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Chlorophyll (from the Greek chloros - green and phyllon - leaf) is a green pigment of plant organisms that plays an active role in the processes of photosynthesis.

Chlorophyll has been used for medical purposes for a long time. Ancient healers used it to treat skin wounds. In dentistry, it is used to prevent caries and prevent the occurrence of bad breath.

In 1940, the medical journal "American Surgical Journal" published data on the effective use of chlorophyll to accelerate the processes of tissue regeneration after surgical interventions.

The study of the effect of chlorophyll on the microflora of the oral cavity allowed us to make an assumption about the direct relationship of chlorophyll to the production of oxygen, which is the strongest antibacterial agent. Having high antibacterial and antiviral activity, chlorophyll is safe to use both topically and when injected into the human body.

Israeli and Japanese scientists have convincingly proved the high effectiveness of the use of chlorophyll in various infectious diseases. In 1979, American oncologists noted the anticarcinogenic properties of chlorophyll.

K. Birscher (1980) showed the stimulating effect of chlorophyll on the cardiovascular, respiratory, urinary, digestive systems, activation of hematopoiesis. According to various authors, this effect is based on the activation of nitrogen metabolism in the body.

The studies carried out on the basis of the Hematology Research Center of the Russian Academy of Medical Sciences showed positive dynamics of immunological parameters in patients with an inflammatory reaction, a persistent decrease in its manifestations, improvement in the state of blood cells, a significant increase in the level of apoptosis of lymphocytes and peripheral blood erythrocytes.

Currently, Russian doctors have accumulated extensive experience in the use of chlorophyll in various diseases, including for the prevention of the tumor process, for recovery in the postoperative period and locally for the correction of skin lesions.
The history of the discovery of chlorophyll

The possibility of alcohol extraction of green pigments from plant leaves has already been described in the works of the French scientist J. Senebier in 1782-1800 In 1817 , the French chemists P. Peltier and J. Quantum was given the name chlorophyll to a green alcohol solution of a mixture of plant pigments. Parallel studies conducted by the Russian scientist K.A. Timiryazev and the German scientist N. Muller in 1872-1876 obtained experimental evidence of the participation of light absorbed by chlorophyll in photosynthesis processes. The main research of K.A. Timiryazev's works on plant physiology are devoted to the study of photosynthesis, for which he developed special techniques and equipment. K.A. Timiryazev, in the process of clarifying the dependence of photosynthesis on light intensity and its spectral composition, established that the assimilation of carbon from air carbon dioxide by plants occurs due to the energy of sunlight, mainly in red and blue rays, most fully absorbed by chlorophyll.

Application of chlorophyll

Chlorophyll is used in the pharmaceutical industry for the production of biologically active additives; in clinical practice for the healing of some wounds; in medicine for cleansing the blood and enriching it with oxygen; also chlorophyll, having a deodorizing effect, can be used as a means to eliminate unpleasant odors of the human body. Chlorophyll is good for human health. For example, it has been proven that it has anti-carcinogenic properties, due to its ability to reduce the activity of enzymes that cause the transformation of certain chemicals into carcinogens that destroy the body.

Chlorophyll is also an essential element for the removal of various kinds of toxins from the human body. Chlorophyll derivatives are used in medicine for photodynamic cancer therapy.

Chlorophyll is an antioxidant that is created by nature and helps protect cells from destruction and strengthen immunity. Due to the fact that once in the tissues of the body, liquid chlorophyll activates cellular respiration and saturates the body with oxygen, a person begins to feel full of strength and energy, as if he drank energy. That's just the benefit in this case is much more.

Statistics show that people who regularly used this product successfully got rid of complex pathologies. Chlorophyll has a beneficial effect on all body systems - gastrointestinal, urinary, respiratory and cardiovascular.

Useful properties of chlorophyll

Due to its beneficial properties , chlorophyll is used to treat the following diseases:

  • cardiovascular activity - myocarditis, varicose veins of the lower extremities, pericarditis, arrhythmia;
  • respiratory system organs - asthma, bronchitis, sore throat, pharyngitis, maxillary sinus inflammation, lung diseases, including tuberculosis;
  • nervous system - insomnia, nervous disorders, chronic fatigue, nervous and mental overstrain;
  • digestive system - dyskinesia of the bile ducts, colitis and pancreatitis at the chronic stage, metabolic disorders, dysbiosis;
  • musculoskeletal system - osteoporosis, gout, after injuries (fractures, bruises), inflammation in muscle tissue and joints;
  • oral cavity - stomatitis, various gum inflammations and others;
  • viral and bacterial infections - thrush, herpes, SARS;
  • hormonal disorders - diabetes mellitus, thyroid disorders;
  • anemia, postoperative conditions;
  • wounds and burns, inflammatory skin diseases, allergic reactions.