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Re: wheat grass


Yes, chlorella,superior to chlorophll. It's so highly concentrated. It soaks up toxins and filters blood, and it's highly alkaline. Chlorella, which wheat grass has, but chlorella by itself is much stronger. I just add both together because I have it. I find it so highly digestable and agreeable to my system. I was taking it to soak up candida toxins. (even Dr. oz said so!)
Chlorella is used to chelate mercury, but I don't take that much to do that, and even if it pulls a little, I certanly don't mind. the most I've taken is a packet of 3 grams..mgs.. but that's really nothing if you want to chelate.
 

 
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