Aloe Vera for IBS (Irritable Bowel Syndrome)2019-09-18T07:11:31-05:00

Aloe Vera for IBS (Irritable Bowel Syndrome)

IBS is a chronic problem in the digestive system, namely the large intestine, that leads to abdominal bloating and pain, diarrhea, cramping, gas, and constipation. Aloe vera can be used to treat the symptoms of IBS while patients work through the chronic condition.

Using aloe vera for IBS

The ingredient that makes Aloe vera so powerful at healing and helping the body is the Aloe Mucilaginous Polysaccharide (AMP) molecule. This molecule makes all of our AMP Floracel products stronger, healthier and reliable sources of the following properties:

  • Viral immunity
  • Increased blood circulation
  • Balanced blood sugar
  • Non-oxidized cells 
  • Restored immune system
  • Inflammation protection
  • Recovered cells
  • Balanced immune system

Is aloe vera good for irritable bowel syndrome?

Aloe vera is good to take when struggling with IBS as it can ease inflammation associated with symptoms of pain, diarrhea, and cramping. Aloe vera works to soothe the digestive tract and improve healthy gut flora which can assist in overcoming IBS in the long run.

Quality matters in aloe vera supplements

 At AMP Floracel, we use the highest quality Aloe Mucilaginous Polysaccharide (AMP) molecule by extracting it directly from fresh and unprocessed leaves. The purity of the AMP molecules enables our products to bring you top of the line Aloe vera ingredients and medicinal properties.

A.M.P. Floracel aloe vera IBS supplements

Incorporating aloe vera into your diet will directly affect your lifestyle, health, immune and digestive system function. Learn more about our products and how our Aloe vera supplements can help you live your fullest life, today.

Disclaimer

The health properties of aloe vera have not been officially evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). The content on this website is designed to inform you about the aloe vera plant and how the A.M.P. molecule might help. Always consult your physician when experiencing health issues and discuss the role that aloe vera can play in your recovery or disease prevention.