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Bernard Jensen Chlorophyll Mint 16 OZ
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||Water, sodium chloride, peppermint extract (alcohol, water, peppermint oil), chlorophyllin copper complex (from alfalfa leaves Medicago Sativa), methylparaben and propylparaben.|
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5 of 5 found the following review helpful:
Bernard Jensen Products - Chlorophyll W/ Mint, 16 fl oz liquidOct 10, 2012
By William J. Borden
I like that the product comes in glass instead of plastic. However I'm concerned about the other ingredients found in most brands like this. i.e. glycerin, copper, and even peppermint. Although peppermint is good for digestion, if you're drinking this with water in between meals it might stimulate the unwanted production of stomach acid.
The bottle is designed in such a way that half of the product runs down the outside of the bottle when you try to pour some into a glass or teaspoon. I got around this by using a dropper.
It also doesn't say on the bottle what the source of the alfalfa is. I'm concerned about genetically modified foods and wonder if the alfalfa used in this product is genetically modified or not.
We should not be eating GMO's. If it doesn't say, I always assume that a product has GMO's in it but I could be wrong of course.
In my opinion all foods should be labelled by law as to whether they contain GMO's or not. All the bottle says is that it's made 'from the finest alfalfa leaves available'. That tells me nothing. All that is is marketing hype. It's probably not organic alfalfa. If it is, why wouldn't they put 'organic' on the bottle instead of the fluffy, meaningless words like 'finest available'.
I used the product several times per day for about 3 weeks and noticed no difference in how I felt. That really surprised me. My expectations were high because chlorophyll is supposed to be really good for you. That coupled with the concerns about GMO's got me to thinking that maybe I shouldn't be using this. It might be good but it might not be. I'm not willing to take a chance.
1 of 1 found the following review helpful:
Too salty for my tasteJul 26, 2011
By Laura Quave
I didn't care for this chlorophyl liquid as much as some others I tried. The mint flavor was weaker than some others I've tried, so it ended up tasting like salty grass with a touch of mint--not my preference at all! Others swear this one has lots of flavor and that's why they like it. I think if you are used to a lot of salt in your food and also drink a lot of salty colas, this will suit your palate better, but it was not for me.
Best Chlorophyll I've usedMay 09, 2014
By L. Cole
Pleasant taste, not to strong, really has given me more energy and acts as a natural deodorant. But a little underarm of your choice still helps.
Sodium contentJan 15, 2015
By veronica valladares
Review based solely on taste and sodium content. Unfortunately I won't go past my first serving, didn't notice this had like 20+ times more sodium than my usual chlorophyll, which was apparent upon tasting this stuff. I usually mix chlorophyll with chia and water but the saltiness was still extremely obvious.