John Gray, Ph.D
Relationship expert and author of Men Are from Mars, Women Are from Venus.
“Aloe is really good as a healing agent with any aspect of your skin and it’s also safe to use internally. And I say this for women because as women age, the vaginal walls can start to become thinner and can start to tear, and have less and less lubrication, less circulation, and that can make intercourse painful. So I’ve searched and searched for the most pure aloe. It’s Aloe Cadabra; Amazing aloe has no additives, nothing added to it at all, it’s pure, it’s organic; there are no chemicals, it’s fantastic as a lubricant, it’s even great as a daily moisturizer, it’s safe to ingest as well, you can enjoy the taste, but particularly you can use it to heal the insides.”
John Gray, Ph.D, Relationship expert and author of Men Are from Mars, Women Are from Venus. Dr. Gray has appeared on The Dr. Oz Show, The Today Show, CBS Morning Show, Good Morning America, The Early Show, The Oprah Winfrey Show, The View, and other popular shows. Leading publications Time, USA Today, Forbes, and People have all profiled him.
Dr. Laurie Steelsmith
Dr. Laurie Steelsmith, licensed naturopathic physician and acupuncturist. She has appeared on CNN’s HealthWatch, Fox and NBC news affiliates. She is frequently quoted in popular magazines including Woman’s World, Self, Woman’s Day, Natural Health, Women’s Health, Whole Life Times, Body + Soul, Let’s Live, Better Nutrition, Vegetarian Times, Alternative Medicine, WebMD, Health, First for Women, OnFitness, and Delicious Living.
“Aloe Cadabra Lube –For a spicy holiday treat, this is my all-time favorite personal lube — and the only thing I’ll put near my lady parts.” December, 2014
“Next, be sure to use lubricant — Aloe Cadabra is the only one I use and recommend.” February, 2015
Alisa Vitti, HHC, AADP Integrative Nutritionist, Hormone Expert she founded the FLO Living Center and a best-selling author of WomanCode. She’s been featured on The Dr. Oz Show and she has a web series on Lifetime. A regular contributor to The Huffington Post, Women’s Health, MindBodyGreen, Fox, Shape, and CBS
Debra Lynn Dadd
Reader writes in: “looks like a somewhat better alternative called Luvena, but it still has Polypropylene Glycol and Propanediol, along with a few other unrecognizable ingredients. Does anyone know of other alternatives?
Debra’s Answer: “Try Aloe Cadabra. It’s the first personal lubricant that’s all natural and contains 95% organic aloe vera. Feels nice too.”
Debra Lynn Dadd, Internationally known Consumer Advocate who has been called “The Queen of Green” by the New York Times, “the godmother of natural living” by the New Age Journal, and “The guru of nontoxic living” by KCBA-TV News. Starting in 1982 she has appeared on network television from San Francisco to Washington DC including appearances on the Today show, CNN, and Geraldo. She’s has her own radio show in addition to appearing on hundreds of other talk shows. Published in 1984 she wrote the first book on toxic chemicals in consumer products.
“YUMMY!… I used some of my new favorite lube by Aloe Cadabra, it’s made of Aloe and that makes it great!”
Jaiya is a progressive and well-respected sexual wellness expert and holds certifications as a Sexologist, Sexological Bodyworker, and Tantra Teacher.
Author of the books Blow Each Other Away, Yoga for Sexual Health and Pleasure, Volume 1 and Volume 2, and A New Angle on Sex: Positions, Pillows and Pleasure. She has been featured in Cosmo, Glamour, Women’s Health, Parenting and other popular publications.
“It does not irritate or cause a burning feeling in the vaginal walls, and it is non-toxic. Because it is made with food-grade ingredients, if you ingested this product, it would not hurt you.”
Sheri Goddard, Co-Founder of Menopause Coach. An Esthetician and former salon owner.
“My first worry before trying Aloe Cadabra was that the lube would be sticky, like the Aloe Vera gel I’ve always used to treat sunburns, but my partner and I found the Aloe Cadabra lube to be almost sinfully slippery. Unlike some water-based and silicone-based liquid lubricants we’ve tested, it didn’t run all over the place (it’s similar in both color and consistency to another substance you may encounter during sex), and the bit that did find its way onto our sheets didn’t leave a stain, another common problem with some of Aloe Cadabra’s oil- and silicone-based competitors.”