Nutrabasics - Aloe vera
Aloe Vera (Aloe barbadensis Miller) Aloe Vera is one of the most well known and used plants nowadays. Its uses and applications are uncountable. There are more than 250 known species, being Aloe barbadensis Miller the one richer in vitamins, minerals and aminoacids. The capsules of Drasanvi include in their composition 100 mg of dry extract 200:1, which means an equivalency of 20.000 mg of pulverised plant. Rigurous analytical methods have enabled standardise our capsules in malic acid. Malic acid is an organic acid that is present in many fruits and vegetables involved in key metabolic reactions.
|Ingredients||Quantity per day|
|Aloe Vera dry extract (ratio 200:1)
Aloe Vera barbadensis Miller. containing 10% malic acid
Hydroxypropyl methylcellulose, microcrystalline cellulose, magnesium stearate and silicon dioxide.
Free from colourings, preservatives and added sugars.
How to use
Take one capsule a day before going to bed.
Contains 30 capsules, 444 mg each.
Total weight: 13.32 g (0.46 oz.)
The use of dry extract
We use dry plant extract instead of powdered plant extract in our Aloe Vera capsules. This allows us to concentrate the product, giving exactly the same results just using less of it. For this product we have chosen Aloe Vera extract with a ratio of 200:1, which means that we have used 20,000 mg of the plant to obtain 100 mg of the extract. Dry extract refers to a specific extraction process, during which the active ingredients are retained, while the impurities and other substances that are not needed are removed. The use of plant extracts has a number of advantages over vegetable-based and powdered forms:
- It is possible to measure the exact amount of active ingredients (standardised extracts)
- Products based on plant extract are more concentrated than those made from powdered form (a concentrated dose is easy to take)
- The assimilation of the active ingredients alone is easier than the assimilation of all of the compounds of the plant because there are impurities and fibres present in the powder.
Another important advantage of our product is the use of standardised extract, i.e. the provision of active plant ingredients remains constant over time. In the case of Aloe Vera, this extract is malic acid and it provides you with 0.12 mg per daily dose.
Concentrated dose, easy to take
The use of concentrated dry extract and active ingredients allows us to provide the same dose in just one capsule.
The capsules we use are vegetable-based, made from hydroxypropyl methylcellulose, and have been certified by the Vegetarian Society. Hydroxypropyl methylcellulose is obtained from the cellulose found in various plant structures.
Free from allergens
We have ensured that our Aloe Vera capsules have not come into contact with the most common allergens, in particular with gluten.
Our Aloe Vera capsules come in blister packs: they protect the contents from any knocks as well as from environmental factors, ensuring that the product remains intact for as long as possible. This type of packaging is the best for protection against humidity and microbial contamination.