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Product Information

  • Supports a healthy digestive tract
  • Promotes normal healing
  • Supports a strong immune system
  • Promotes digestive comfort
  • Convenient powder packets – great for travel or sharing

Product Information

Ultimate Aloe Powder

Aloe vera naturally contains over 200 biologically active components. Ultimate Aloe Powder is derived from whole leaf aloe and retains the qualities of natural occurring aloe vera through a proprietary extraction process called TotalAloe™; isolating and concentrating the most active polysaccharides while removing undesirable components, such as aloin and emodin which may cause digestive upset.

Ultimate Aloe Powder contains 150% aloe concentrate. With 16 individual powder packets in each box, Ultimate Aloe Powder is easy to carry on the go and share with friends.

Ultimate Aloe Powder carries the IASC (International Aloe Science Council) seal, certifying the Aloe content and purity. The aloe vera in Ultimate Aloe is harvested and processed according to sanitary manufacturing practices that use specific time and temperature guidelines. This preserves the natural properties of the aloe vera plant so you receive the maximum benefits of the product. Ultimate Aloe’s quality is analyzed for chemical and physical characteristics and in-vitro assays for monitoring biological activity. Ultimate Aloe Powder contains three times more polymers than most commercially available aloe gels and  delivers superior support, which our customers can depend on time after time.

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product(s) is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.

Ultimate Aloe separates itself from the competition by being recognized with the IASC seal, certifying aloe content and purity. The Aloe vera in Ultimate Aloe is harvested and processed according to sanitary manufacturing practices that use specific time and temperature guidelines. Aloe vera is rich in polysaccharides, and through this patented process these polysaccharides are isolated in a highly stable and bioactive form. Ultimate Aloe supports a healthy digestive tract and a strong immune system, while also promoting the normal healing process.* Also, by eliminating undesirable components such as aloin, Ultimate Aloe is void of a "laxative effect."

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81%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Alleviates symptoms (7)
  • No side effects (7)
  • Simple to take (7)
  • Easy to take (3)
  • Effective (3)

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Long-term use (6)
    • Everyday use (3)
    • Minor discomfort (3)
    • Short-term use (3)
      • Reviewer Profile:
      • Regular user (9), Health enthusiast (3)

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    5.0

    Love this!

    By RW

    from Wilmington DE

    About Me Diagnosed With Celiac, Health Enthusiast , Work Out Regularly

    SHOP CONSULTANT

    Pros

    • Amazing Product
    • Easy To Take
    • Effective
    • Good Value
    • Nutritional
    • Tastes Good

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Add To Protein Shakes
      • Everyday Use
      • Helps Digestive Issues
      • Mixed In Warm Water
      • Women

      Comments about Ultimate Aloe™ Ultimate Aloe Powder:

      Use it when traveling
      Add to my protein shakes on the go
      Mixes easily with warm water and it tastes great especially if sick

       
      5.0

      Don't judge a book but it's cover

      By Lora

      from Rosedale, virginia

      About Me Health Enthusiast , Ordinary Parent

      Verified Buyer

      Pros

      • Easy To Take
      • Easy To Use
      • Effective
      • Good Value
      • Nutritional
      • Tastes Good

      Cons

      • None

      Best Uses

      • Awesome
      • Everyday Use
      • Stops Heartburn
      • Stops Heartburn In It's T

      Comments about Ultimate Aloe™ Ultimate Aloe Powder:

      The packets make it easy to take with you anywhere! Just add to water an drink!

       
      4.0

      I use this product every day

      By Juls

      from Arizona

      About Me B C Survivor, Health Enthusiast

      SHOP CONSULTANT

      Pros

      • Easy To Take
      • Effective
      • Nutritional
      • Tastes Good
      • Works

      Cons

        Best Uses

        • Everyday Use

        Comments about Ultimate Aloe™ Ultimate Aloe Powder:

        I began using this product on a daily basis during radiation for BC (I am not allowed to use the big C word here for some reason)(along with using Aloe Gel for my skin). I felt like I breezed right through radiation without any problems, fatigue, etc. I've also had digestive issues, acid reflux, gastritis which are now mostly non-existent. I prefer the powder over the liquid mostly for convenience but also for the taste. Daily, I use a combination of the original and the strawberry/kiwi in a large bottle of water that I drink throughout the day. I noticed comments from others about the clumping...it's true, it does but I have found that it works better with room temp water and I usually let it set for a little bit before drinking - with that, everything dissolves. I love this product and make sure I keep a good supply on hand so that I NEVER run out! The only reason I only gave 4 stars is because of the clumping issue...which again, I don't think is a problem.

