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Nature's Sunshine Liquid Chlorophyll is a natural health supplement that can be enjoyed by the whole family. Liquid Chlorophyll is a supplement that comes in a tonic form, that is easy to consume and rich in goodness.

Chlorophyll is naturally produced by plants as they harness the energy from the sun through the process of photosynthesis. In photosynthesis, chlorophyll absorbs energy to transform carbon dioxide and water into carbohydrates and oxygen. This is the process that converts solar energy to a form that can be utilised by plants and by the animals that eat them to form the foundation of the food chain. 

Because of its similarities to human blood, liquid chlorophyll helps to improve immune responses and deodorises the body. Per one teaspoon, it supplies 15mg of pure, water soluble chlorophyllins, derived from a natural plant source. It is also free from parabens, alcohol and palm oil.

Liquid Chlorophyll is the pinnacle of health products. It is a food, cleanser, energizer and healer all at the same time. Some of its many benefits include but are not limited to:

  • Promoting the natural blood-cleansing functions of your body
  • Helping to strengthens cells
  • Helping to promote a strong immune response
  • Deodorises the body, including the bowel
  • Digestive tract detoxifier
  • Fights bad breath
  • Boosting energy
  • Strengthening of the body and blood, as well as overall health improvement

Each 5ml contains Chlorophyllins (sodium copper chlorophyllin - derived from natural plant sources) 15mg. Other ingredients: Purified water, glycerin (vegetable) and spearmint oil.

A solution supplying 15mg (per one teaspoon) of pure, water-soluble chlorophyllines derived from a natural plant source. Liquid chlorophyll is flavoured with natural spearmint oil.

Mix 5ml in a glass (250ml) of water twice a day. Refrigerate after opening.

Keep out of reach of children. In all cases of ill health, seek professional health advice before self-prescribing.