I’m all for trying new things, which is how I stumbled upon Land Art Aloe Vera. I didn’t know a lot about aloe vera. I only knew that it mainly exists in plants and cacti and is apparently healthy for you.
The Land Art Aloe Vera is a drinkable gel and easy to consume. I didn’t know you could actually consume aloe vera and that it was healthy to do so. Truthfully I hadn’t *really* thought about it either.
About the brand: Land Art:
Founded in 1992, Land Art is a family-owned business that produces and distributes liquid supplements. It is registered with the U.S Food and Drug Administration, licensed by Health Canada, and certified organic by Ecocert NOP. The team at Land ARt consists of professionals innovating and creating products. In Canada, they have over 70 products on the market. Every product goes through rigorous quality control testing from an independent lab.
About Aloe Vera:
As mentioned, I’ve heard of aloe vera before and that it was helpful in sunburns. I remember using it to help a couple of nasty sunburns I got as a kid.
What makes Aloe Vera great?
Is Aloe Vera good for humans?
Why consume Aloe Vera?
Aloe Vera has actually been used for thousands of years and is a popular medicinal plant.
Here are a few benefits of Aloe Vera:
- Accelerates wound healing
- Improves skin and prevents wrinkles
- Lowers blood sugar levels
- Reduces dental plaque
- Can help treat canker sores
- It contains benefits, including vitamins, minerals, amino acids, and antioxidants.
- It contains antioxidants and antibacterial properties
With any beneficial supplement, there are likely some risks. What is bad about aloe vera?
Using aloe vera topically has little to no risks. Consuming aloe vera orally may cause stomach cramps or diarrhea due to its laxative effects. There have also been a few reports of liver damage with using it long-term use.
About Land Art Aloe Vera:
The Land Art Aloe Vera is sourced from organically grown plants that do not contain sugar or glycerin. It provides more polysaccharides that offer revitalizing and antioxidant effects. Each serving contains 98.7% pure Aloe Vera. Finally, the Land Art is also prepared to preserve the natural enzymes that help soothe irritation and inflammation. Land Art is one of the purest ways to consume aloe vera.
My Experience with Land Art Aloe Vera:
I didn’t know what to expect with the Aloe Vera unflavored gel. Would it help me? Wouild it *actually* be unflavored? We’ve all had something that claims to be unflavored that most definitely is not. Land Art was easy to pour and easy to drink. As it claimed, it’s unflavored. I didn’t notice any flavor at all.
I can’t say I had any huge and noticeable effects when drinking the Aloe Vera. I definitely did not feel worse, but I didn’t feel significantly better. I also am lucky not to have a lot of stomach issues which is what it’s known to help.
I’ve also spread it on my skin, and it feels great on cuts or any small minor sunburn. I think I actually prefer using it this way. I did notice more of an effect while I applied the Land Art Aloe Vera topically.
Cost: 500 ml for $13.99
There is actually not a lot on the aloe vera market right now, but this is the cheapest. The few that exist cost around $30.
Land Art Aloe Vera Conclusion:
I am looking forward to more research to come out on aloe vera. While I personally didn’t have any noticeably positive effects when consuming the Land Art Aloe Vera, I know others have. I did notice my skin feels a lot better when using it topically. I don’t suffer from many stomach issues (which I am thankful for), so I am not surprised I don’t have any noticeably positive effects.
I have had positive effects when using the Aloe Vera on minor skin wounds, and I’ll continue to use it there.
Questions for you:
Have you tried the Land Art Aloe Vera?
Have you ever used aloe vera?