Aloe Vera Juice Recipes

Aloe Vera Juice Recipes

by: Sharon Carter, staff writer

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Healthy Aloe Vera Juice

Once a harder ingredient to find in most stores, aloe vera juice and plants are now readily available in most locations year round. With a fresh, slightly bitter flavor, aloe vera juice can be purchased from the store or easily made at home for those with a mature plant (see instructions here: How To Make Aloe Vera Juice).

Aloe Vera juice recipes are often recommended to aid in hydration, especially for those who regularly exercise. It can also drastically improve digestion, providing a mild, natural laxative effect.

When purchasing aloe vera juice, opt for unsweetened varieties that only contain aloe vera pulp and water. Many aloe vera drinks actually contain little of the plant and several other ingredients to make the drink taste less bitter. The fruits and other ingredients you add to your aloe vera juice will accomplish this task while still giving you optimal nutrition.

If you are using the juice from your own plant, make sure that you do not include the yellow pith from the inside of the leaf, as this can cause cramping, diarrhea, and other undesirable side effects.

Here are some recipes to get you started. You can alter the quantities or the ingredients based on your personal preferences. The quantities for store-bought aloe vera juice and undiluted (fresh) aloe vera juice / pulp are both included.

Post-Workout Refreshing Aloe Vera Juice

  • 1 standard cucumber
  • 1 green apple
  • 2 tablespoons aloe vera pulp with 1/2 to 1 cup water or coconut water

            Or

  • 1/2 cup to 1 cup store-bought aloe vera juice
  • 1 lemon or lime
  • Handful parsley

Juice all of the produce, and stir in the aloe vera pulp and water or the aloe vera juice along with the lemon or lime at the end. Serve cold.

Aloe Vera in the Tropics

  • 2 cups chopped pineapple, including the core
  • 1 large carrot
  • 1 green apple
  • 1 lemon or lime
  • 1 tablespoons aloe vera pulp with 1/2 to 1 cup water or coconut water

            Or

  • 1/2 cup to 1 cup store-bought aloe vera juice
  • Splash of coconut milk

Juice all of the produce, and stir in the aloe vera pulp and water or the aloe vera juice along with the lemon or lime at the end. Serve cold.

Aloe Vera Juicing Tip – Try adding aloe vera to any of your favorite juice recipes. Because aloe vera is not overpowering of a taste, you can include in most recipes.







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