Chlorella is rich in protein (amino acids), vitamins, minerals and chlorophyll. A great food for athletes and good source of Vitamins B5 and B12 for vegans.

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Chlorella is known to help…

  • Strengthen the immune system
  • Flush toxins and remove heavy metals
  • Enhance skin regeneration
  • Lower cholesterol and blood sugar
  • Mop up free radicals to prevent disease
  • Cleanse the digestive tract
  • Keep the brain sharp

Chlorella is an excellent source of…

  • Protein
  • Iron
  • Vitamin B12
  • Vitamin C
  • Zinc

Drasanvi Chlorella is grown in clear fresh water, and carefully processed so that the abundance of essential nutrients can be easily absorbed.

Organic Chlorella powder (Chlorella vulgaris), 90 g/ 3.17 oz

Suggested Daily Serving:

1-3 teaspoons (3-5 g)

The daily serving suggestion is a guideline to help you get started. Try different recipes and see how they make you feel. Listen to your body, and when in doubt, consult with your trusted healthcare provider.

How do I use this?

Add to smoothies, water and juices
Stir into honey or natural maple syrup and add to breakfasts
Blend with garlic, olive oil, nuts and lemon juice for a fresh take on pesto

For best health results
Avoid heating; add to cool or tempered food
Take in conjunction with spirulina powder

Keep in a cool, dry place away from direct sunlight.

Precautions & Additional Information
We maintain the highest quality standards throughout the cultivation, collection and processing of the pure Chlorella Powder we use.

Side-Effects or Interactions:

Chlorella has no known severe, serious, or moderate interactions with other drugs.
If you are on blood-thinning medication or have thyroid conditions, please consult with your healthcare provider before taking chlorella.
Pregnancy & Breastfeeding

There isn’t enough research to know with certainty if chlorella is safe for women who are pregnant or breastfeeding.

Sufficient protein and nutrient rich food is needed during pregnancy and breastfeeding, to support your baby’s development and growth. Unfortunately much conflicting information exists about superfoods’ safety during pregnancy and breastfeeding. People may be understandably fearful of making recommendations which may (or not) harm a mother or baby. But how does that help you make healthy decisions for your baby?

We believe you know your body better than anyone else. With helpful nutritional advice, you can make the best decisions. But of course, there are always risks and when there is a tiny human involved we feel those risks more than ever. Remember that first and foremost, superfoods are just that… food. Consider that superfoods have been used for many decades – serious concerns would likely have surfaced by now. Never the less, use them in moderation and listen to your body. If any food or superfood give you adverse effects, stop taking it.