Chlorophyll  



MilliScent's Liquid Chlorophyll is a versatile product that can be taken either as a dietary supplement or used as a mouthwash and breath freshener.

Chlorophyll is known to be “the plant’s blood,” that is, the principal element in the physiology of plant life.

Although it’s not very well known in the world of nutrition, chlorophyll couldn’t be more important in the world of biology and plants. All green plants contain at least one type of chlorophyll, and it is the single most critical substance in plants that allows them to absorb light from the sun and convert that light into usable energy. Scientists are now beginning to unlock the potential health secrets of chlorophyll as they pertain to human health.

Protection for Toxins

Mounting research continues to establish toxins and the resulting free radical damage (also called oxidative damage) as primary contributors to a variety of diseases, including today’s top killers (heart disease, cancer, diabetes and so forth).

The good news is that MilliScents’ Liquid Chlorophyll appears to possess active antioxidant properties that can protect the body from toxins and related oxidative damage. For instance, research suggests that chlorophyllin (the primary active ingredient in chlorophyll) may significantly inhibit or “neutralize” toxins such as secondary cigarette smoke, coal dust, and diesel emission particles. Other findings indicate that chlorophyll may provide more anti-toxin protection than beta-carotene, vitamin C and vitamin E.

Again, the struggle to minimize the effects of toxins and free radicals on our health is an ongoing one. To maintain your highest level of health, it’s important to provide protection against enviromental toxins.

MilliScents Liquid Chlorophyll contains alfalfa-derived Sodium Copper Chlorophyllin, the water-soluble form of chlorophyll. Our liquid chlorophyll contains NO preservatives nor flavorings. For your additional protection, the alfalfa we use is grown in a pesticide-free environment.

Chlorophyll liquid is derived from the fresh, leafy portion of alfalfa, grown on richly composted soil without the use of chemical sprays or artificial fertilizers. The alfalfa is quickly brought in from the fields and pressed to release the liquid, the life blood of the plant. The extracted juice flows directly from the press into drying equipment where it is converted into a powder, in order to transport it. It is then air expressed to the laboratory, where it is reconverted into its natural state by adding the moisture that was removed. Alfalfa has been used as tea for centuries.