Young pHorever™ ChloropHeal with Mint
Chlorophyll is often referred to as the blood of the green plant. No wonder nothing compares to chlorophyll when it comes to building your blood. In fact, if you look at the molecular structure of your hemoglobin you'll find that the core structure is identical to chlorophyll, except for the center atom—Magnesium in chlorophyll and Iron in heme.
Other Ingredients: Vegetable Glycerin, De-ionized Water, Peppermint Oil and Potassium Sorbate (as preservative).
the best chlorophyll
Posted by Jamil on 18th Nov 2016
Works better than any brand I've come across.
Why did the price more than double?
Posted by Linda on 1st Jun 2016
I believe I paid $12.50 cents several months ago. Now the price is $27.95m!!!!!
ChloroPHeal - Superb...
Posted by Bill H... on 5th Oct 2015
Very alkalizing - energizing- the best...
Posted by Unknown on 30th May 2015
I add this to my green drink and it is so good!!
Posted by Eric on 15th Dec 2014
I noticed a difference from day one. This is noticeably different than any other chlorophyll product out there. I fully recommend this to anyone.
Not the Same "ChloropHeal" as priviously sold by pHMiracleLiving.com
Posted by Unknown on 11th Dec 2014
I went to the pH Miracle Living website and clicked on the product--4 oz. (dropper bottle) ChloropHeal with Mint that I have bought many times in the past. I was redirected to this new phmLife website with the 16 oz. bottle of ChloropHeal that I mistakenly thought was the same product. It is not. The new ChloropHeal not only contains Vegetable Glycerin but also contains Potassium Sorbate (as a preservative). These "other ingredients" were not shown on the phmLife website. I really do not know what to do with this bottle of product that I will not use. I am very disappointed, because I had trusted this product line to be outstanding quality.
Now chlorophyllin. Used to be chlorophyll.
Posted by Linda Beach on 26th Oct 2014
I am really puzzled and dismayed that Chloropheal is now chlorophyllin. Chloropheal used to be chlorophyll. Why the change?
The taste IS far better than another brand I had used. The consistency is almost syrupy. I find it to be slightly sweet. The price is hugely more than other brands. I found what looks to be a comparable brand for $8.00. Why the huge difference in price?