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Whole Leaf Aloe Vera Concentrates


I. Amino Acids (20 of 22, nine of 10 essential*)
  1. Alanine
    • Aids in the metabolism of glucose

  2. Arginine*
    • Causes retardation of tumors and cancer
    • Helps with liver detoxification
    • Assists in growth hormones release and maintaining a healthy immune system
    • Detoxifies ammonia
    • Increases sperm count in males
    • Aids in kidney disorders and trauma
    • Needed for protein synthesis and for optimum health
    • Increase muscle and decreases fat
    • Helps increase production of collagen

  3. Asparagine
    • Helps maintains balance in the central nervous system, preventing being too calm or too nervous

  4. Aspartic Acid
    • Increases stamina by increasing cellular energy
    • Protects the liver by helping in the removal of excess ammonia from the body
    • Combines with other amino acids to form molecules that absorb toxins and help remove them from the bloodstream
    • Aids cell function and RNA/DNA formation

  5. Cysteine
    • High sulfur content
    • Helps with detoxification
    • Precursor to L-glutathione, one of the best free radical destroyers (works best with selenium and vitamin E
    • Has a chelating effect, removing excessive copper from the body
    • Also helps to build up muscle and burn fat
    • Helps in the treatment of bronchitis, emphysema and tuberculosis because of it's ability to break down mucous in the respiratory tract

  6. Glutamic Acid
    • Increases the firing of neurons in the nervous system
    • Metabolizes sugars and fats
    • Detoxifies ammonia when used with L-glutamine
    • Helps correct personality disorders
    • Like glucose, used for "brain fuel"

  7. Glutamine
    • Converts to glutamic acid in the brain
    • Important help in alcoholism, craving for sugar, mental ability, impotence, fatigue, epilepsy, senility, schizophrenia, mental retardation, peptic ulcers and a healthy digestive tract.

  8. Glycine
    • Slows down muscle retardation by supplying additional creatine
    • Necessary for central nervous system function
    • Helps prostate health
    • Its inhibitory action helps prevent epilepsy
    • Has been used to treat bipolar syndrome
    • Is needed by the immune system for the synthesis of the nonessential amino acids
    • The correct amount increases energy

  9. Histidine*
    • Significant in growth and repair of the tissues, ulcers, hyperacidity, digestion and gastric juices
    • Needed for the treatment of allergies, rheumatoid arthritis, anemia and in the production of red and white blood cells
    • Can chelate trace elements like copper from the body

  10. Hydroproline

  11. Isoleucine*
    • Needed for hemoglobin formation
    • Stabilizes and regulates blood sugar and energy levels
    • Metabolized in muscle tissue

  12. Leucine*
    • Lowers elevated blood sugar levels
    • Must be taken in balance with isoleucine and valine

  13. Lysine*
    • Essential building block for all protein
    • Needed for proper growth and bone development in children
    • Helps calcium absorption and maintains nitrogen balance in adults
    • Fights cold sores and herpes viruses
    • Aids in the production of hormones, antibodies and enzymes
    • Helps in collagen formation and the repair of tissue
    • Because of its ability to build muscle protein, it is especially important for those recovering from surgery and sports injury
    • Lowers serum triglycerides

  14. Methionine*
    • Good source of sulfur
    • Important for the treatment of rheumatic fever and toxemia resulting from pregnancy
    • Assists in the breakdown of fats, preventing the buildup of fat in the liver and arteries, which obstructs blood flow to the brain, heart and kidneys
    • Helps the digestive system; interacts with other substances to detoxify

  15. Phenylalanine*
    • Effective in the control of pain, especially the pain of arthritis
    • Functions as a building block of all amino acids
    • Increases mental alertness
    • Suppresses appetite
    • Aids in Parkinson's disease

  16. Proline
    • Improves skin texture by aiding in the production of collagen
    • Heals cartilage
    • Strengthens joints, tendons and the heart muscle

  17. Serine
    • Needed for the proper metabolism of fats and fatty acids, muscle growth and a healthy immune system
    • Aids in the production of immunoglobulins and antibodies

