Chlorella and how to use it #herbs

Chlorella vulgaris 

Origin: Japan

Old wives tales:

Common uses: Immunity boosting algae.

Is a fresh water, single-celled algae. Chlorella emerged over 2 billion years ago, and was the first form of a plant with a well-defined nucleus only discovered in the 19th century by modern man.

Studies conducted on chlorella show that it can be used to reduces symptoms of ulcerative colitis and hypertension, health problems frequently occurring in women who have fibromyalgia.

Other studies show that daily consumptions of chlorella as a supplement may reduce high blood pressure, lower serum cholesterol levels, accelerate wound healing and enhance immune functions.

Prepared: Add to water and drink (i.e. shot glass). Blended in tea or supplement.  

Precautions: As a precaution, if you use chlorella every day, take a vitamin B capsule at least once a week as some European studies showed that Chlorella may weaken Vitamin B supplies in the body. Some individuals have experienced stomach discomfort after using Chlorella. If you experience symptoms of stomach discomfort discontinue using immediately.

This information is for educational purposes only and has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration.

This information is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

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