Organic aloe vera is easy to find and it is easily used organically. If you live in warmer climate zones, you will see it growing in many yards where you can pick it and use it right from the stalk. Organic aloe vera can be found at all of the stores we have reviewed below. Many stores sell aloe vera, not all sell organic aloe though. SO, we took the liberty to find where you can get it in the organic form. Take a look just below in the reviewed stores section. At the very bottom of this page, you will find useful information about aloe vera and its many uses. You will be surprised.
Aloe vera has more uses than most consumers know. It is a highly versatile succulent plant. Most commonly it is used as an ointment to aid a variety of skin care uses such as burns. It is actually a beautiful plant that you can grow in your garden (if you live in warmer climates).
Most likely, you are here in our organic aloe vera directory because you are looking for the ointment or save variety. While aloe vera has long been associated with herbal medicines (helpful with digestive problems), aloe vera can also be used as a lotion (most common use), food ingredient (beverages, yogurt topping or accompaniment and for dessert ingredients as well.
Due to its soothing ability, many consumers like it for after sun care. It has a healing quality unparallel to other succulents and other natural or organic plants. What we love about organic aloe vera is it is natural to begin with. Chemicals are not mixed together to create it. Most organic aloe vera comes in a gel form or made into a lotion using natural ingredients and preservatives that are also organic.
The store we recommend in our directory above all sell organic aloe products. While the focus here in this directory may not be on food or herbal usage, we will include herbal companies above. The others will focus mostly on personal care aspects of organic aloe vera. Whatever your reason is for wanting aloe vera, the reviews above will help you find the perfect aloe product. Take a look.
Fun fact about aloe vera: Like bamboo, it naturally has anti bacterial anti fungal properties.