Apparently, the quality of Aloe Vera is evaluated according to the content of polysaccharides. How much of them does the Essens Aloe Vera drinking gel contain?

Polysaccharides are just one of the healthful ingredients contained in Aloe, i.e. overall quality is not only given by their content, but also by the overall composition of the product, the way the plants are processed and gel produced. Yes, the content of polysaccharide is very important, and the main role is played by the so-called Acetyl polysaccharide, which significantly affects the immune system and thus affects the overall immunity of the organism.
Generally, the content of polysaccharide is expressed as a ratio of “mg (or g) of carbohydrate per 1 kg of the product” and you will find products in the market containing 5 g / kg up to 40 g / kg.
The polysaccharides contained in the pulp of the Aloe leaf are destroyed during heat treatment.
Our raw material is processed in a cold state, because it then contains the maximum amount of all the desired active substances (including polysaccharides).
The influences on the content of active substances is then also in the percentage of Aloe vera content in the product. Our gels are 99.5%. All this provides a polysaccharide content ranging from 30 to 35 g / kg, which is an above average content.