Chlorophyll
Health/Wellness

Chlorophyll Drops Benefits

I first discovered liquid chlorophyll on TikTok where someone was speaking about its benefits and how they use it. Out of curiosity, I decided to do some more research as I know I learnt about it in science class as a child. After doing my research and the first thing that caught my eyes was that it’s good for the skin!. I then decided that I wanted to try it. Fast forward to some months later I finally got it. For those who live in Jamaica, you can purchase liquid chlorophyll at Generation Silver. I must say great customer service.

Before we get into the benefits let’s talk a little about Chlorophyll. It is a pigment that gives plants their colour. It has therapeutic properties, vitamins and antioxidants that can benefit the body. The supplements we take whether in tablet form or liquid are chlorophyllin. Which has similar properties to chlorophyll.

Let’s get into some of the amazing benefits that chlorophyll has:

Healing Wounds

Getting rid of bad odours

Cancer prevention

Antioxidant

Cancer prevention

Stimulating immune system

Skincare and acne treatment

It helps in reducing inflammation and bacterial growth in the skin. What I have learnt so far is that some people apply it topically to the skin, however, I’m just drinking it in water. With the antioxidant properties, it will help to prevent oxidative cell damage that causes cancer.

In my research, I also found that it has side effects, as with anything that you ingest there is a side effect. Some people may have diarrhoea, yellow, green or black stool. For me, I haven’t had any side effects so far.

Chlorophyll drops

Foods that you can get chlorophyll from are Kale, spinach, parsley, and green beans. Most of us use these daily in our smoothies etc. Having your natural juices regularly can help in clearing up your skin as well as improve digestion and reduce constipation.

All information stated is from my research and personal use, I am not a doctor or physician

Have you ever used liquid chlorophyll?. If so, what are your thoughts?.

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LOVE, LIGHT & BLESSINGS
K.E.L

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