Organika Chlorophyll for Bad Breath & Body Odor

Organika Chlorophyll Review

Organika Chlorophyll

Organika Chlorophyll
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          6/10

            Pros

            Cons

            Organika Chlorophyll is a product that’s been formulated to help control body odor and excess perspiration. Available as a chewable tablet or as drops, both formulations contain only one active ingredient – Chlorophyll, derived from the green pigment in plants. In this product, the Chlorophyll is sourced from mulberry leaves.

            Chlorophyll has long been regarded as a sort of “internal deodorant”, working to control body odor from the inside.

            What’s in Organika Chlorophyll?

            Each chewable tablet contains:

            Sodium Copper Chlorophyllin, 100mg – believed to be effective in reducing body, urine, and fecal odors, as well as relieving constipation and flatulence (gas), which could also contribute to foul-smelling breath.

            Other ingredients:

            Sorbitol, Xylitol, Microcrystalline Cellulose, Stearic Acid, Peppermint Leaf Powder, Magnesium Stearate, Silica, Maltodextrin

            Apart from Peppermint Leaf Powder, which is often used to treat flatulence and diarrhea, these additional ingredients are aimed at improving the taste of the chewable tablets (sorbitol and xylitol are natural sweeteners), or as part of the tablet manufacturing process.

            The liquid formulation: each 1ml (30 drops) contains:

            Sodium Copper Chlorophyllin, 60mg

            Other ingredients:

            Purified water, Sorbic Acid, Potassium Sorbate.

            Sorbic Acid and Potassium Sorbate are preservatives.

            How Do You Use Organika Chlorophyll?

            Adults should chew 1 tablet twice daily. If that doesn’t help, you can increase the daily dosage to 1 tablet three times per day. We were not able to establish whether this should be taken before, with or after meals.

            If you are taking the drops, you should add 1ml (about 30 drops) to a glass of water, and drink that 2 to 3 times a day. Again, there is no indication of whether this should be done before, during or after meals.

            The Cost

            A bottle of 100 tables costs in the region of $25 from various online retailers while a 100ml bottle of the liquid (for the drops) costs slightly less – around $22.  Organika does not sell the products directly to consumers from its website.

            Is There a Guarantee?

            You will have to establish whether the retailer from whom you make your purchase offers any kind of guarantee or what its returns policy is, as the manufacturer does not appear to have one.

            The Conclusion of our Organika Chlorophyll Review

            With only one active ingredient – Chlorophyll – the product relies purely on the reputation Chlorophyll has built up over the years as a sort of internal deodorant to deal with body odor.

            We were pleased to see that the tablets do not contain artificial preservatives, while the drops make use of natural organic compounds, Sorbic Acid, and Potassium Sorbate. The tablets also make use of natural sweeteners to improve their taste.

            We were concerned however that there were no precise details provided on the manufacturer’s website of when to take the product – before, with, or after meals.

            We were also surprised at the fact that the dosage of active ingredient in the liquid drops was so much lower than that in the tablets, yet the frequency with which the tablets and drops were to be taken was the same.

            Our final concern was the fact that the manufacturer does not guarantee the product itself, and you will have to rely on the returns policy of the retailer from whom you purchase it for a refund should Organika Chlorophyll not work for you.

            Brought to you by the health experts at Consumer Health Review.

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