Chlorocaps is a source of chlorophyll and vitamin K. Chlorophylls help promote a healthy digestive system.
The usual dosage is one capsule, three times a day with meals.
You can also use one capsule in an ounce of distilled water as a lavage for sinuses. It works very nicely for this problem. Chlorocaps should never be used if you are on blood thinning medication because Chlorocaps contain a fair amount of vitamin K.
Again, Chlorocaps is contraindicated if you are on a blood thinning agent.
Some doctors thought that Chlorocaps when it first came out had a problem because it was not “fat-soluble” chlorophyll. If you think this is true, I suggest you take a Chlorocaps capsule and place it in a glass of water. Observe how much of it stays on top of the water and how much dissolves in the water. You’ll see it is a combination of both fat and water-soluble fractions from chlorophyll because part of the capsule will dissolve and part of it will remain on the top of the water.
Again, intestinal health is the primary use for Chlorocaps.
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Each capsule supplies:
Vitamin A (as natural mixed carotenolds and palmitate) 1,000IU
Vitamin E (as d-alpha, beta, gamma, and delta tocopherols & d-alpha tocopherol) 2 IU
Vitamin K (as phytonadoine) 5 mcg
Chlorophyllins (from Mulberry leaf extract, spinach and vegetable culture + concentrate) 10 mg
Superoxide Dismutase (from vegetable culture) 30 mcg
Catalase (from vegetable culture) 30 mcg
RECOMMENDATION: One (1) capsule one (1) to three (3) times each day as a dietary supplement or as otherwise directed by a health care professional.
Contains: 90 Capsules