Nature’s Own Aloe Vera Juice review
Cold extracted inner leaf juice – sounds promising? Let’s find out
Taste & Consistency – 1.5 / 5
We don’t mean to be harsh but there is not a lot going for this juice in terms of taste or consistency. It is watered down & has quite a harsh after taste of Aloe. There transparency of the liquid also suggests that a lot has happened in the processing stages of this drink even despite what it says on the bottle: ‘you may find pieces of the active inner leaf gel in this product’ – we searched for them…but alas, we were not successful!
Health benefits – 2 / 5
As well as its use as an immune support and digestive aid , Nature’s Own suggest that this 99.95% pure; mild tasting aloe vera inner leaf liquid juice can also be used as a natural mouthwash.’ – not something we had thought of – yet another great use for Aloe Vera juice.
Ingredients – 99.95% Pure Aloe Juice from the inner leaf fillet, 0.05% citric acid (as natural preservative)
(We think that less is more and having only two ingredient is a good thing – but how did they get to that juice stage – it doesn’t seem as pure as it could be)
Value for money – 2 / 5
For comparison to the other products, a litre would cost you £13.90 from the Nature’s Own website (a 500ml bottle is £6.95). When you see & taste it, we struggled to see the value for money.
The manufacturer says…
“Nature’s Own was born in 1979; Nature’s Own are committed to offering the most effective products possible. We work with Doctors and Practitioners as well as the general public, and it is vital that everything we do is the best and most natural possible. Our most important commitment is to create and sell products that are as close to nature as possible.” (source)
We’ve tasted fresher, that’s all I’m saying!
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Overall – 2 / 5
We wanted it to feel fresher than it did… oh, & taste better too…
Posted by Ben from Aloe Juices