  18. Threonine*
    • Helps maintain protein balance in the body
    • Important for collagen and elastin synthesis
    • Present in the heart, nervous system and skeletal muscle
    • Helps to control epileptic seizures

  19. Tyrosine
    • Important for the treatment of anxiety, depression, allergies and headaches
    • Aids in the production of melanin
    • Assists function of the adrenal, thyroid and pituitary glands
    • Acts as a mood elevator, suppresses appetite and reduces body fat
    • Precursor for norepinephrine; used to synthesize epinephrine and dopamine
    • Has been used for withdrawal from drug addiction

  20. Valine*
    • Has a stimulant effect
    • Combines with valine, leucine and isoleucine for muscle metabolism, tissue repair and nitrogen balance

II. Anthraquinones and Anthrones (exists in natural Aloe; removed from processed Aloe)
  1. Aloe-Emodin
  2. Aloin
    • The name given to the mixture of substances found in the exudate of Aloe which includes phenolic and quinonoid compounds (Plaskett)
    • Has fairly powerful purgative effect, not only affecting the intestines but also encouraging menstrual flow (Plaskett)
    • May have some of the bactericidal, virucidal, fungicidal and anti-parasitic effects found in Aloe (Plaskett)
  3. Aloenin
    • Not an anthraquinone or anthrone; actually a "quinonoid phenyl pyrone" (Plaskett)
    • Inhibits gastric secretion and therefore may have some activity against ulcers or other gastric disorders that are made worse by excess acidity (Plaskett)
III. Enzymes
  1. Alkaline Phosphate
  2. Amylase
    • Splits and converts starches into fuel for the body
  3. Bradykininase
    • Bradykinin is a polypeptide substance that increases vascular permeability which in turn exacerbates inflammation; bradykininase, an enzyme that breaks down bradykinin, reduces inflammation
  4. Carboxypeptidase
    • Hydrolizes one of the inflammatory mediators responsible for burn wound edema or fluid leakage to the tissue
    • Analgesic
  5. Catalase
  6. Cellulase
  7. Gamma Transaminase
  8. Lactic Dehydrogenase
  9. Lipase
    • splits fat which is then used to nourish the skin cells, protect the body against bruises and blows and to ward off infectious virus cells and allergic conditions
  10. Oxidase
  11. Peroxidase
  12. Sgotransaminase
  13. Sgptransaminase
IV. Essential Fatty Acids
  1. Caprylic Acid
  2. Linoleic
  3. Linolenic
  4. Myristic
  5. Oleic
  6. Palmitic
  7. Stearic
V. Minerals (Major and Trace*)
  1. Aluminum
  2. Calcium Oxalate
    • Maintains strong teeth and bones
    • Keeps heart beating regularly
    • Helps alleviate insomnia
    • Helps metabolize iron
    • Aids nervous system, especially in nerve transmission
  3. Chloride
    • Aids in digestion
    • Helps keep you limber
  4. Chromium  
    Aids in growth  
    Helps to regulate blood pressure
    Works as a deterrent for diabetes

  5. Copper
    Helps increase energy by assisting in effective iron absorption

  6. Iron  
    Aids in growth
    . Promotes resistance to disease 
    Prevents fatigue
    Cure and prevent iron-deficiency anemia
    Helps improve skin tone

  7. Magnesium
    Aids in fighting depression
    Has analgesic properties
    Promotes a healthy cardiovascular system and helps to prevent heart attacks
    Keeps teeth healthy
    Prevents calcium deposits, kidney and gallstones
    Relieves indigestion
    Works with calcium as a natural tranquilizer

  8. Manganese
    Helps to eliminate fatigue
    Aids in muscle reflexes
    Helps prevent osteoporosis
    Improves memory
    Reduces nervous irritability

  9. Potassium
    Aids in clear thinking by sending oxygen to the brain
    Helps body dispose of waste
    Aids in reducing blood pressure
    Aids in allergy treatment

