ALOE FEROX COMPLETE
Aloe Ferox Complete is a blend of Aloe Ferox Gel and Bitters extract powder and all its phyto-nutrients that have been scientifically proven to support the body in combating common ailments and stubborn diseases. Aloe Ferox Complete contains antioxidants, phyto-nutrients and anti-aging elements that make it very ideal for both the young and the old. Aloe Ferox Complete has no side effects as the blend is 100% Aloe Ferox; Aloin in Aloe Ferox has laxative effect.
Aloe Ferox Complete is 100% extract powder from the sap and gel found in the Aloe Ferox plant which is grown in the Western Cape of South Africa. The calcium, magnesium, potassium, zinc and phyto-nutrients in Aloe Ferox is much higher than in Aloe Vera. The use of Aloe Ferox Complete improves your overall health and immune system and supports your body in combating Arthritis, Gout, Fibrosis, Diabetes, Migraines, Insomnia, Gall and Kidney stones, Throat infections, Heart burn Colic, Stomach ulcers, Bladder infections, Haemorrhoids, Shingles, Constipation, Osteoporosis, Tonsillitis, Eczema, Hypertension, Conjunctivitis and many other minor ailments.
Scientifically proven benefits of using Aloe Ferox to support your body in combating common ailments include:
Inhibiting growth of certain tumours
Anti-inflammatory and antioxidant activity
Expelling of parasitic worms
Anti-virus and anti-bacteria activity
Can be used as a safe laxative
Assists in weight loss
Aloe Ferox extracts have been known for use in the skin and has the following benefits
Repair and soothe tissue
Contains anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties
Anti-aging and as a skin soothing agent.
Aloe Ferox naturally contains phyto-nutrients, calcium, magnesium, potassium, zinc, antioxidants; a potent combination that together support the body in combating diseases, viruses, and bacteria; support the body in boosting immunity; and in Detoxing the bowel.
Phyto-nutrients in Aloe Ferox include: Aloeresin A., Aloesin, Aloin, Alkanes. Pyrimidines, Indoles, Alkaloids, Sterols, Aldehydes, Organic Acids, Fatty Acids, Ketones, Dicarboxylic Acids, Acemannan, polysaccharides, Phenolic Acids/Polyphenols. A potent combination of nutrients which together provide:
- Highly potent immune support,
- Total body health support (head-to-toe), and
- Bowel Detox support.
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