Aloe Vera Drink

By: Rachel Enright
Aloe Vera Drink
Aloe lowers blood sugar levels and helps repair gut health and constipation. Packed with antioxidants and antivirals, aloe helps fight parasites, assists with reflux and improves immunity.


  1. Pre-soak the aloe gel in water for ½ hour. Rinse to remove the yellow aloin.
  2. Blend all ingredients on high speed.
  3. Enjoy your drink!
  • You can make a bigger batch and keep in the fridge for up to 3 days.
  • More about the Author

    Rachel Enright

    Rachel has 28 years experience as a holistic lifestyle coach. She completed her B.H.Sc. in Nutritional Medicine and has been a whole foods vegetarian chef for close to 30 years, working in the USA, Central America, Mexico, and Thailand. Rachel loves healing through a whole foods diet, has specialised in working with kids with spectrum disorders, and women's health.

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