        (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

         
        4.0

        Charlene S

        By CharleneS

        from USA

        Comments about Ultimate Aloe™ Ultimate Aloe Powder:

        I agree with some of the other comments, we need the other flavors back PLEASE! I loved the cranberry apple flavor even though I use Strawberry Kiwi in the liquid form. The product is great, but I will always take the aloe juice over the powder unless I am traveling.

        (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

         
        4.0

        aloe drinks

        By Lisa BB

        from USA

        Comments about Ultimate Aloe™ Ultimate Aloe Powder:

        we need the other flavors back, please!!!!

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        Ingredients

        Whole Leaf Aloe Vera Linne Gel

        Linne gel is named after the scientist Carl von Linne (Carl Linnaeus), who is given credit for categorizing plants and animals. Linnaeus deemed Aloe to be the genus and vera the species. The type of aloe in our product is Aloe barbadensis Miller. Miller is the person who described and categorized the plant we know as aloe vera. 

        Aloe Vera is rich in polysaccharides and a source of trace minerals such as iron, copper, calcium, zinc, chromium, manganese, potassium, sodium and magnesium. Minerals are important for the proper functioning of various enzyme systems in metabolic pathways and some minerals act as antioxidants.

        Aloe vera promotes healthy digestion by providing natural plant enzymes that break down food. These enzymes include amylase (starch); cellulose (cellulose); lipase (water insoluble lipids); and alkaline phosphatase (proteins).

        Poor diet and stress cause the mechanical function of the colon to be disrupted. This leads to intestinal discomfort, incomplete digestion of food, and establishes a favorable environment for foreign bacterial and fungal growth. Aloe supplementation helps support normal gastrointestinal pH. Consumption of aloe vera can promote intestinal comfort after eating.

        Science

        • Andersen D., et al. In vitro virucidal activity of selected anthraquinones and anthraquinone derivatives. Antiviral Res. 16(2):185-96, 1991.
        • Ashleye, A.D. Applying heat during processing of the commercial Aloe Vera gel. Erde International 1, 40-44, 1983.
        • Bautista-Perez R., et alI. In vitro antibradykinin activity of Aloe barbadensis gel. . J Ethnopharmacol. 93:89-92, 2004.
        • Blitz, J. J., et al. Aloe Vera gel in peptic ulcer therapy: Preliminary report. J Am Osteopathol Soc. 62:731-735, 1963.
        • Boudreau M., et al. An evaluation of the biological and toxicological properties of Aloe barbadensis (miller), Aloe Vera. J Environ Sci Health C . 24:103-54, 2006.
        • Cole, H.N. and Cole, K.K., Aloe Vera in Oriental Dermatology. Arch. Dermat. And Sympt, Vol. 47, PP. 250, 1943.
        • Davis, R. H., et al. Wound healing. Oral and topical activity of Aloe Vera. J Am Podiatr Med Assoc. 79(11):559-562, 1989.
        • Eamlamnam K., et al. Effects of Aloe Vera and sucralfate on gastric microcirculatory changes, cytokine levels and gastric ulcer healing in rats. World J Gastroenterol. 12(13):2034-9, 2006.
        • Gjerstad, G and Riner, T.D. Current Status of Aloe as a Cure-All. Am. J. of Pharm, 140 (2): 58-64, 1968.
        • Gjerstad, G. An appraisal of the Aloe Vera juice; College of Pharmacy, University of Texas, Austin. Vol. 84: pps. 43-46, 1969.
        • Korkina, L., et al. The protective and healing effects of a natural antioxidant formulation based on ubiquinol and Aloe Vera against dextran sulfate- induced ulcerative colitis in rats. Biofactors. 18(1-4):255-264, 2003.
        • Langmead L, et al. Randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled trial of oral aloe Vera gel for active ulcerative colitis. Aliment Pharmacol Ther. 19(7):739-47, 2004.
        • Langmead L, Rampton DS. Review article: complementary and alternative therapies for inflammatory bowel disease. Aliment Pharmacol Ther. 1;23(3):341-9, 2006.
        • Langmead L., et al. Anti-inflammatory effects of aloe Vera gel in human colorectal mucosa in vitro. Aliment Pharmacol Ther. 19(5):521-7, 2004.
        • Robinson M. Medical therapy of inflammatory bowel disease for the 21st century. European Journal of Surgery. Supplement: 582: 90-8, 1998.
        • Zhang X., et al. Isolation, structure elucidation, antioxidative and immunomodulatory properties of two novel dihydrocoumarins from Aloe Vera. Bioorg Med Chem Let.

