Chlorophyll is a natural green pigment found in green leafy vegetables, some algae, wheatgrass, green tea, potatoes, and some herbs. It’s been known to treat a variety of ailments, including bad breath, hay fever, acne, and even skin cancer. But are there actually benefits to chlorophyll supplements?
The Natural Medicines team is ahead of the curve in evaluating clinical findings to provide evidence-based recommendations on the safe and effective use of chlorophyll.
In a newly published New York Times article, Natural Medicines editor Dr. Chelsey McIntyre contributes expertise on the efficacy of chlorophyll. Read the full story here.