Plant-based Supplement Supports Digestive & Immune System Health
- Promotes healthy digestion
- Supports natural cleansing
- Gluten free
- Support family-owned medicinal herb farms
- Only the freshest and most vital raw materials are sourced
- Finest organically grown, ethically wild-harvested ingredients
CHLOROPHYLL LIQUID DROPS offer pure, natural support to the digestive system while promoting a healthy, cleansed body. Chlorophyll is a nutrient that creates the green pigment and allows light absorption in many of the leafy green plants we eat. The benefits of liquid chlorophyll are vast, but some of most common benefits are digestion and immune system support. The chlorophyll drops are packed with nourishing properties that promote optimal health.
Why Use CHLOROPHYLL LIQUID DROPS?
Chlorophyll promotes healthy circulatory, digestive, respiratory and urinary systems in the body, and especially supports those systems during times of stress. Containing large amounts of Vitamin A, C, and E, liquid chlorophyll is a beneficial antioxidant that helps protect the body from harmful free radials.
With the highest quality ingredients derived from the natural source, Chlorophyll Drops delivers ultra-pure, high potency.
Naturally Support Digestion & Overall Health
- Supports digestion & overall health
- May naturally reduce bloating & gas
- Pure, liquid herbal formula
FENNEL LIQUID DROPS offer digestive health and overall bodily support with its rich makeup of nutrients. Fennel seeds have been long used as a culinary addition, but the health benefits of fennel are impressive and utilised worldwide. This superfood holds key nutrients that support healthy digestion, blood pressure, cholesterol and overall well-being. Fennel seeds are packed with diverse, nourishing properties that help your body feel great and thrive.
Important for hair, skin and nail health.
Essential nutrient for carbohydrate metabolism.
Required for synthesis of fatty acids.
Helps to maintain a healthy nervous system.
Assists in converting food to energy.
Involved in transformation of amino acids into protein.
Contributes to health of sex glands and sweat glands.
Promotes normal cell growth.
Biotin is a member of the B complex family, but it is not actually a vitamin. It is a co-enzyme that works with vitamins. It is produced naturally in small amounts by the intestines. Biotin used to be known as Vitamin H. Biotin is found in many foods, including oatmeal, vegetables, peanuts, mushrooms, egg yolks, rice, nuts, spinach, potatoes and poultry and beef. Biotin gets its name from the Greek word bios, which means “life” and was first isolated in 1936. Biotin is water-soluble, so any excess will be eliminated in the urine.