ChlorOxygen Benefits of Chlorophyll Supplement
February 27th, 2011 by Terry Carter

I wanted to add an update on the benefits of the supplement ChlorOxygen.

First off, what the heck is Chlorophyll?

Chlorophyll is the green pigment in plants that harnesses the sun’s energy in photosynthesis. Chlorophyll performs metabolic functions in plants such as respiration and growth.

OK, so why would I, who am NOT a plant, want to take it?

Well, if any of the following apply to you, that’s why:

  1. Alleviate suffering from high altitude sickness naturally and FAST! Symptoms of altitude sicknes include shortness of breath, headache, disorientation, nausea.
  2. Desire to increase red blood cell oxygenation – explains why it works so good on relieving altitude sickness.
  3. You’d like more life energy from a natural source that’s not caffeine or some other stimulant.

I think of ChlorOxygen as INSTANT ALTITUDE ACCLIMATION in a bottle – Just Add Water!

This is  a link to my personal story

SO WHAT’s the best brand to take and where do I buy it?

PURCHASE ChlorOxygen Regular

BUY ChlorOxygen Mint

Remember to use code IHE882 to save $5.00 to $10.00 off your first order!

Each ounce of Herb’s Etc. Chlorophyll Concentrate contains as much Chlorophyll as one or two 16 ounce bottles of other brands. Each ounce contains approximately 2,950 milligrams of Chlorophyll.

What makes ChlorOxygen Chlorophyll Concentrate such  an awesome product?

  • It is the best tasting chlorophyll on the market.
    More consumers choose ChlorOxygen for its mild yet tasty sweet grass taste over other chlorophyll brands.
  • It is preservative-free and alcohol-free.
    Since ChlorOxygen is low in water, it does not need preservatives like other chlorophyll products. It is also alcohol-free.
  • It is the only chlorophyll that doesn’t require refrigeration.
    ChlorOxygen is the only liquid chlorophyll on the market that doesn’t require refrigeration, which makes it way convenient. This is very helpful especially when traveling.
  • It offers superior value.
    ChlorOxygen is highly concentrated. It takes up to two 16 oz. bottles of the competition’s chlorophyll to equal a one ounce bottle of Chloroxygen. So you know you’re getting excellent value for your money with ChlorOxygen Chlorophyll Concentrate.

SUGGESTED Use: Each 36-drop dose delivers 100 milligrams of Chlorophyll Concentrate. Take 18-36 drops twice a day in 8 ounces of water.

Caution: Dark green stools may occur.  I have found this to be true when taking it for the first time or when I haven’t taken any in a while and consuming the maximum daily suggested amount.  However, the body seems to acclimate to this after a day or two and that side effect tends to diminish.

Chloroxygen is USA grown and manufactured by Herbs Etc.  It is organic, GMO-free, pesticide-free and BSE safe.

Consider this: over 60% of the dietary supplement ingredients currently come from China. Herbs Etc. is American, family run organic business.

16 Responses  
  • Linda C writes:
    June 6th, 201111:32 amat

    Hello. I want you to give me more information on how better ChlorOxygen is to Wheatgrass. Can I take both, Wheatrass and ClorOxygen at the same time? I have to build up my blood and my Immune System. Well, both of these product work?

  • Terry Carter writes:
    June 6th, 201112:26 pmat

    I’m not a doctor or licensed nutritionist (disclaimer)… but I don’t see any problem with taking both at the same time (again, check with your doctor). Personally, I’m not wild about drinking wheatgrass… It can get costly to do it on a daily basis as well. I know some people who went to the extreme of growing their own – their home looks like a greenhouse lol. If you are wanting to build up your blood / immune system, there’s PLENTY of other things you can do to help as well. I am working on a e’book/report and sister-site that will cover what I have learned so far.
    I know wheat grass, if freshly made like any fresh fruits and veggies has enzymes and other nutrients that are usually lost when processed so I wouldn’t bother spending my money on pre-packaged fancy drinks containing it.
    As far as the Chloroxygen goes – it’s made from stinging nettle – not a plant you’d really want to cultivate yourself – that’s the reason for using it. The chlorophyll. Which as I’ve explained in my posts is great for altitude sickness, increasing energy via oxygenating red blood cells, etc. Plus I find it’s very affordable and versatile in that you can add it to almost any beverage.
    Does that help answer your question?

  • Marilia writes:
    July 25th, 20112:48 pmat


    I´m taking Cell Food. I want to know if I can take both, Ceel Food and Chloroxygen at the same time. And I want to know if I can drop both in the same glass of water.

    Thanks a lot!


  • Terry Carter writes:
    July 25th, 20113:57 pmat

    Hi – I don’t see why not. I’ve tried Cell Food drops in the past and thought it had a peculiar taste. I recall getting a minor headache too. Of course people could say the same thing about chloroxygen.

    Everybody’s body chemistry is sensitive to different things. What works for one person may not for another.

    I don’t know if you saw my st patrick’s day comedy video where I invented a new drink using chloroxygen as one of the ingredients. I’ve also combined it with Shaklee’s Cinch tea – boy talk about major energy drink buzz – and without the scary chemicals!

    I say go for it and if you would, come back and comment on your experience with combining cell food + chloroxygen!

