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Cleanse, Oxygenate, Alkalize
The gastrointestinal system is the main “portal” for taking in and processing nutrients, and it also serves as a communication center and disease fighter. From your nervous and immune systems to your mental health and digestive function, a healthy gut plays a pivotal role in your overall well-being.
*Glycerin (Organic Flax/Coconut-Derived), Purified Water, Sodium Copper Chlorophyllin from White Mulberry Leaf, *Peppermint Essential Oil, *Lemon Essential Oil, *Lemon Balm Essential Oil, *Sweet Fennel Essential Oil, *Lemongrass Essential Oil, Citric Acid.
- Regulate digestion
- Boost immunity
- Clear skin
- Reduce bodily odors
- Neutralize toxins
- Cleanse heavy metals
- Balance pH
- Alkalize tissues
- Purify blood
- Support healthy liver function
- Replenish minerals
- Boost energy
- Fight oxidative stress
The intestine is the most highly regenerative organ in the human body, regenerating its lining, called the epithelium, every five to seven days. Continual cell renewal allows the epithelium to withstand the constant wear and tear it suffers while breaking down food, absorbing nutrients, and eliminating waste.
Trapped waste can potentially hinder this crucial cellular turnover, and may lead to uncomfortable and even damaging effects. Such waste can become toxic if not efficiently excreted and leach unwanted substances into the body. If the intestinal system cannot sufficiently or properly regenerate, damage to the lining may take place over time, thus allowing the stagnant toxins to improperly leach into other areas of the body.
Regulating digestion is thus one of the most vital components of our overall health, from the immune system to our mood to our cellular structures.
The intention behind the development of Detox was to regulate digestion and assist gastrointestinal health and rejuventation. For example, Peppermint oil has been known to sooth the muscles and lining of the gastrointestinal tract, thus helping relieve trapped gas and waste, while the chlorophyllin may neutralize trapped toxins along the way. Lemon oil is known for powerful detoxifying effects, and its constituents have a highly alkalizing effect on the body once they are broken down.
Suggested use of Detox is described in the section below the Deep-Dive. Please refer to the suggested use, as it is best to customize your servings based on your specific needs and biochemistry.
As an example, Marie utilizes detox to protect against the chemicals that run rampant in the environment and food supply. While Marie follows a healthy lifestyle and focuses on a nutritious diet for herself and her family, the fact remains that soils are depleted and unhealthy. Thus, the fruits and vegetables grown in such soil are not as nutritious or clean as many years ago. She chooses organic whenever possible, as organic produce contains more nutrients than non-organic. Though, she is aware that they are not necessarily free of pesticides and heavy metals. She is also aware of the many man-made chemicals we are inevitably exposed to daily.
Marie consumes chlorophyll water every day, ranging from 1 -3mL. Usually, she puts 2mL in a 24 ounce water bottle to drink while working.
While Marie specifically utilizes the product for the cleansing and cellular benefits, she also noticed a significant reduction in bloating. She has taken chlorophyll almost every day for a year, and she notes that she feels “lighter” and more energized on a regular basis.
The Punisher’s extraction scientist is thrilled to offer this as her first development in expanding beyond hemp and cannabis in her product formulations. She had a specific intention to create a great-tasting, phytonutrient-packed recipe targeting gut health and cellular restoration and protection. She developed this proprietary blend of botanicals via significant research in herbalism and medical journal publications, in addition to extensive experimentation.
Marie creates items that she confidently consumes for her health on a regular basis. Her family and friends use Detox regularly for everything from relieving bloat to reducing their toxic load to relieving constipation. Marie has been taking this product regularly for over a year, and it is a staple component of supporting her digestive and cellular health.
Chlorophyll amplifies the oxygen supply in the body on a cellular level, optimizing energy production, boosting overall metabolism, clearing impurities and cellular waste, and supporting a strong lymphatic system.
Peppermint has antimicrobial properties and is used for anti-nausea benefits and soothing effects on muscles, the colon and the gastric lining. Peppermint is rich in antioxidants and minerals.
A proprietary blend of phytonutrients supports detoxification, debloat, and digestion. The functional botanical blend includes lemon, lemon balm, sweet fennel, and lemongrass.
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How To Use
- Shake bottle well before each use.
- Drop 1 dropperful (1mL) into 12 – 16 ounces of purified water.
- Mix well.
- For best results, take up to 3 servings (3mL) in water daily.
Consistency is key to support overall health, and the benefits of Detox compound with cumulative use. Between 100 – 200mg (2-3mL) of chlorophyllin is suggested for daily intake. Do not exceed 300mg (5mL) per day.
Chlorophyll contains a green pigment and may stain fabrics, clothing, and surfaces. Pigment may stain teeth if not diluted properly. Use only as directed. It is normal for stool to be green upon consistent use of this product. For adult use only. Keep out of reach of children.
Your wellness needs will be custom to your unique biochemistry, environment, and daily routine. Questions about dosage and how to take Detox? We are here to support you. Reach out to us anytime!
Chlorophyllin is a water-soluble form of chlorophyll that may detoxify the harmful chemicals that run rampant in the environment and food supply. It demonstrates the ability to neutralize toxic compounds in addition to protecting cellular DNA. Chlorophyllin hinders carcinogen-induced DNA adducts via formation of complexes with the toxins, thus limiting the ability of such chemicals to bind and mutate normal cells. [1-10 in reference section “Properties of Chlorophyllin.”]
