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Aloe or aloe vera has many applications. Aloe vera is used both internally and externally. Aloe gel is the stick substance with a jelly like consistence found in the aloe leaf. Aloe gel is usually well tolerated both oral and topically. Aloe gel offers support for healthy skin and also supports a healthy glucose.
Aloe vera latex is dried juice of the leaf. It contains anthrones which irritate the mucous membranes and cause increased intestinal mucous secretions and peristalsis. Aloe vera latex may cause loss of potassium.
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Special Considerations High dosages of latex for several days may adversely effect the kidneys.
Cautions Aloe vera gel may effect blood glucose so blood level in diabetics should be monitored Aloe vera latex max cause loss of potassium. It may also cause cramping and abdominal pain.