What is Chlorophyll?

Chlorophyll is the pigment that gives plants its green color. It is crucial for plant survival because it is the agent for photosynthesis. The molecular composition of chlorophyll is identical to the human blood cell, so it is often referred to as "green blood." In human blood, the nucleus of its molecule is iron, while in chlorophyll the nucleus is magnesium.

Cleansing: Cleanses the digestive system, assists in purifying blood, eliminates bacteria, disinfects and detoxifies.

Balancing: Balances body acid-alkali level, boosts the functions of the body system.

Nourishing: Assists in red blood cell regeneration, enhances oxidation process and stimulates cell regeneration.


Chlorophyll is rich in:

1. Zinc
2. Selenium
3. Vitamin E
4. Vitamin C
5. Vitamin A
6. Protein
7. Biotin
8. Folic acid

9. Pantothenic Acid
10. Calcium
11. Chromium
12. Phosphorus
13. Potassium
14. Magnesium
15. Iron


What are the Health Benefits of Liquid Chlorophyll?

Discharges Toxin through the Feces - Liquid Chlorophyll improves the digestive system and bowel movement to discharge the toxic feces from the body. Liquid Chlorophyll deodorizes the bowel and entire body; a natural antiseptic to the intestinal tract. It also aids in rebuilding damaged bowel tissue and helps to eliminate mucus.

Reduces Pesticide Residue and Toxin - Liquid Chlorophyll effectively reduces toxin caused by pesticides and chemicals in the body. It traps and forms complexes with mutagens. Liquid chlorophyll also facilitates the degradation of toxic metabolites.

Balances Body Acid-Alkali Level - Balances body acid-alkali levels to maintain good health. Liquid chlorophyll provides an excellent source of health-promoting nutrients. Because liquid chlorophyll’s composition contains calcium, it is highly useful for people as well as animals with arthritis, bone diseases, and hip dysphasia. It is very high in RNA and DNA and has been found to protect against the effects of ultraviolet radiation.

Assists in Increasing Blood Counts - Liquid Chlorophyll assists red blood cells generation to ensure sufficient oxygen and nutrients for cell regeneration. Chlorophyll helps to rebuild the bloodstream. Chlorophyll increases the hemoglobin production, the function of the heart, affects the vascular system, the intestines, the uterus, and the lungs.

Reduces Wrinkles and Aging - Liquid chlorophyll is an antioxidant - it has the ability to scavenge free radicals. It also improves the body's natural free-radical fighting ability by increasing the levels of certain enzymes that help in this process. It acts as a superb antioxidant to help support the body in maintaining healthy tissue and fighting the effect of aging. The results are smoother skin, clearer complexion and youthful looks.

Promotes Cell Regeneration and Boosts the Immune System - As chlorophyll helps to thicken and strengthen the walls of the cells, it is also a nutritional aid for the immune system. As a nutritional supplement it accelerates tissue cell activity and normal re-growth of cells which helps the body heal faster.


Following is a list of disease conditions that have either improved or cleared up entirely by using liquid chlorophyll in conjunction with a living foods diet:

- Hepatitis and other liver diseases
- All forms of anemia
- Asthma and hayfever
- Pyorrhea
- Varicose veins
- Hemorrhoids
- Ulcers - internal and external
- High and Low blood sugar
- Offensive body odors
- Sore throat

Actually chlorophyll will assist in correcting any imbalance in the body due in part to its high bio-available iron content. This allows the body to utilize more oxygen, aiding in the removal of accumulated toxins. We also know that the internal use of chlorophyll strengthens the cells and inhibits bacterial growth.

Who Should Drink Liquid Chlorophyll?

- People with liver problems
- People with respiratory problems
- People with rheumatism
- Anemic people
- Those with pale complexions
- People with weight problems
- Very skinny people
- Very fat people
- Smokers and those who consume alcohol frequently
- Those who dislike eating vegetables
- Those who suffer from constipation
- Those who experience menstrual pain
- Those who often catch cold
- Those who often have sore throats
- People with body odor and bad breath
- Busy and stressful people
- Easily fatigued people
- Those who often eat out