Chlorophyll Forte GP - References

I Product Info I Ingredients I Recommended Use I Clinical Trials I Research Brief I References
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Indication:overall health improvement, hypovitaminosis, susceptibility to allergic rashes, colds, inflammation of mucous lining of mouth, throat, stomach and duodenum, wounds, mucosal and skin ulceration, decreased lactation in breast feeding mothers.

Main Actions: supports the immune system of the body, provides anti-bacterial effect, improves mucus membranes  condition, provides a wound healing effect, removes unpleasant mouth and body odors, increases the lactation in breast feeding mothers.

Ingredients (per 1 capsule):

Sodium Copper Chlorophyllin - 50 mg.


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Chlorophyll Forte GP - References:

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