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Aloe Liquids, Gels, and Supplements Review
 

 Initial Posting: 2/15/15  Last Update 5/18/17
Aloe Vera supplements tested by ConsumerLab.com

Choose the Best Aloe Supplements, Gels and Drinks

Some Products Contain No Aloe! Only 50% of Aloe Pills, Gels, and Liquids Pass CL's Review

Alphabetical list of aloe brands compared in this review
Alo Exposed Original + Honey GNC Natural Brand Aloe Vera Gel Pharm-Aloe Freeze Dried Aloe Vera Leaf Juice
Aloe Farms Aloe Vera Gel Herbalife Herbal Aloe Concentrate Puritan's Pride Aloe Vera Gel
Aubrey Organics Pure Aloe Vera Herbalife Herbal Aloe Concentrate Solgar Aloe Vera
Carlson Aloe Vera Gel Lily Of The Desert Aloe Vera Juice Vitamin World Aloe Vera Gel
Fruit of the Earth Aloe Vera 100% Gel Nature's Way Aloe  
Alo Exposed Original + Honey Aloe Farms Aloe Vera Gel Aubrey Organics Pure Aloe Vera Carlson Aloe Vera Gel Fruit of the Earth Aloe Vera 100% Gel GNC Natural Brand Aloe Vera Gel Herbalife Herbal Aloe Concentrate Herbalife Herbal Aloe Concentrate Lily Of The Desert Aloe Vera Juice Nature's Way Aloe Pharm-Aloe Freeze Dried Aloe Vera Leaf Juice Puritan's Pride Aloe Vera Gel Solgar Aloe Vera
Be sure you choose the best aloe supplement, using our results and ratings!
Isn't your health worth it?

When selecting an aloe product, you need to choose carefully! Only 50% of the aloe products selected for testing and review contained what was expected. Some had little or no aloe -- including one aloe pill and one aloe gel.

Aloe has a range of potential uses when applied topically or taken orally -- although you need be cautious with products made from certain types of aloe, as they may contain aloe "latex" which may cause serious effects and reactions but isn't necessarily labeled.

Fortunately, ConsumerLab.com's tests did find several aloe products of high ingredient quality and accurate labeling. Some were also very reasonably priced.

You must be a member to get the full test results and quality ratings for aloe gels, liquids, and supplements and ConsumerLab's recommendations. In this comprehensive review, you'll discover:
    • Which aloe products failed testing, which passed and, of these, which offed the best quality and value  
    • The amount of acemannan (a key compound in aloe vera gel) in each product, as well as amounts of aloe latex (aloin and emodin) 
    • How aloe vera gel differs from aloe vera juice, what these have been shown to do, and what to look for on labels    
    • Aloe dosage for specific uses  
    • Potential side effects and drug interactions with aloe
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