Detox is a potent source of antioxidants, which scavenge free radicals in the body. Free radicals are unstable atoms that can damage cells, causing illness and aging. Antioxidants interact with and neutralize free radicals, thus preventing them from causing damage.
Science-backed research is referenced below supporting the powerfully restorative benefits and preventative properties of chlorophyllin.
Chlorophyll is a pigment that gives plants their green color. Plants use chlorophyll along with sunlight to get their nutrients. Chlorophyll is chemically similar to hemoglobin, a protein that is essential in red blood cells as it carries oxygen around the body. One of the primary ways to include chlorophyll in the diet is by eating dark green leafy vegetables.
Chlorophyllin is a water-soluble form of chlorophyll. Chlorophyllin is derived from chlorophyll but bound to copper instead of magnesium. The water-soluble attributes of chlorophyllin may enhance absorption and utilization internally. Chlorophyll water is an convenient and effective way to boost your daily intake of this plant-powered green phytoactive.
This section contains scientific information about Chlorophyll and Chlorophyllin. We are not medical professionals or experts and do not and cannot attest to the accuracy of any of the information provided on this page. The statements on this page have not been evaluated or approved by the FDA. This information on published research is not intended to be used for nutritional or medical diagnoses or treatment. The information provided on this page is intended for general interest only. The information provided is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice. You should not rely on this information as a substitute for, nor does it replace, professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. If you have any concerns or questions about your health, you should always consult with a physician or other health-care professional. Do not disregard, avoid or delay obtaining medical or health related advice from your health-care professional because of something you may have read on this website. The use of any information provided on this page is solely at your own risk. The research, organizations, and studies mentioned on this page are not affiliated with our company. We are not responsible for, and we do not warrant or represent that the information in the published research is applicable to chlorophyllin’s use.
Chlorophyllin has been shown to detoxify toxins and deadly chemicals, in addition to protect DNA. Chlorophyllin provides defense against both natural and man-made chemicals that are increasingly prevalent in the environment and the food supply [1-3]. Chlorophyllin demonstrates the ability to bind to carcinogenic byproducts of aflatoxin metabolism, thus decreasing the bioavailability of such cancer-causing chemicals [4-5]. Studies demonstrate chlorophyllin’s potential to protect against the following types of cancer: oral, pancreatic, colon, bladder, breast, and stomach [6-10].
- Ferguson LR, Philpott M, Karunasinghe N. Dietary cancer and prevention using antimutagens. Toxicology. 2004 May 20;198(1-3):147-59.
- Williams DE. The rainbow trout liver cancer model: response to environmental chemicals and studies on promotion and chemoprevention. Comp Biochem Physiol C Toxicol Pharmacol. 2012 Jan;155(1):121-7.
- Nagini S, Palitti F, Natarajan AT. Chemopreventive potential of chlorophyllin: A review of the mechanisms of action and molecular targets. Nutr Cancer. 2015;67(2):203-11.
- Jubert C, Mata J, Bench G, et al. Effects of chlorophyll and chlorophyllin on low-dose aflatoxin B(1) pharmacokinetics in human volunteers. Cancer Prev Res (Phila). 2009 Dec;2(12):1015-22.
- Egner PA, Wang JB, Zhu YR, et al. Chlorophyllin intervention reduces aflatoxin-DNA adducts in individuals at high risk for liver cancer. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2001 Dec 4;98(25):14601-6.
- Vidya Priyadarsini R, Kumar N, Khan I, et al. Gene expression signature of DMBA-induced hamster buccal pouch carcinomas: modulation by chlorophyllin and ellagic acid. PLoS One. 2012;7(4):e34628.
- Konickova R, Vankova K, Vanikova J, et al. Anti-cancer effects of blue-green alga Spirulina platensis, a natural source of bilirubin-like tetrapyrrolic compounds. Ann Hepatol. 2014 Mar-Apr;13(2):273-83.
- Chimploy K, Diaz GD, Li Q, et al. E2F4 and ribonucleotide reductase mediate S-phase arrest in colon cancer cells treated with chlorophyllin. International journal of cancer. Int J Cancer. 2009 Nov 1;125(9):2086-94.
- Lihuan D, Jingcun Z, Ning J, et al. Photodynamic therapy with the novel photosensitizer chlorophyllin f induces apoptosis and autophagy in human bladder cancer cells. Lasers Surg Med. 2014 Apr;46(4):319-34.
- Smith WA, Freeman JW, Gupta RC. Effect of chemopreventive agents on DNA adduction induced by the potent mammary carcinogen dibenzo[a,l]pyrene in the human breast cells MCF-7. Mutat Res. 2001 Sep 1;480-481:97-108.
The studies below demonstrate the negative and detrimental effects of environmental toxins on our health. These toxins to which we are inevitably exposed can contribute to diabetes, heart disease, and cancer through induction of mutations to our DNA [1-5].
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- Jia G, Aroor AR, Martinez-Lemus LA, et al. Mitochondrial functional impairement in reponse to environmental toxins in the cardiorenal metabolic syndrome. Arch Toxicol. 2015 Feb;89(2):147-53.
- Lee HK. Mitrochondrial dysfunction and insulin resistance: the contribution of dioxin-like substances. Diabetes Metab J. 2011 Jun;35(3):207-15.