Herbalife’s Aloe Vera: The Second Digestive System Option + Anti-Bloating

So, I made a video on probiotics, which amassed an incredible amount of views.  Since the time I made that video until now – I haven’t made any others in regards to Herbalife, unfortunately.

However, I’m back!

I contacted my friend a while back in Australia telling her that I needed an immediate supply of probiotics.  The probiotics, being in a very small bottle, ran out in about 4-6 weeks.  After that, my stomach began to go haywire YET AGAIN!

I tried eating chia seeds, almonds, avocados (I’m totally lying about the avocados because one of them here in Thailand costs 4$), and other things to help with smooth digestion in the morning.

All failed.

So after not following through with the buying and shipping of the wondrous probiotics, I immediately needed something else that was going to help me.

It was a Tuesday morning and I went walking down the streets of Bangkok in sweltering heat, doused in sweat and discontent.  I knew if I went to Herbalife, I would find a surprise.

After getting there, I saw that they launched a series of new products, including RoseGuard (immune support) and a few others.  When I went to the counter to place my order, I looked over my shoulder and there it was….the 24 line.  I jumped up and joy, purchased it and it’s an absolute BEAST (will talk about it in a later blog). But the focus here is of course Aloe Vera, which changed my digestive tract within a six-hour period.

Are there other alternatives for it? Absolutely.  I would suggest pineapple and yogurt.  On the other hand, if you can get your hands on some of THIS?! Your digestive tract will never be the same again.

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