Borophyll? More like CHLOROPHYLL!

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When Billy Madison said this in class, I guess he didn’t realize how much 15-30 drops of chlorophyl could help his hangover. What he also didn’t know is how he could learn to give his teacher… a lesson in glowing skin, as well as detoxifying her body.

What is Chlorophyll?

It’s a green pigment present in plants which facilitates the absorption of light from the sun. Which then converts the light energy in a usable form which is utilized for various processes such as photosynthesis..... of which the green plants prepare their own food. And we as people use chlorophyll as a form of natural medicine. But difficult to attain enough of it just through just by consuming food itself.

Why Chlorophyll?

Since its green pigment comes from plants and absorption of light, these concentrated green drops are an easy way to get a whole bunch of greens and hydration with mixing it with water. Not to mention the internal deodorizer, and detoxifier as a benefit. It’s like the best green juice, without the fuss of making a mess or buying the expensive 8+$ juice in a store.

My Experience with the not so boring Chlorophyll…

I did 20 or more drops in my water first thing before coffee for over 6 months and my skin was GLOWING. And I was not drinking juices to help promote healthy skin either. I was on the beach everyday for 3 months, sweaty hot yoga classes and was able to maintain healthy skin. As well as helping to aid my digestion. 

I ran out after 6 months, and decided to do a little test with myself. I stopped chlorophyll for almost 2 months, and let me tell you.... my skin FREAKED out. My breakouts were insane. Especially hormonal ones. I felt more tired as the day went on, and my bones were more achy than usual in the harsh cold weather.

How to Use

Glass bottle (plastic bottles will absorb the bad)

8-16 ounces of water

20-30 drops & Voila!

BENEFITS

Clear skin

Hydration

Healthy bones

Magnesium, calcium, vitamin D

Vitamin k

Increases oxygen in blood stream

Cleanses fatty liver, which helps heart health

Essentially a wheatgrass supplement

Antioxidant enzymes to neutralize cancer causing carcinogens

Prevents cancer, blood health, and heart health

Lowers LDL-cholesterol levels

Balance Hormones

Internal deodorizer (bad breath, digestion, sour sweat smell)

Natural Food Sources for Chlorophyll

Kiwi

Apples

Pears

Spinach

Green beans

Arugula

Sugar peas

Cabbage

Parsley

Watch Out For….

Discolored feces, but don’t be alarmed! Just your insides cleaning out!

Yup, so chlorophyll…. Not so borophyll after all!