Tuesday, April 5, 2016

Val-U-Life, what it is and how it can help.


The composition of Val-u-Life is 61% Sutherlandia frutescens, 31% Aloe
ferox leaf (no bitters!), 5% Olive Leaf extract and a small amount of Selenium.
Sutherlandia frutescens is also known as the cancer bush, a tonic that helps
to stabilize the natural bodily processes. Rich in anti-oxidants, and known for
its soothing and healing properties, Aloe ferox leaf has a long history of being
taken to assist the body to restore and maintain healthy functioning. Olive
Leaf has gain esteem as health supplement due to various positive reports of
helping the body recovering from viral infections and other digestive and
health problems. Selenium is high in anti-oxidants, protecting cells from

Val-u-Life is therefore an exquisite blend of fine ingredients to help your
body activating its own resources in order to cope with many of the
biochemical stresses attacking our health. All these herbs and ingredients are
known for their positive effect on the body’s immune system.

Q: How safe is Val-u-Life?
A: Know your body. Anything humans consume – even in small doses – can
cause side effects. Always start with a very small dose when you take any herb
for the first time. Watch out for any signs of discomfort or side effects for a
couple of days before you take the fully recommended dose. Avoid taking
herbs on an empty stomach as this may enhance side effects. Always take after
a meal.
Q: What side effects does Val-u-Life have?

A: Occasional side effects have been reported, including dry mouth, a mild
diuretic effect, loose stool or constipation – slight dizziness has been reported
by elderly or weak patients. Diabetes: Carefully monitor blood sugar when
taking herbs. Pregnancy & lactation: There are no known risks in taking any
of the above herbs during pregnancy or lactation. Always discuss the
suitability of herb supplements with your physician first. Auto-immune
diseases: Consult your physician before taking herbs that may stimulate the
immune system. Cancer & HIV: Compositional herbs may interfere with
chemotherapy and anti-retroviral drugs and should be discussed with your
physician first.
Q: Can I exceed the recommended dosage?

A: No, the recommended dosage of 2 capsules per day should not be

Q: For what period can I take Val-u-Life?
A: Val-u-Life can be used daily as supplement for the rest of your life to help
you maintain good health.

 Information from the May 2016 Aloe Ferox Newsletter


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