Aloe Vera Juice

Called the "Queen of all Herbs" It has many healing properties Should only be used 2 to 3 weeks at a time. Useful for dry stools, constipation, and IBS (irritable Bowel Syndrome)  and  it will help heal the digestive system. Aloe is a YIN tonic meaning it will cool the body and lower the blood pressure, that similar to wheat grass.

 The leaves of the aloe plant are edible, according to the Plants for a Future database. The leaves can be eaten, but they are bitter and not very tasty. The leaves can be mashed and the pulp used in combination with the gel in juices.

The green part of the leaf that surrounds the gel is used in juices. It is also dried for use as a powder that is called latex, according to the National Institutes of Health. Aloe latex is used for its laxative effects.

Pregnant women should not use aloe latex or bitter aloes, as it can cause uterine contractions and miscarriage,

Anyone taking diuretics, diabetes medication or heart medication should not use aloe internally.

Source   Conquering Any Disease