Tonic drink with aloe vera, wine and honey

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Preparation time15 min
Waiting time7 days
Ready in7 days 15 m

Macerated aloe vera, red wine and honey - a healing liqueur

Aloe vera macerate with red wine and honey forms a tonic drink, a true immune stimulant, with effects of cell regeneration, detoxification and purification of the whole body. This liqueur fights anemia, has digestive and tonic stimulating effects on the digestive tract, helps treat gastrointestinal disorders (gastritis, ulcer, colitis, bloating, constipation, diarrhea, ...), supports the cardiovascular system, nervous system, is hepatoprotective, has anti-rheumatic action, and last but not least is a powerful antitumor.


About 700ml of liqueur, the equivalent of 14 servings of 50ml serving



Estimated cost: 3.6 €


  • - container
  • - blender / mixer
  • - non-metallic knife


  • Tonic drink with aloe vera, wine and honey - Preparation step 1Wash the aloe vera leaf with cold water and remove the dry or blackened parts if any.
  • Tonic drink with aloe vera, wine and honey - Preparation step 2Remove the sides of the leaf (that part with thorns), then cut the leaf into ~ 2 cm slices and leave in a container with water for 30 minutes, the necessary step to remove that yellowish / latex sap which, in some people more sensitive, may have an allergic effect or, if consumed internally, a laxative effect.

    ⚠ For commercially purchased leaves, this yellowish sap is usually in very small amounts, and if you are not allergic to it, you can skip this step.
  • Tonic drink with aloe vera, wine and honey - Preparation step 3We extract the pulp from the slices of chopped aloe. I was basically removing the peel with a knife. If the leaf is not big enough, it can be cut in half with a knife and with the help of a spoon, we grate the aloe vera gel.
  • Tonic drink with aloe vera, wine and honey - Preparation step 4We will mix the extracted aloe vera pulp with a mixer / blender for about 1 minute and thus obtain an liquid / aloe vera gel with an aerated foam on the surface.
  • Tonic drink with aloe vera, wine and honey - Preparation step 5Add the wine and honey and mix again for a few seconds just enough to mix.
  • Tonic drink with aloe vera, wine and honey - Preparation step 6Pour the mixture into a glass container, close with a lid and leave to macerate for at least 7 days in a ventilated and cool place, without light (ideally cellar).
    After maceration you can choose to filter the drink or consume it as such.
    Once the bottle is opened, it is recommended to store it in the refrigerator for a maximum of 30 days.


✔ Wine alcohol increases the assimilation of Aloe gel, honey is a good carrier, the 3 ingredients thus becoming an exceptional immune stimulator, thanks to the compound glucomannan from Aloe Vera, which stimulates macrophages (special leukocytes that swallow bacteria and residues)

✔ Basically, combined, these three ingredients amplify their properties.

✔ The peel of the Aloe Vera leaf also contains a yellow sap called latex, which in high doses, for some people, can be toxic (laxative effect) or allergic.

✔ It is recommended to use a natural wine, without sulfites (red country wine), and bee honey, it is preferable to be acacia.

✔ We recommend the use of non-metallic utensils!

Storage and validity::
→ It is recommended to store in a cool, ventilated place without light (ideally in the cellar or refrigerator).
→ It is recommended to store in hermetically sealed glass bottles.
→ If it is not used and stored in optimal conditions, a bottle with this liqueur can be stored for up to 1 year.
→ Once opened, we recommend storing it in the refrigerator until full consumption (ideally within a month).

Recommendation for harvesting aloe vera leaves:
● Only the species Aloe vera chinensis, commonly found as a potted ornamental plant, is recommended.
● It is recommended to harvest aloe plants with a maturity of at least 3 years.
● Harvest the leaves from a plant that has not been watered in the last 3-5 days.
● It is advisable to choose the leaves from the outside of the plant, as they are richer in antioxidants.


→ For an adult, ~ 50ml is recommended 3 times a day, half an hour before main meals (on an empty stomach). The dose may be increased to 100 ml.

→ One or more cures of 4 weeks are recommended with breaks between cures of 1-2 weeks.

→ During the treatment, it is recommended to avoid consuming dairy products, meat and eggs as much as possible, and to consume a large amount of fluids (minimum 2.5 liters per day) to help the body detoxify.

→ Being a mild alcoholic remedy, it is not recommended for children under 7 years.
→ In children over 7 years of age, the dose will be reduced according to age to 1/4, and the administration will be done only with the consent of a doctor.

Effects and benefits


Supports the digestive / gastrointestinal system:

Supports the cardiovascular system:

Anti-rheumatic actions:

Strong antitumor:

Supports the nervous system:

Supports the respiratory system and fights colds:

Hepato-biliary protector:


Another information
→ Aloe vera is also called the "plant of immortality", with a history of several thousand years of therapeutic use.
→ Aloe vera is known for its extraordinary health benefits, with over 200 active substances.
→ The remarkable healing effects of the Aloe Vera plant are due to its detoxifying power.
→ In 1989, a study by a team of Japanese researchers found that Aloe Vera contained at least three antitumor agents: emodin, mannose, and lecithin, making it an effective ally in tumor prevention. Treatments that include Aloe Vera> have notable effects in controlling lung cancer, leukemia and sarcoma.
→ The essential compound in Aloe Vera is glucomannan (a soluble fiber), which has real antiviral, immunostimulatory and bone marrow repair properties.
→ Dr. Gillian McKeith called Aloe Vera a "living food" that can greatly help detoxify the colon and develop the body's own sources of beneficial bacteria.


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