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Liquid Chlorophyll? Which is the best brand to use as a bad breath remedy & how much of it should I use daily?

December 20th, 2008 . by admin

I've heard liquid chlorophyll can help w/ bad breath and even b.o.? Which is the best brand to get (or are they all the same?)? And how do I go about using it for the bad breath and b.o.? Do I just follow the instructions on the bottle? Any advice is appreciated. Thanks! :)
I use World Organic Liquid Chlorophyll, they have it with and without a mint flavor. Yes just follow the instructions on the bottle, you can also just use it as a mouth rinse to strengthen your gums if needed. It taste pretty nasty, and be careful because it is really green and it can stain clothing. (It cost between $4-$8)

4 Responses to “Liquid Chlorophyll? Which is the best brand to use as a bad breath remedy & how much of it should I use daily?”

  1. comment number 1 by: Jerome A

    For me, el cheapo, I use the NOW brand. Please follow the instructions on the bottle. I've used them all the pills and liquids, now it's price consideration. But please follow the directions, I took more than what I should have and well it's a great colon purging product also.
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  2. comment number 2 by: nat

    I like Herb's Etc. Chloroxygen. It is highly concentrated, so a 1oz botlle = 2 16 oz. bottles of the regular stuff. It is much easier to use and take with you, if you need to. Also, the chlorophyll is derived from nettles, instead of alfalfa (which most companies use). Alfalfa can be harder to digest for some people.

    http://www.herbsetc.com/Shopping/c/chlorophyll_concentrate.htm
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  3. comment number 3 by: Karen K

    Go to a health food store and buy the kind with mint flavor.Put about a finger's thickness in a glass and fill with water. It oxygenates the blood and is very good for altitude adjustment.
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  4. comment number 4 by: Carrie 6

    I use World Organic Liquid Chlorophyll, they have it with and without a mint flavor. Yes just follow the instructions on the bottle, you can also just use it as a mouth rinse to strengthen your gums if needed. It taste pretty nasty, and be careful because it is really green and it can stain clothing. (It cost between $4-$8)
    References :

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