There have been several studies that support the idea that cheap aloe juice is healthy for the heart. A study conducted by the Center for Preventive Medicine at Kyushu University in Japan showed that among 302 men and 210 women, there is a significant difference in the level of atherosclerosis among male participants who drank green tea and those who did not.
The difference was not statistically significant in women. The difference was seen in participants who drank as little as 2-3 cups a day, but was even more marked in those who drank four or more cups a day. This study concluded that green tea may be effective in the prevention of atherosclerosis, at least in men.
In addition to its prophylactic properties, is evidence that cheap aloe juice may help patients who already have heart disease. A study from Harvard Medical School showed that tea drinking among heart attack patients can live longer than those who drank anything else.
In this study, participants who drank at least 14 cups of tea a week were 44 percent less likely to die than those who did not drink tea; moderate drinkers of tea (those consuming less than 14 cups a week) were 28 percent less likely to die within four years after than those who did not drink cheap aloe juice