1. How much and how often should I take AloeCure?
We recommend taking a minimum of 2 ounces of this product, once in the morning and once in the evening. If you believe your body will respond better to a larger serving, it’s okay to drink more than 2 ounces. AloeCure is completely natural, and there are no risks associated with drinking too much.
2. When should I take AloeCure?
For best results, we recommend taking AloeCure first thing when you wake up and before you go to bed at night. You may also take this supplement at any point during the day if you feel your stomach acid is out of balance.
3. How fast can I expect to feel the difference?
Everybody will respond differently, but many report a soothing feeling in their esophagus immediately after drinking AloeCure. Individuals also report a calming relief in the stomach after AloeCure settles. For some, the long term balancing and normalizing effects may not be felt right away. This is completely normal, because AloeCure is a natural juice and not a drug.
4. Can I take more than the recommended dose to obtain more benefits?
Because AloeCure is a natural juice, there’s no such thing as too much. Depending on lifestyle factors and your body’s chemistry, you might need more than the recommended two servings to obtain the best possible outcome.
5. For how long do I need to take AloeCure ?
There are no documented side effects to using this supplement, which means AloeCure can be taken indefinitely. It’s a great addition to any healthy diet, encouraging a functional digestive system in the long term.
6. How safe is AloeCure?
AloeCure is completely safe! Currently, no side effects have been documented. AloeCure is made of only natural ingredients. In fact, Aloe Vera, the major healing agent in AloeCure, has been used as a remedy for various different ailments for thousands of years.
7. If I’m pregnant, can I take AloeCure?
While you should consult with your physician before beginning any dietary supplement, AloeCure has no known side effects. When discussing AloeCure with your doctor, mention that it contains no laxative aloin.
8. What type of aloe plant is used for AloeCure?
AloeCure uses Aloe barbadensisthe most effective type of aloe available. This is the form of aloe commonly used in consumer products.
9. Can I add AloeCure to other juices or smoothies?
Definitely! AloeCure tastes great when mixed with other juices. In our experience, it’s hardly noticeable when paired with berry or fruit flavors, and still provides the same healthy benefits for your digestive system. We love mixing it with cranberry juice and have found that one of the only flavors it clashes with is grapefruit juice at least, in our opinion.
10. Does AloeCure have any cleansing properties?
AloeCure isn’t a laxative and is not designed to cleanse. However, it does promote a balanced digestive system, which, over time, can improve regulation.
11. If I have a cut or burn can I put AloeCure on it?
Absolutely. AloeCure juice can be applied to cuts and burns in the same fashion as an aloe stem. Simply rub a small amount on the small cut or minor burn and enjoy the cooling properties.
12. What are some other benefits of AloeCure beyond the digestive system?
While each body responds differently, AloeCure has been shown to improve absorption of nutrients in most individuals. As a result, you may feel increased energy, which will improve well-being over time. Balancing your stomach acids will also allow you to sleep better when you go to bed and feel more rested when you awake.
13. I am taking prescription medications for my stomach acid problems. Can I still take AloeCure?
There are no side effects known in relation to AloeCure, and it can be taken in conjunction with prescription drugs. However, you should always consult a doctor before changing, adding or going off any medications while on AloeCure, especially if you’re planning to go off prescribed acid blockers.
14. I have been taking over-the-counter tablets for years to manage my stomach acid. Can I still take AloeCure?
Without a doubt! AloeCure has no documented side effects and can be taken with OTC medications without complications.