  10. Sodium
    Aids in the prevention of heat prostration or sunstroke
    Helps nerves and muscles function properly

  11. Sulfur
    Tones skin and makes hair more lusterous
    Helps fight bacterial infections; antiseptic

  12. Zinc
    Accelerates the healing of external and intcrnal wounds
    Reduces white spots on fingernails
    Helps eliminate the loss of taste
    Aids in the treatment of infertility
    Helps avoid prostrate problems
    Promotes growth and mental alertness
    Helps decrease cholesterol deposits
    Aids in the treatment of mental disorders
VI. Organic Acids
  1. Aloetic Acid (Aloetinic)
  2. Cinnamonic Acid
    • Has antiseptic properties
    • Anti-parasitic
  3. Citric Acid
  4. Cysophanic Acid
  5. Malic Acid
  6. Salicylic Acid
    • Has analgesic properties; closely related to aspirin
    • Reduces inflammation by inhibiting the production of prostaglandins
VII. Plant Growth Hormones
  1. Gibberellin
    • A plant derived growth factor
    • Increases amylase activity
    • Promotes the conversion of tryptophan to indole acetic acid in way that creates a synergistic response
    • Increases phospholipid synthesis
    • Wound healing ability may be related to its ability to stimulate protein synthesis as well as DNNRNA cellular systems
    • Anti-inflammatory and wound healing therapeutic potential has yet to be demonstrated in laboratory animals
  2. Indole-3-acetic acid
VIII. Proteins IX. Saccharides (Monosaccharides, Oligosaccharides, Polysaccharides)
  1. Acetylated Mannan
    • The most active form of mannans
    • Most of its benefits involve the gastrointestinal and immune systems
    • Potent anti-inflammatory
    • Has direct virucidal, bactericidal and fungicidal properties
    • Stimulates intestinal motility
    • Activates the cells of the immune system (macrophages, monocytes, antibodies and T Cells)
    • Facilitates phagocytosis
    • Increases cell wall permeability
  2. Arabinose
  3. Galactose, Galactomannans
    1. A class of plant derived long-chain sugars
    2. Posses a wide variety of immune stimulating and protective effects within the body
    3. A monosaccharide produced during the digestion of milk
  4. Glucose
    • The carbohydrate used by the cells for energy
  5. Mannose
  6. Mannose-6-phosphate
  7. Rhamnose
  8. Xylose
X. Salts of Organic Acids
  1. Calcium isocitrate
    • May have stimulant effect on heart muscle
  2. Magnesium lactate
    • Inhibits gastric secretion
XI. Steroids (Plant Sterols)
  1. B-Sitosterol
    • Anti-inflammatory


B-1 ,4 Mannans


Lysine 5-6
Histadine 2.8 - 3.3
Arginine 4.5 - 5.5
Aspartic Acid 13-15
Threonine 5-6
Serine 6-7
Glutamic Acid 13.5 -15.5
Proline 8-9
Glycine 7-8
Alanine 1.0 - 1.3
Valine 6.5 - 7.0
Methionine 1.5 - 2.0
Isoleucine 3.5 - 4.0
Leucine 8.5 - 9.0
Tyrosine 2.8 - 3.3
Phenylalanine 4.3 - 4.7


B-1 1.8 - 2.1 mg
B-2 1.8 - 2.1 mg
C 14-18 mg
Niacinamide 9 -11 mg
B-6 0.9 -1.1 mg
Choline 2.8 - 3.3 mg


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  2. Plaskett, Lawrence G., The Health and Medical Uses of Aloe Vera
  3. Danhof, Ivan E., Remarkable Aloe: Aloe Through the Ages
  4. Hennessee, Odus M. and Cook, Bill R., Aloe Myth, Magic, Medicine: Aloe Vera Across Time
  5. Mindell, Earl, Vitamin Bible
  6. Balch, James and Balch, Phyllis A., Prescription for Nutritional Healing
  7. Aloe Today, Spring/Summer 1992


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