Aloe Gels - Lily of the Desert

Aloe Gels

(23 customer reviews)

Drink to your health! Our aloe vera gels contain the same 200 biologically-active components as our juices, but have a thicker consistency than the juice. Some consumers find this thicker consistency to have a “soothing” effect. The juices and gels have the same beneficial polysaccharides, essential amino acids, vitamins, minerals and enzymes. Just pick a consistency that you like best!

Made in the U.S.A.International Aloe Science Council (IASC) CertifiedCertified Kosher by Pareve

Health Benefits

  • Support healthy digestion
  • Support a healthy immune system
  • Reduce harmful toxins
  • Increase absorption of nutrients
  • Enhance antioxidant support
  • Balance stomach acidity naturally
  • Soothe occasional muscle and joint discomfort

 

Suggested Use: Upon opening, refrigerate immediately. Take 2 ounces (4 Tbsp) per serving, alone or mixed with a favorite juice. Up to 8 ounces daily. For those with more severe digestive issues, we would recommend you take the aloe 15-30 minutes before each meal. Recommended to consume within 5-6 months after opening.

  • Made with 99.5% certified-organically grown aloe vera
  • Aloe content purity certified by IASC
  • Certified Kosher
  • No water added
  • Bottled in BPA-free Plastic Containers

 

Inner Fillet comes in 16 oz., 32 oz. and 128 oz.

Inner Filet Aloe Vera Gels Supplement Facts

Whole Leaf comes in 32 oz. and 128 oz.

Whole Leaf Aloe Vera Juice Supplement Facts

1. Should I use Whole Leaf or Inner Fillet?
While both products will work well for supporting your digestion, immune system, antioxidants and reducing nitrates; the Whole Leaf products, when tested, showed a slight superiority maximizing benefits in clinical studies performed. The Inner Fillet products have a milder taste.

2. What is the consistency of the gel?
With our thickening agent Carrageenan, which is derived from moss, the consistency of the gel should still pour easily from the bottle and be slightly thicker than a juice consistency.

23 reviews for Aloe Gels

  1. PMK

    I have been taking LOTD Gel for about a week now and I have to say it has helped me tremendously! No more crazy gas pains, no more bloating after I drink water, and am very “regular”… I take it 30 minutes before lunch and 30 minutes before dinner I can tell my food is digesting the way it is supposed to. Thank you Lily!

    • Kim McClure

      This is great to hear and we are so glad that our products are helping you!

  2. Annette

    Is this formulation also safe for using on my skin. have been taking internally for a few day and feel good but
    wondered if I could use this gel/juice on my face

    • Kim McClure

      Hi Annette- The pH has been lowered in the aloe juices/gels to work more in tune with your stomach’s pH. You can try a small portion of your skin to check for any redness or burning sensation.

  3. Miss Mandy’s Naturals

    I absolutely ADORE your Aloe Gel.
    I make and sell ( on a small scale) home made face washes and body lotions as a result of my sensitivity to chemicals in most products.

    and your Aloe Gel is the ONLY one i will use as a base in my Aloe vera lotions.

    it gets the job done and i trust it so so so much.
    it works perfectly 🙂

    so thank you.

    • Kim McClure

      Awesome! Thanks so much for using our products!

  4. Faye

    Amazing – I’ve had stomach issues for as long as I can remember and only just started taking your Aloe Gel. I’ve been taking about 4oz a day over the last week and my insides feel like new. My mind has thoroughly been blown.

    Thanks so much!

  5. Patricia A Evans

    Patricia
    Hello i just started taking the gel for digestive problems and muscles and joint pain. And i will like to know will the aloe vera gel allow me to loss weight. I will like to know if is a good source of helping with weight loss and swollen. My body swollen alot due to edem especially in my feet.

    • Kim McClure

      There is not any true science available that shows a correlation between aloe vera and weight loss.

  6. Kamile thomas

    Hi’ I just want to say. I have being taking LOTD , for over a week now and I can honestly say that I don’t feel bloated as before. I take in the Morning before work

    • Kim McClure

      That is excellent to hear! Thanks for sharing.

  7. Amanda

    I have been dealing with constipation for as long as I can remember. I did some research and stumbled upon this product and read all the amazing reviews, so naturally I had to try it myself. I have been using this product for about 3 weeks now and if you suffer from constipation I highly recommend this. I have tried so many things and this really works!!! I will never go with out it.

    • Kim McClure

      That’s great to hear, Amanda!

  8. Karla

    I love your product! I bought the Aloe Vera Gel primarily to use it topically to make homemade skin care, so I was wondering, after reading your responses to the Ph content, was specifically is the pH of the GEL(Inner leaf) not the gelly?, i’m not interested on the gelly product. I will appreciate your response.

    • Kim McClure

      The pH should range from 3.8 to 4.2 in the Aloe Vera Gel.

  9. ainid costa

    I used to have it when I was in Norman, OK but I live in Cape Town (South Africa)now, is there any way that I can access the product?

  10. Becky Wimberly

    I think this gel is THE BEST for belly issues! We are traveling next week and I wondered, since it is supposed to be refrigerated, will it be ok to NOT be cold for about 8 hrs? I really want to take with me. Thanks,
    Becky

    • Kim McClure

      Glad to hear you enjoy our product. If it has been opened it is important to maintain refrigeration. When do you leave for your vacation? You may want to try to find some Aloe Mix n’ Go to take with you. http://www.lilyofthedesert.com/product/aloe-mix-n-go-5-count/ We made Aloe Mix n’ Go for this exact purpose.