  • kim dean writes:
    October 9th, 201110:22 amat

    My energy is very almost lifeless. Doc is running test. Iron is low. Can this help for low iron?

  • Terry Carter writes:
    October 9th, 201111:16 amat

    You need to find out why your iron is low – there are many underlying causes – although the most common is insufficient intake in your diet. However, it could be due to poor digestion, ulcers, excessive use of antacids, etc. Strict vegetarians also have trouble with low iron. There are many symptoms besides low energy. If you do need to take an iron supplement, make sure it’s organic iron – cheap brands use inorganic sources which can oxidize Vit E. I could go on if I had time, but one thing I can recommend is check out a book - Prescription for Nutritional Healing by Phyllis Balch. Also, if you need to take a supplement, I would use Shaklee products.

  • emily writes:
    January 17th, 201210:33 amat

    I’ve a bottle of chloroxygen for some time now….. let’s say a couple years. Its been in the fridge…… is it still good to use or should I use it for the house plants and buy fresh?

  • Terry Carter writes:
    January 17th, 201211:55 amat

    Hmm… good question. They do have an expiration date on the bottles and unless it is preceeded by a ‘best by’ date, it just refers to the last day it can be sold.
    I am going to do a follow up video of what happens when you leave it in hot environments too much – not good. However, since you left it in the fridge all this time, I would bet it’s ok.
    Although it says it doesn’t require refrigeration, I’ve found that excessive heat DOES affect it. When the bottle I left in the car in hot florida weather too many times, i found that when I added it to water, it was a dark, ugly sort of green color – compared to a fresh bottle that has that bright, light green color. The taste wasn’t all that great either. In fact I felt just a little nauseous afterwards – although I can’t be for sure that was the culprit.
    Bottom line, put a few drops in a glass of water and notice the color…. then taste a little. I don’t think it will hurt you, but if the taste is off, I’d probably just give it to the plants – they probably wont mind. :-)

  • Regina writes:
    April 8th, 20122:41 pmat

    Is the liquid form better then the softgel form? Why or what is the significant difference?

  • Terry Carter writes:
    May 29th, 201212:39 amat

    Hi Regina – I haven’t tried the soft gel – for portability either has its advantages I suppose. Personally, I like being able to add it to water or other beverage as I like the taste and it gets my water intake at the same time.

  • rebecca writes:
    September 16th, 20127:32 pmat

    I have multiple sclerosis and I am wondering if I should take cell power and chloroxygen. I am not on any medication for my ms. in addition what actually is the benefit of taking chloroxygen besides enhancing energy?
    Thank you,

  • Connie writes:
    January 30th, 201312:21 pmat

    I have no energy at all. I have an extremely difficult time getting out of bed in the morning. My body feels so week and lifeless. I’ve always been very energetic but in the last year or so I just keep getting weaker. Dr ran test and find nothing wrong. I feel that it is my blood lacking something. I had atltitude sickness in the past after hiking Mt Rainier. That terrible weaknes that wouldn’t allow me to go more than a few feet without having to rest. That was extreme but what I’m feeling now is exactly the same feeling EVERYDAY to a much milder degree. Could it be a lack of oxygen to my body and will this product help me. Please,, I need help. I cant function like this everyday.

  • Terry Carter writes:
    February 4th, 201311:23 pmat

    I’m not familiar with cell power so I can’t comment on that. Chloroxygen is chlorophyll sourced from the stinging nettle plant. It has been shown to increase oxygen levels in one’s red blood cells.
    (I apologize for not responding timely fashion as I had taken a break from my blog and my notification email had not been updated so I didn’t see this until now)

  • Terry Carter writes:
    February 4th, 201311:31 pmat

    Hi Connie,
    When people say they have had the doctor perform tests, they usually aren’t specific. I am not a doctor, but I wonder if there aren’t some markers that haven’t been measured in your blood that might shed some light.
    You say up until the past year you’ve been very energetic. What changes or events have transpired in your life since last year?
    One’s wellness is not only influenced by physical or outside forces, but also mental, emotional and spiritual.
    Have you travelled anywhere where you may have been exposed to something or been bitten by something?
    Have you changed your diet or added or removed from it?
    Have you changed your lifestyle from an active to sedentary one before this began?
    Any new vaccinations around the start of this?
    Keep brainstorming for other possibilities.

    I would certainly try Chloroxygen. It’s a very minimal investment ($10.00). It’s not a drug, but basically just chlorophyll extracted from a plant. I have not heard of anyone being allergic to it, although in this day and age, there’s always someone who will claim they are allergic to life.
    Another supplement that has had a LOT of research in the last several years is that most everyone it turns out is deficient in vitamin D3.
    It is very inexpensive although you may want to get a liquid form as some people don’t absorb capsule forms as well.
    Hope I have provided you with some insight.

  • Tamara Johnson writes:
    September 19th, 20137:48 pmat

    Would this help in increasing my hemogloblin levels?

  • Terry Carter writes:
    September 22nd, 20133:20 pmat

    Tamara, I am not sure if it would help or not. I am not a medical expert. All I know is that chloroxygen helps with increasing oxygen in red blood cells. I don’t know if it helps in increasing the amount of red blood cells in the body or actually create more oxygen. (I amdonot have the FAQ on chloroxygen in front of me right now – did you read that yet?)

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