Tim Pollard and Jannie van Wyngaard, the inventors of TimJan Natural Tonic, are producing it in South Africa since 1998, strictly using extracts from the wild Aloe Ferox plants and sweet wine with absolutely no addition of preserving agents.


Chronic complaints can initially worsen as part of the detoxification process. Also, these debilitating symptoms may appear in the beginning: diarrhea, nausea, increased temperature, headache, bloating and stomach cramps. All symptoms are present only in this first phase. Give TimJan some time to make an impact.


When taken daily, 1 large bottle of TimJan (0.75 l) will last approximately 2 months.


  • Shake the bottle well before each use
  • Max. Take 15 ml (1 tablespoon) at bedtime
  • TimJan is very bitter. Who likes: drink a sip of water afterwards
  • Because of alcohol content (16,5 %) not recommended for persons under the age of 18 and during pregnancy
  • A purging effect is normal during the first days of use and will disappear after 7 - 10 days. If this shouldn’t be the case, just reduce the TimJan dose while drinking plentiful water.

TimJan is best before several months opened and several years closed!

Production of TimJan

In the sunny Southern Cape region of South Africa, far away from civilization and environmental harms, the medicinal invaluable Aloe Ferox plants grow in the wilderness. Due to the natural finished slow growth of Aloe Ferox in comparison to cultivated Aloe Vera plants the amount of active ingredients is considerably higher than in Aloe Vera. The uncultivated wild growth guarantees a 100 % ecological quality of its ingredients.


These ingredients were extracted by a mild cold extrusion process and subsequently mixed with sweet wine. Its ecological ingredients combined with a careful processing is what makes TimJan a unique healthcare product.


The leaf of the Aloe Ferox plant contains two different juices, yellow bitter sap and white aloe gel. The bitter sap lies underneath the green peel and is part of the peel. The sap drains spontaneously when the leaf is cut. When the bitter sap is concentrated, bitter crystals or bitter powder are obtained. Aloe bitters is largely used in purgatives. The inner fleshy portion of aloe leaves consists of a mucous material, called aloe gel, which is not bitter.


Leaves are harvested in the veld. In an area where aloes are abundant, a basin-like hollow is made in the ground. The hollow is lined with a plastic sheet. Four to eight leaves from a mature plant are cut off close to the stem. Two to three hundred leaves are stacked in a circle, cut surfaces facing inwards and overlapping, so that the sap drains and collects in the hollow. After some hours the sap of several draining sites are collected.

The best conditions to store TimJan is in dark, cool and dry rooms!

Press article from "Aktuelle Gesundheitsnachrichten":

TimJan - The Wonderjuice from South Africa


TimJan has been produced since 1998 and is relatively unknown. Wrong - because this drink is a real wonder. The drink is made from the juice of the Aloe Ferox plant and fermented South African grape juice. This compressed composition of about 160 vital nutrients TimJan is a drink with an incomparable effect on the human organism. However, the mixing ratio of the juice of the Aloe Ferox plant and the fermented grape juice remains a mystery of the producers Tim Pollard and Jannie van Wyngaard, from whose name TimJan derives.


This particular medicinal plant, the Aloe Ferox (not to be confused with the Aloe Vera) grows in a desert-like, sunny region near the Cape; far away from pollution and civilization. As wild plants grow more slowly, the valuable ingredients can form much more effectively without chemical fertilizers and pesticides. In biophoton analysis (according to Prof. Popp) scientists were able to demonstrate a ten times higher bioavailability of the ingredients than in conventional crops.


To preserve the valuable ingredients, Aloe Ferox is carefully extracted for TimJan and then mixed with fermented grape juice without heat treatment. This acts as a preservative. But beware: the drink has an alcohol content of 16.5%.


Source: Journal No. 5 (pages 51-53) of the "Current Health News" of the "European Academy of Natural Remedies and Environmental Medicine" in Berlin.