Chlorella is the best natural source of chlorophyll, proteins and minerals.
This unique single-cell green alga contains a wealth of protein. But its biggest treasure must surely be the
concentrated vitamins, especially B, C, E and beta-carotene, which has been recognised as the world’s most
potent natural detoxifier. Chlorella also contains all major minerals, such as calcium, potassium, iron,
magnesium and others, which are difficult to consume enough of through regular diet.
• Cleans the intestines and improves digestion by regulating defecation.
• Boosts immunity by protecting against viruses and bacteria.
• Heals gastric mucosa inflammation, stomach and duodenum ulcers.
• Supports the functioning of brain and liver.
• Reduces the level of sugar in blood.
• Effective in preventing malign diseases and helps in healing them.
• Chlorophyll alleviates indigestion, bad breath and acne.
• It accelerates the elimination of toxins and heavy metals.
• It helps to cure hangovers, because it positively impacts the health of liver.
• It relieves bodily discomfort, tiredness and anaemia.
INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE
We recommended two tablets three times daily (before or after meals).
DIFFERENCES BETWEEN ORGANIC CHLORELLA AND SPIRULINA ALGAE
• Spirulina is a priceless source of vitamins and minerals, but has less detoxifying effect.
• Chlorella also contains vitamins and minerals, albeit to a much lower degree than spirulina, but is an
incredibly potent detoxifier for heavy metals and other poisons – because it binds with them in the body. We
recommend combined consumption of both types, to get the benefits of both – a substantial amount of
vitamins and minerals and detoxification.
DIFFERENCES BETWEEN ORGANIC AND CONVENTIONALLY GROWN CHLORELLA
1. Organic algae is (and must be) grown and processed in accordance with organic standards. In agreement
with these strict standards, its manufacturer must also set up a system of quality management, control and
2. Organic algae cannot contain synthetic chemicals and must not be genetically modified.
3. Organic algae must be grown in line with strict water source and environment requirements.
4. Organic algae must be certified by an authorised organic supervisory body.