Nutrigold Golden Aloe Vera Cold Pressed Double Strength
HFMA approved Golden Aloe juice is produced from the whole leaf (not diluted or reconstituted from Aloe powder) using cutting-edge cold-press processing, which also removes aloin. The resulting Golden Aloe juice contains 2-3% solids compared to 0.5% solids from some other preparations.
The natural choice for high quality biologically active whole-leaf Aloe Vera
So why is Golden Aloe recognised to be such a great product and the complementary health practitioner's natural choice?
We at Nutrigold believe that Nutrigold Golden Aloe Vera Cold Pressed Double Strength is one of the highest quality Aloe Vera products on the market. We manufacture this unique product in only the highest quality processing facilities and it is produced using only the finest quality, Aloe Barbadensis Miller plant leaves.
In our view it is important to only source our product from the Aloe Barbadensis Miller variety of Aloe Vera plant. This is a very special species that is normally used in high quality internal use Aloe Vera products.
It is also the only species we are aware of that has a large amount of scientific and safety research to support it's use.
At Nutrigold we do not use any other species of Aloe Vera Nutrigold Golden Aloe Vera Cold Pressed Double Strength.
Harvesting & Processing
We start by carefully selecting only the very best Aloe Barbadensis Miller plants, that have been grown to well recognised standards. The Aloe plant begins as a cutting from the mother plant and is planted in chemical-free soil in areas of the world that offer a humid environment. Aloe Vera is not, as it is commonly thought, a cactus, it is part of the lily family and is a succulent that receives 80% of its moisture from the atmosphere. The Aloe Vera plant maintains itself, so fertilisers and pesticides are not needed during its growth to maturity. It takes an average of eighteen months for an Aloe plant to reach maturity and a stage where the leaves are ready for their first harvest.
When we harvest the Aloe Vera plant we will take between six to eight leaves from a fully mature plant. With excellent growing conditions, it may be possible to harvest these plants twice a year. The mature plant will produce leaves for five to six years before being tilled into the ground for new plantings. The leaves are harvested by hand cutting at the base of the plant. They are placed in baskets and loaded on to a trailer that transports them to the processing facility. The time from harvest and transport to the process facility is less than two hours. Timing plays a critical role in maintaining the biological activity of the plant leaf. Nutrigold Golden Aloe Vera Cold Pressed Double Strength, when only the best will do.