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Herbs, Etc. ChlorOxygen Alcohol Free - Mint 1oz

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Fast Acting Dietary Supplement

Builds red blood cells, Increases oxygenation, Boosts energy levels, Facilitates high altitude acclimation, Helpful for individuals who are: Fatigued, Short of breath, Looking to maximize lung function, Desiring better intestinal and digestive system health, Living or traveling to high altitude areas, Colostomy patients

Supplement Facts

Serving Size: 18 Drops
Servings per Container: 66

Directions for Use: Shake well before using. Take 18 to 36 drops in 8 ounces of water twice a day.

  •  
    Amount per Serving
    % Daily Value
  •  Sodium
     10 mg
     < than 1%
  •  Chlorophyll (Sodium Copper Chlorophyllins)
     50 mg
     *

* Daily value not established
These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

Other Ingredients
Sodium chlorophyllin copper complex extracted from Stinging Nettle leaves, distilled water, vegetable glycerin and natural flavors (menthol, vanilla extract, peppermint and spearmint essential oil and citral from citrus). No artificial colors or preservatives are ever used. It is water soluble for maximum absorption.


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Energy Increasing Power Supplement!
I live in the mountains where there is a lower level of oxygen available and so when guests come to visit me they often get altitude sickness. Every time I give them a dose of this supplement in water they start to feel better immediately! They can even go out and hike with me if I put a dose into their water bottles. I also use it for the boost in energy and oxygen it gives me whenever I want to get in a good work out. It works like a charm every time!

5/23/2012 3:52 PM
Nutritionist
Catrina Marie McFate, Holistic Health Coach, North Boulder Pharmaca


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