Aloe Ferox White Papers

White PaperDescription
Miron Glass
Containers
The perfect packaging for superior products. The aim is to offer our clients products with exceptional quality. With respect to ingredients, naturalness, potency, taste, storage life and other important criteria, these should comply with the highest quality criteria.
Aloe Ferox
Vs. Aloe Vera
A comparison of the chemical composition of Aloe ferox and Aloe vera was performed based on values available in the literature (Femenia 1999, Mabusela 1990). It must be noted, however, that concentrations tend to vary seasonally and geographically (Grindlay 1986).
Aloe Ferox
for Bowel
Cleansing
All 3 species of Aloe are known for their exceptional immune support for all cells of the body, most notably the skin and the digestive tract. The key difference between these 3 species of Aloe is their content of Aloin or “bitters”, which is most concentrated in Aloe Ferox. Aloe Vera is the least bitter of the 3 plants. The bitter sap is concentrated in a layer between the inner leaf gel and the skin. Very small amounts of Aloe Ferox bitters, exhibit extraordinary bowel cleansing in most people within 24 hours.
Aloe Ferox
Research
The healing properties of aloe have been known for millennia. The use of aloe was discovered on a Mesopotamian clay tablet (ca. 2100 BC). Aloes were listed in the Ebers papyrus (ca. 1500 BC) as an established cathartic.
Aloe Ferox
Toxicology
Aloe ferox Mill. is a widely used medicinal plant in South Africa for the treatment of many ailments including constipation. The present study evaluated the toxicological effect of aqueous leaf extract of the herb at 50, 100 and 200 mg/kg body weight for 7 days on the haematological parameters as well as liver and kidney function indices.
Aloe Ferox
Constipation
Study
Constipation is the most common gastrointestinal complaint all over the world and it is a risk factor of colorectal cancer. In this study, the efficacy of aqueous leaf extract of Aloe ferox Mill was studied against loperamide-induced constipation in Wistar rats.

Aloe Ferox White Papers

White PaperDescription
Miron Glass
Containers
The perfect packaging for superior products. The aim is to offer our clients products with exceptional quality. With respect to ingredients, naturalness, potency, taste, storage life and other important criteria, these should comply with the highest quality criteria.
Aloe Ferox
Vs. Aloe Vera
A comparison of the chemical composition of Aloe ferox and Aloe vera was performed based on values available in the literature (Femenia 1999, Mabusela 1990). It must be noted, however, that concentrations tend to vary seasonally and geographically (Grindlay 1986).
Aloe Ferox
for Bowel
Cleansing
All 3 species of Aloe are known for their exceptional immune support for all cells of the body, most notably the skin and the digestive tract. The key difference between these 3 species of Aloe is their content of Aloin or “bitters”, which is most concentrated in Aloe Ferox. Aloe Vera is the least bitter of the 3 plants. The bitter sap is concentrated in a layer between the inner leaf gel and the skin. Very small amounts of Aloe Ferox bitters, exhibit extraordinary bowel cleansing in most people within 24 hours.
Aloe Ferox
Research
The healing properties of aloe have been known for millennia. The use of aloe was discovered on a Mesopotamian clay tablet (ca. 2100 BC). Aloes were listed in the Ebers papyrus (ca. 1500 BC) as an established cathartic.
Aloe Ferox
Toxicology
Aloe ferox Mill. is a widely used medicinal plant in South Africa for the treatment of many ailments including constipation. The present study evaluated the toxicological effect of aqueous leaf extract of the herb at 50, 100 and 200 mg/kg body weight for 7 days on the haematological parameters as well as liver and kidney function indices.
Aloe Ferox
Constipation
Study
Constipation is the most common gastrointestinal complaint all over the world and it is a risk factor of colorectal cancer. In this study, the efficacy of aqueous leaf extract of Aloe ferox Mill was studied against loperamide-induced constipation in Wistar rats.