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Aloe Vera - for juicing

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Wagner starts with ...
I am looking for aloe vera species for juice, I know there are lots of species of aloe vera, the one I m looking for is: aloe vera barbadensis-miller-stockton https://aloe1.com/what-is-the-best-aloe/

do you know where I can find it?

thank you

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Fruitylicious1 says...
Hi Wagner

There is a huge aloe vera farm in Qld, Australia. They also sell aloe Vera plants and leaves. Go to their website and inquire. www.aloeveraaustralia.com.au
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Julie says...
I always wondered how people could possibly drink aloe vera juice. Mine is really bitter.

So there are different varieties. I have never seen a named one, just plants labelled 'aloe vera'.
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Wagner says...
there are different types of aloe vera plant, there is a specific one that you can drink or eat the aloe vera gelly, it is very good for your health.
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Bangkokii says...
In Thailand yoghurt with aloe vera is for sale in supermarkets.

It's a bit slimy but tastes alright.
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denise1 says...
In the 1980s I drank some aloe vera drink from a shop and it burnt my mouth and throat. I dont know why.
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