Aloe Vera Green Tea
A common herbal remedy and holistic treatment, aloe vera green tea has many nutritional benefits when it comes to a healthy lifestyle. Aloe vera green tea comes from the sap of an aloe plant. This plant grows in warm environments, and can be used to treat many things from sunburn to digestive issues. Be sure to contact your physician before taking any herbal supplements, such as aloe vera green tea.
- One teaspoon of aloe jelly
- One cup of your favorite tea or green tea
- Honey/glucose/sugar to sweeten
Stir it properly. The aloe Vera tea is ready to sip.
It is possible to gain various benefits from aloe vera by combining it with your favorite tea. Aloe Vera is a well-known plant for its ability to help outer skin irritations help more quickly. However, ingesting is beneficial in different ways. Ingesting aloe vera helps relieve intestinal problems, stimulates the immune system, assists in lung-cancer prevention, reduces blood sugar levels for diabetics and reduces HIV infection.
- It can aid in the healing of gastric ulcer.
- Relieves acidity
- Treats joint pains
- Protects from early aging
- Promotes cells renewal
- Treats cough and cold
- Kills intestinal worms
- Regulates the menstrual periods
- Controls vomiting during pregnancy
- Improves circulation of blood and detoxifies the blood.
- Aloe Vera juice is antibacterial, antiviral and anti-fungal
- Mild laxative
- Aloe Vera juice contains numerous vitamins, minerals, enzymes, sugar, amino-acids etc. which promotes good health.
- Aloe Vera juice is safe to take every day 2-3 ounces twice a day.
Possible Side Effects:
Along with the benefits of aloe vera tea, there are several side effects that come with consumption of the plant. Aloe vera can cause abdominal cramping and pain due to its laxative effects on the body. Although there is not enough data to conclusively prove these effects, consuming the latex of the plant has also been linked to kidney damage and miscarriages, and is listed as a possible carcinogen by the National Institute of Health’s MedlinePlus. Most symptoms present themselves at high doses, or about one gram per day, according to the National Institute of Health’s Medline Plus.