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Good Cause Wellness offers 20 percent discount on aloe vera gel to NaturalNews readers

Friday, July 23, 2010 by: Ethan A. Huff, staff writer
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(NaturalNews) The good folks over at Good Cause Wellness are offering another incredible promotion on their Aloe Vera Gel to NaturalNews readers. For a limited time only, NaturalNews readers can get an exclusive 20 percent discount on either the single or three-pack version of Good Cause Wellness' Aloe Vera100 Drink Mix.

This is an incredible deal for these highly-potent, high-quality aloe vera gel flakes. Mike Adams, the Health Ranger, has written about these gel flakes before, but it is important to note that Aloe Vera100 is not like the liquid aloe vera supplements you see at many health food stores. Those products are often highly diluted, and they contain very little of the active ingredients that make aloe beneficial and therapeutic.

Good Cause Wellness' Aloe Vera100 is a gently-dried, highly-concentrated version of just the aloe vera gel, which is the primary healing component of aloe. Aloe Vera 100 does not contain the skin and sap (resin) of the aloe vera leaf, which are not very beneficial. The gel flakes are carefully formulated to capture only the gel so that you receive aloe's maximum health-promoting benefits.

Most other aloe vera supplements, including "whole leaf" aloe vera supplements, contain these other components of aloe. Aloe sap is actually a diarrhetic, which is why some people have trouble with other aloe vera supplements on the market. Aloe Vera100 gel is carefully separated from this resin to ensure that you get only the good stuff.

Good Cause Wellness produces its aloe vera gel using a low-temperature drying process to ensure that most of the aloe's delicate nutrients are preserved. Aloe Vera100 is also highly concentrated, so even though it appears at first to be small in volume, it is actually a lot more than you might think.

Aloe vera gel, as it comes out of the plant, is mostly water. When the water is removed, the amount of actual gel leftover is quite small. So what you get with Aloe Vera100 is an extremely concentrated form of the actual gel which, when added to a beverage or smoothie, expands fairly rapidly. In other words, it takes very little Aloe Vera100 to get a powerful dose of this amazing nutrient.

To take advantage of this incredible 20 percent discount on these awesome gel flakes, be sure to enter the promotional code "NATT" as you are checking out.

Also, be sure to check out the special pricing on Good Cause Wellness' raw Nopal powder for NaturalNews readers. Nopal powder comes from the Nopal cactus plant and helps to stabilize and regulate blood sugar levels.

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