Aloe Vera Pellets 4.3lb
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Uckele Aloe Vera Pellets feature a dry concentrate of both Aloe Vera leaf and juice with added Slippery Elm Bark in a very palatable pellet for ultimate ease of use. This potent digestive supplement is formulated to promote the integrity of the stomach and intestinal tract and soothe occasionally inflamed tissues. Targeted to support a healthy, comfortable GI environment, promote healthy digestive function and optimal nutrient absorption. 60 day supply.
- Promotes healthy gastric and colonic linings
- Supports balanced internal inflammatory responses
- Maintains normal blood sugar and lipid levels
- Features biologically active Aloe Vera and Slippery Elm Bark
Aloe Vera supports the health, structure and integrity of the intestinal tract lining. This is crucial because toxins can enter the bloodstream when the gut lining is damaged. The gel-filled plant promotes healthy intestinal water content and promotes mucus secretion. Then the plant’s soothing effects support the comfortable passage of food through the intestines, encouraging intestinal flow.
Slippery Elm Bark contains a substance called “mucilage.” When mixed with water, mucilage becomes a gel, which can coat different parts of the body and may help coat and soothe occasionally inflamed tissues in the gastrointestinal tract. It can also help in the promotion of mucus production in the intestinal tract. This can help protect against extra acidity.
Aloe Vera also has potent antioxidant properties. It directly supports normal homeostatic pathways associated with inflammation and promotes optimal levels of the body's own natural antioxidant systems.
Aloe is rich in a polysaccharide called acemannan. In addition to the effects above, it gently stimulates the gut associated lymphoid tissue to maintain optimal antimicrobial defenses. The acemannan in Aloe is also an excellent prebiotic, which act as food for probiotics. Together with the fructans found in Aloe, it supports the growth of beneficial microflora in the hind gut and promotes levels of fatty acids that feed the intestinal cells and provide energy for the horse.