Make Aloe vera tea at home | benefits, uses, recipe, side-effects

Drinking aloe vera tea is a great way to boost your gastrointestinal health, promote weight loss, along with a number of other health and beauty benefits.

aloe vera tea

What Is Aloe Vera Tea?

Aloe vera tea is an herbal beverage which is prepared by steeping the dried sap of the aloe vera plant.

Aloe vera is known scientifically as Aloe vera and has been used for thousands of years for religious, cultural, medicinal, and culinary purposes.

The sap of this plant is particularly rich in antioxidants and active ingredients that can confer many benefits to the body.

Aloe vera is a good source of vitamins A, B, C, and E, as well as a number of amino acids and volatile compounds, many of which can be accessed by drinking this tea.

It can be orally consumed, or it can be topically applied to different parts of the body, depending on your particular conditions.

Aloe vera Tea Prepration at home / Recipe

How To Make Aloe Vera Tea?

You can purchase pre-made aloe vera tea in bulk quantities at health food stores, but you can also prepare it yourself at home.

Many people combine the sap of this tea with another base tea, such as black, oolong or green tea.

  • Step 1 – Bring a saucepan of water to boil.
  • Step 2 – Steep a green tea bag in the hot water for 3-4 minutes.
  • Step 3 – Add about 1 teaspoon of dried aloe sap powder into the tea, or squeeze the aloe vera jelly directly out of an aloe leaf.
  • Step 4 – Add honey or a sweetener after straining the tea.

Aloe Vera Tea Benefits

The top health benefits of aloe vera tea include

  • Aid in digestion
  • Help to regulate blood sugar
  •  Relieve inflammation problems like acne
  • Boost the immune system

As, this tea is rich in many vitamins and nutrients like vitamins A, C, and E, because of which it helps to solve many skin and hair problems.

One of the main uses of aloe vera tea is to improve digestive function, as it does have a slight laxative quality to it. This can eliminate symptoms of constipation and abdominal pain.

This tea can help in weight loss, and managing cholesterol levels.

Aloe Vera Tea Side Effects

If taken in excess, aloe vera tea can cause gastrointestinal distress and diarrhea, due to its laxative qualities. Generally speaking, this tea is not recommended for pregnant or breastfeeding women.

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