromium and many others.
- Enzymes. Enzymes are crucial for digestion as they turn food into usable energy for your body. Specifically, enzymes break down proteins into amino acids that fuel your cells. Our fermented aloe vera tea contains 8 enzymes: aliiase, alkaline phosphatase, amylase, bradykinase, carboxypeptidase, catalase, cellulase, lipase, and peroxidase.
- Amino acids. Amino acids form the building blocks of protein and affect our brain. There are 22 amino acids our bodies require. 20 of them are found in the aloe vera plant. Some of the more well-known amino acids include leucine, lysine, tryptophan, threonine, and isoleucine.
- Sugars. The skin of the fermented aloe vera plant contains mono and polysaccharides, and long chain sugars involved in maintaining a strong immune system. Some of the polysaccharides even adhere to the intestinal lining where they form a protective layer inhibiting the absorption of unwanted elements into your system.
- Probotics. 13 Strains include – Saccharomyces boulardii, Lactobacillus plantarum, Lactobacillus acidophilus, Bifidobacterium lactis, Lactobacillus brevis, Lactobacillus casei, Lactobacillus rhamnosus, Lactobacillus salivarius, Lactobacillus paracasei, Lactobacillus bulgaricus, Bifidobacterium bifidum, Bifidobacterium brevis.
- Plant based digestive enzymes. Plant-based enzymes are extracted from certain types of bacteria and fungi that are found in fruits and vegetables. The following plant digestive enzymes are included: Protease 1 and 2, Aspergillopepsin, Amylase, Lipase, Cellulase, Glucamylase, Invertase, Alpha Galactosidase, Beta Glucase, Pertinase, Phytase, Hemicellulase, Lactase, Bromelain, Papin, Peptidase
B Complex Vitamins. All 8 B vitamins have been included to meet the minimum daily requirement (for females):
- Vitamin B-1 – thiamin: Vitamin B-1 is vital to the healthy growth and function of organs, including the brain and heart.
- Vitamin B-2 – riboflavin: The body needs vitamin B-2 to break down fats and drugs.
- Vitamin B-3 – niacin: The body needs niacin to maintain healthy skin, nerves, and digestion.
- Vitamin B-5 – pantothenic acid: Vitamin B-5 is essential for the health of the brain and nervous system.
- Vitamin B-6 – pyridoxine: Vitamin B-6 helps the body make new red blood cells, which carry oxygen throughout the body. It also helps keep the immune system strong.
- Vitamin B-7 – biotin: Biotin is essential for healthy hair, nails, and nerve function.
- Vitamin B-9 – folic acid: The body uses folic acid — or folate – its natural form — to make DNA and genetic material. During pregnancy, folic acid may reduce the risk of certain birth defects.
- Vitamin B-12 – cobalamin: The body’s nerve and blood cells require vitamin B-12. Adequate levels of B-12 also prevent pernicious anemia.
Fermented aloe promotes regular bowel function to reduce the possibility of constipation. Some people will normally do fine taking 3 ounces a day (one or 3 times per day). Others who experience constipation can take more (generally 4 ounces).
Digestive enzymes and probiotics are essentially partners in digestion, yet we often lack both in our diet. Your health will benefit by taking the two together.