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Wonders of Aloe Vera

From the Show: Naturally Savvy
Summary: Aloe vera is known for its application for sunburns, but it can also provide benefits when ingested.
Air Date: 5/22/18
Duration: 17:31
Host: Andrea Donsky, RHN & Lisa Davis, MPH
Guest Bio: Kim McClure, Lily of the Desert
Lily-of-the-DesertKim McClure is the Director of Marketing-Natural Brands for Lily of the Desert. She has been with the company for six years and loves to hear how the products have helped others.

Kim is a wife, mother of two boys (5 years and 5 months), animal lover, and puzzle enthusiast.

Founded in 1971, Lily of the Desert Organic Aloeceuticals is a family-owned vertically integrated grower, processor, and manufacturer of leading aloe vera based products.

As the largest U.S. grower and processor of aloe vera products in the natural products industry, Lily of the Desert branded products are successfully marketed into over 40 countries around the globe.

Lily of the Desert products have been distributed throughout natural products and health food stores since the business began. The company has been known throughout the years to set a high standard in the industry for quality aloe vera products.
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Wonders of Aloe Vera
Aloe vera is a fantastic and natural means of healing the body.

Kim McClure, Director of Marketing for Natural Brands at Lily of the Desert, explains that aloe vera contains over 200 active components. These include vitamins, minerals, digestive enzymes and amino acids.

People often take aloe vera for digestive issues. It helps balance the pH in the gut. Polysaccharides present in aloe vera act as nutrient carriers, carrying those nutrients to cells in need.

Kim recommends taking aloe vera gel, juice or liquid for internal issues. It’s also a common salve after sun exposure.

Listen as Kim joins Andrea Donsky to describe the wonders of aloe vera.
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