  11. Sophie

    Can this be used on skin?

    • Kim McClure

      That is a great question Sophie. For some people, yes they can. The pH in this product is much lower (about a 4) than other topical products. Try a small portion on your skin and if you see any redness or irritation you know that it will not work on your skin. You can always use our topical 99% Aloe Gelly for skin use.

  12. Susan

    I just bought this because the aloe I was using has honey in it and I can’t have any sweetener. The consistency of the gel is off-putting. Any ideas how to get it down? I am on a strict food plan and can’t have juice. Thin it out with water? Would warm water destroy some of its effectiveness? Anyone else find the texture objectionable and have suggestions for me? Thanks!

    • Kim McClure

      Hi Susan- You can mix it with water in a blender to get the consistency to thin out some. It will not affect the potency.

  13. Lisa

    Thank you so much for the super product! It really works. I didn’t realize how bad my tummy and esophagus were until I started feeling better. I love it and now I’m hooked.

    • Kim McClure

      That is awesome to hear!

  14. Brenda Russell

    I was informed by sales person at a Vitamin Discount Center that I could use this as a hair product. I did but concerned to continue after I read the above reviews in relation to skin issues????

    • Kim McClure

      The pH of this product has been lowered to about 3.8 to 4.2. You just need to test a portion of your scalp for any redness. If you experience any irritation that means that your skin is too sensitive to the pH. Or you can always use our 99% Aloe vera gelly which is for topical use. It makes a great hair gel.

  15. Patrick

    I’ve been using the inner filet gel for many years now as a soothing and non-stinging aftershave as well as a hair “gel.” It has a very light hold in the latter application – just the right amount without looking shiny or being sticky! The lower PH doesn’t seem to be a problem, for me at least.

  16. Suzie

    Do i have to mix the gel with water? Or just out of the bottle?
    Thank you

    • Kim McClure

      You can do take it straight or mix it with water/juice, etc. It does not affect the potency.

  17. gudyyobiorah

    hi, i have heard a lot about your product and i want to start using it, the issue is that am in the UK not US, i do not know an authentic shop to get it on line, there are different sellers on amazon but i don’t know which one is real, please could you drop me a link to an store i can buy it from in the Uk

  18. SYLVIA

    I’m a bit confused.I’ve used this product under the name of “Lily of the Valley”-Aloe Vera Gel.Great for hair,made it grow on baldness.Left it shiny and healthy.It’s the same bottle.
    Can I use this formula for my hair(is it the same formula?) I’ve been searching but,can’t find it.
    I would appreciate any information.
    Thank you, Sylvia

    • Kim McClure

      Hmmm, well we have been Lily of the Desert for 45 years. Not sure where the other bottle came from. In regards to our own gel product, some people are able to use it on their skin/scalp without any issues. But it is mainly used for internal purposes. I would suggest buying a small bottle and try it on a small portion of your scalp first to make sure you do not notice any redness or itching.

  19. Dominique

    I have read by a doctor this following for the whole leaf product:
    The outer skin of the leaf is highly toxic – it is the plant’s natural defence against being eaten in the wild.
    If the product has been filtered to remove the parts of the outer skin that are toxic, nutritious parts of the
    gel will also be lost.

    Should I worry?

    • Kim McClure

      The toxic portion you are talking about is aloin and our products contain less than 1 part per million aloin content. We also have a safety study on our products confirming they are safe for daily use. We also have scientific studies that show our whole leaf products outperform the inner fillet products, even when filtered. So no, you should not worry when it comes to Lily of the Desert products.

  20. anthony

    I tried the ‘Aloe Vera Juices’ in the stores but they basically amount to sugar drinks. So I picked up a large Lilly of the Desert, Whole leaf Aloe Gel from our local health food store. It’s amazing! No more heartburn, skin feels great, digestion is function better than it has in years and I feel healthier overall. For those complaining about the taste here is my simple mix I do all the time:
    Use a tall water glass, around 12 or 16oz
    2 tbsp lemon juice (not from concentrate, buy a whole lemon, squeeze the juice),
    1 tbsp 100% REAL maple syrup (seems weird ik but it compliments nicely, you can use stevia or agave too),
    2tbsp Whole Leaf Gel
    Sprinkle in some chia or flax seeds, no more than a tsp (this adds some protein for us vegetarians)
    Add water to top, stir and drink.
    Sweeten to taste. For a real pick-me-up add a dash of cayenne.

    I know that seems like a weird mixture but the lemon and aloe compliment sooo nicely.

    Thank you for a great product!

  21. Alice

    I just purchased your gel (inner fillet) I have been having diarrhea. Is it ok to take for diarrhea?

    • Kim McClure

      Possibly, try a very small portion, like 1 oz or 2 tablespoons before a meal. If you symptoms continue, discontinue use.

  22. IDA Gochenur

    I am using the gel and mix 1 oz. w/small amt. of vanilla yogurt.
    Does this alter the effectiveness of the gel?

    • Kim McClure

      Hi Ida: No, not at all.

  23. Ayana Rich

    I usually take smoothies in the morning. Would this still benefit me if added to my smoothie?

    • Kim McClure

      Hi Ayana- Yes, it would. Our aloe products help boost nutrient absorption as well so combining it with other foods and supplements is a great idea.

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