The amount of aloe vera juice you should have daily is like having a small cup, about 30 mL (which is like 1 ounce), three times each day. So, in total, it’s like having 8 ounces of juice. You can sip it when your tummy is empty or when you’re having your meals. If you don’t like the taste of plain aloe vera juice, you can mix it with some yummy fruit juice or add some water to make it milder.
Start Small and Go Slow with Aloe Vera Juice
It’s smart to begin with just a little bit of aloe vera juice and then slowly have more if your body is okay with it. Some people might feel a bit sick, like having a runny tummy, feeling queasy, or even throwing up if they have too much aloe vera juice too fast.
When to Be Extra Careful with Aloe Vera Juice
Usually, it’s safe to sip on aloe vera juice every day. But if you’re going to have a baby, if you’re breastfeeding, or if you have some health stuff going on, it’s a good idea to chat with your doctor before you start.
Awesome Things Aloe Vera Juice Does for Your Body
Drinking aloe vera juice can do some cool things for your body:
- Makes your tummy feel better and helps with digestion.
- Makes it easier to go to the bathroom when you’re feeling stuck.
- Helps soothe your throat if it’s sore.
- Takes away redness and swelling.
- Helps your body heal faster when you get a scrape or a cut.
- Gives your body’s superhero squad, the immune system, a boost.
- Makes your skin look nice and healthy.