Chlorella (Chlorella vulgaris) is a microscopic, single-celled plant
that grows in fresh water and is about the same size as a human blood
cell. It multiplies quickly, with a complete reproductive cycle every 20
hours. Chlorella is a green algae, drawing its color from an unusually
high amount of chlorophyll (more than any other known plant).
Chlorella contains an amazing amount of essential nutrients:
vitamins, macrominerals, trace minerals, essential fatty acids such as
GLA, complete proteins, nucleic acids (RNA and DNA), chlorophyll and a
vast spectrum of phytochemicals. Actually, scientists have not yet even
named all the nutrients found in Chlorella.
Country of Origin: Korea
Part used: Whole Plant
Appearance: Fine green powder
Solubility: Mostly soluble
Extraction/Drying Method: Spray-died
Health Function: Detoxification, Liver support, Immune support, Anti-inflammatory, Supports healthy blood sugar levels.