        FAQ

        How do I take Ultimate Aloe Powder?
        Pour one packet of Ultimate Aloe Powder into 4 fluid ounces of water and mix well. Take once daily.

        How many calories are in one serving of Ultimate Aloe Powder?
        The calories vary by flavor. The natural flavor contains 20 calories per serving and the other flavors (strawberry kiwi, cranberry apple and pomegranate) contain 26 calories per serving.

        Does Ultimate Aloe Powder need to be refrigerated?
        No, it can be stored safely at room temperature.

        Is Ultimate Aloe approved by the FDA?
        No. Ultimate Aloe is classified as a dietary supplement, labeled in compliance with FDA regulations.

        How can Ultimate Aloe Powder contain 150% aloe concentrate?
        100% aloe is referred to by the aloe industry as 1X or 1.0. 150% aloe is 50% stronger (contains 50% more solids - 1.125-1.38%). It is, therefore, referred to as 150% or 1.5X. Ultimate Aloe is actually 150%+, since it contains a minimum of 1.50% solids.

        What is the concentration of aloe in the different flavors?
        The ingredient concentration is the same in all flavors: 150%

        Why does the taste vary?
        The taste will vary from lot to lot due to the seasonal time of harvest. The sun and the amount of water the plants receive are directly responsible for the ripeness of the plants. Just as with any vegetable, you will have a different taste depending upon the growing process.

        I noticed the IASC Seal on the Ultimate Aloe Powder box. What is it and what does it mean for me?

        The seal is a certificate from the International Aloe Science Council (IASC). It demonstrates that the quality of aloe in Ultimate Aloe has been validated and certified by an independent group of professionals. Market America has made a strong commitment to sell a standardized, well-defined, thoroughly tested product that meets the rigid standards of the Council.

        What is so important about using whole leaf aloe vera?
        Modern chemical analysis of aloe leaves shows that the active agents that are responsible for the plant’s widely celebrated health properties are concentrated in the green skin (rind) and yellow sap (latex), which is found just under the skin.*

        The juice of aloe contains at least 99.1 percent water, which means that the polysaccharides (acemannan and other polypeptides), glycoproteins, and other components constitute less than one percent of the juice. To date, over 200 active components have been identified including fatty acids and immune-supporting compounds.*

        Why is the aloin removed from the aloe?
        Fresh whole leaf aloe vera contains aloin, a very powerful laxative, which must be eliminated from the aloe if it is to be used safely as an ingredient in topical products or as a dietary supplement. Aloin is a compound, which is produced from emodin and glucose. When whole leaf aloe is pasteurized and the aloin is eliminated, the aloe is safe for both topical and internal use.

        What is the history of aloe vera use in promoting health?
        The idea that Aloe vera can promote health is as old as the Pyramids. It is believed to have originated in the warm, dry climates of northern Africa. It has been found referenced in ancient hieroglyphics, which indicate it was a product that was traded between the Egyptians and the Sumerians as many as 6,000 years ago. It was first described in the Papyrus Ebers, an Egyptian book written between 1553-50 B.C.E. The ground whole leaf of the plant has been used as a health agent or cosmetic ingredient for thousands of years in promoting normal healing and healthy digestion. The soothing powers of aloe vera were used in Persia and India for centuries. In addition, both Chinese and Japanese civilizations have taken advantage of aloe vera’s beneficial properties. Greeks and Romans also used aloe vera in supporting health as early as the first century. Ancient Greeks obtained it from the island of Socotra in the Indian Ocean. In the 10th century C.E., its soothing powers were recommended to the British King Alfred the Great by the Patriarch of Jerusalem. Muslims who have made the pilgrimage to Mecca are entitled to hang an Aloe plant over their doors as a talisman against evil.

        If you look at the history of aloe as a topical application or cosmetic ingredient, there are three types of evidence that have been used to support its value, including testimonials, scientific research and chemical analysis. Reports show that as early as the 1930s, the gel was used to soothe burns. 

        Many individuals apply the gel to minor cuts, abrasions and burns. Aloe vera products enjoy growing public interest. Strong examination of aloe vera continues. Most of the modern research has focused on aloe vera’s ability to support normal healing.

        The juice of the plant continues to gain in popularity as an effective health supplement. Hundreds of chemical reports show that aloe vera contains amino acids, enzymes and a large number ofcompounds.*   

        How does aloe work?
        Aloe vera works because the green skin of the plant produces and the sap stores at least six beneficial health agents: lupeol, salicylic acid, urea nitrogen, cinnamonic acid, phenol and sulfur. In addition, the plant also produces at least 23 proteins (polypeptides) and at least four mannan sugars, which promote the normal regulation of cell growth and support the immune system.