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The difference between using aloe vera juice vs gel depends on the intention of the user, but which is more effective for you? Aloe vera has many different applications. Oral consumption has been found to help with everything from balancing stomach acid to aiding in bouts of inflammation. Topical applications are applied for a variety of skin health benefits. It’s no wonder the aloe vera industry has seen a worldwide expansion!

The medicinal uses of aloe vera can be traced back several thousand years. Found in the ancient cultures of Egypt, India, China, Greece, and Rome, aloe vera was hailed as the ‘plant of immortality’ in the Middle East during biblical times, whereas the dynastic Chinese referred to it as the ‘elixir of youth.’ Throughout the ages, aloe vera has been known by many names—the burn plant, first aid plant and even the medicine plant.

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Over the years, natural healing plants have been pushed aside for chemical-based prescribed medications but people are beginning to look toward natural remedies for a more organic, less harsh solution. One plant that has stood the test of time is aloe vera. For centuries, aloe has been used to help regain digestive health due to its natural anti-inflammatory properties. At AloeCure, we're often asked which components of the aloe plant actually help aid digestive function, so we decided to answer your question, here.

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