Aloe Vera Juice Recipe

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As you may know, Sarah and I finished an 8-Day Intensive Cleanse a couple weeks ago to help clear up our tinea versicolor (and it worked!).

So now we’re back on regular food, but we’ve carried over one of the requirements in the cleanse: drinking aloe vera juice after lunch & dinner.

The doctor suggested we go with their ‘preferred brand’, but we knew that would exceed our budget since we were both doing the cleanse.

What did we do?

We made our own of course! And it’s SUPER EASY.

*The Aloe you buy at the store is pasteurized…which means it’s no longer a living food- full of enzymes:(

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Below are the full instructions to create an amazing elixir to chase all of your meals with – for rapid & peaceful digestion :)

Aloe Vera Juice Recipe

Aloe-Vera-Leaf-UnicornStep #1 – Buy An Aloe Vera Leaf

We get ours from Whole Foods or from Jimbo’s (if you’re in San Diego). They’re located in the cold produce section and usually run about $2.

Note – watch the thorns on these guys as they are SHARP!

aloe-vera-juice-recipe-leaf-knifeStep #2 – Wash & Chop The Aloe Leaf

Give the leaf a quick rinse and chop in half. Slice the skin completely off the curved side of the leaf, exposing the gooey insides!

Then, working your knife back and forth, cut the aloe off the bottom of the leaf, moving from one end to the other.

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Step #3 – Chop Aloe Vera & Blend With Lemon Juice

Cut your aloe into smaller pieces and insert into blender along with 2 cups of water and 1 lemon, juiced. Blend on medium-low for 30-45 seconds.

aloe-vera-juice-blender-strainStep #4 – Strain Thru A Nut Milk Bag

Pour the aloe juice from the blender through a nut milk bag or cheesecloth to break up the ‘sliminess’ of the aloe juice. (trust us on this part! one extra step but so worth it!)

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Aloe Vera Juice Recipe
 
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A simple homemade aloe vera juice recipe that isn't slimy, tastes good and lasts 1 week in the fridge. All you need is a basic blender and a knife to make it.
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Recipe type: Drinks
Serves: 8
Ingredients
  • 1 large aloe vera leaf
  • 1 lemon
  • 2 cups spring water
Instructions
  1. Give the leaf a quick rinse and chop in half. Slice the skin completely off the curved side of the leaf, exposing the gooey insides! Then, working your knife back and forth, cut the aloe off the bottom of the leaf, moving from one end to the other.
  2. Cut your aloe into smaller pieces and insert into blender along with 2 cups of water and 1 lemon, juiced. Blend on medium-low for 30-45 seconds.
  3. Pour the aloe juice from the blender through a nut milk bag or cheesecloth (to break up the 'sliminess' of the aloe juice) into a bowl with a pour spout.
  4. Bottle the aloe juice in glass containers
Nutrition Information
Serving size: 2oz Calories: 2.5 Fat: 0 Saturated fat: 0 Unsaturated fat: 0 Trans fat: 0 Carbohydrates: 2 Sugar: 0g Sodium: 10mg Fiber: 1 Protein: 0 Cholesterol: 0

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