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Barrier Aloe Vera Juice

  • 500ml Bottle £6.99
  • 5 litre Bottle £54.49

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Containing some 200 active ingredients that span vitamins, minerals, amino acids and enzymes, Barrier Aloe Vera Juice is a super concentrated and 100% pure food grade quality product using the centuries old, tried, tested and trusted healing properties of the Aloe Vera plant. Actively encouraging increased levels of wellbeing and health, Aloe Vera Juice can be fed directly or added to drinking water.


Concentrated aloe vera.

Directions for use

Shake well. Apply directly to wounds, sunburn and skin disorders to help protect and aid natural healing.

Feed direct, add to drinking water or mix with feed.

Always replace cap after use.

Feeding guidelines

Recommended feeding guide for horses and ponies

  • 5-10ml up to 100kg body weight
  • 10-15ml - 100-250kg body weight
  • 15-20ml - 250-500kg body weight
  • General well being - Feed one measure 3 times per week
  • Run down/lethargic - Feed one measure daily for 7 days
  • Recovering/elderly - Feed one measure daily for 14 days

Recommended feeding guide for other animals

The following recommendations show the guidelines for use in animals other than horses and ponies.

  • For general use - 1 teaspoon per 4.5kg daily
  • For serious conditions - 1 tablespoon per 4.5kg daily

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Is it safe to give dogs?

14th Apr 2017

My daughters dog has always had various skin problems and has tried everything from off the shelf solutions, antibiotics and steroids from the vet and special diets but still the condition persists. Would this juice help as we have heard aloe Vera can be poisonous to dogs? Thankyou.

  • Veterinary Advisor

This juice may be helpful and would be worth a try. However I am not sure how effective it will be given that the prescription drugs haven't worked. It is safe to give to dogs at the recommended dose for "other animals".

Aloe vera juice

13th Dec 2016
Karen Warnes-Blease
  • VioVet Customer Since: December 2016
  • From: Berkshire, United Kingdom

Can the juice be fed as a daily supplement all the time or is it just short term use?

  • Veterinary Advisor

Aloe Vera Juice can be used as a long term supplement. For use in this way the recommended dose is 1 measure 3 times a week. The measures should be given as follows:

  • 5-10ml up to 100kg body weight
  • 10-15ml - 100-250kg body weight
  • 15-20ml - 250-500kg body weight