Because molecules of chlorophyll from plants have a similar structure and function to hemoglobin in human blood, taking chlorophyll can help relieve anemia caused by a low red blood cell count. Chlorophyll stimulates the production of red blood cells and helps carry oxygen from the lungs to the body and the brain, which means more energy for you. It is sometimes recommended that women take chlorophyll during menstruation and after childbirth to lessen a heavy flow and the accompanying exhaustion.
Chlorophyll has great cleansing properties as well. It is called an "internal deodorizer"—not the most catchy of titles. But regular use of chlorophyll can improve bad breath, as well as lessen the odors of urine and feces, and odors accompanying perspiration.
Watch Stephanie Tallent talk about how useful Liquid Chlorophyll is and how she uses it!
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