Veriphyl is grown and extracted from acres of fescue grass fields.  Veriphyl is available in both liquid and powder forms, along with both water or oil soluble options. What truly sets Veriphyl apart from other chlorophyll extracts on the market, is that it is extracted from edible plant material.

From Seed to Supplement

The Veriphyl name is a combination of the Latin root words Ver and Veri,  meaning “true” and “genuine,” and the word phyl, which comes from the word chlorophyll. Veriphyl is a chlorophyll extract originating from fescue grass and is only extracted from edible plant material. Chlorophyll gives plants their green color. Plants use chlorophyll, along with sunlight, to get their nutrients. Chlorophyll, in nature is oil soluble and present in all green leafy vegetables.

Chlorophyllin is a water-soluble derivative of natural chlorophyll. It is relatively stable when exposed to heat  and light. Consumers may see “copper chlorophyllin” listed as an ingredient on supplement labels.

A little more about Veriphyl

Veriphyl is grown and extracted from acres of fescue grass fields.  Veriphyl is available in both liquid and powder forms, along with both water or oil soluble options. What truly sets Veriphyl apart from other chlorophyll extracts on the market, is that it is extracted from edible plant material. Veriphyl is extracted exclusively from fescue grass. All batches are 100% traceable to the field of origin and are produced without the use of pesticides. We are proud to present a quality, traceable ingredient to enhance your brand and meet your customers’ needs.

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Research

Abstract: Chlorophyll a and chlorophyll b are natural, fat-soluble chlorophylls found in plants. Chlorophyllin is a semi-synthetic mixture of water-soluble sodium copper salts derived from chlorophyll. Chlorophyllin has been used orally as an internal deodorant and topically in the treatment of slow-healing wounds for more than 50 years  without any serious side effects. Chlorophylls and chlorophyllin form molecular complexes with some chemicals known or suspected to cause cancer, and in doing so, may block carcinogenic effects. Carefully controlled studies have not been undertaken to determine whether a similar mechanism might limit uptake of required nutrients.

Supplementation with chlorophyllin before meals substantially decreased a urinary biomarker of aflatoxin-induced DNA damage in a Chinese population at high risk of liver cancer due to unavoidable, dietary aflatoxin exposure from moldy grains and legumes. Scientists are hopeful that chlorophyllin supplementation will be helpful in decreasing the risk of liver cancer in high-risk populations with unavoidable, dietary aflatoxin exposure. However, it is not yet known whether chlorophyllin or natural chlorophylls will be useful in the prevention of cancers in people who are not exposed to significant levels of dietary aflatoxin.

Source: Jane Higdon, Ph.D. (2004) Chlorophyll and Chlorophyllin. Retrieved from Oregon State University Linus Pauling Institute website:  https://lpi.oregonstate.edu/mic/dietary-factors/phytochemicals/chlorophyll-chlorophyllin

Shelf Life and Handling:

Store for 12 months from the date of manufacture at 60F/16C-80F/27C and <60% relative humidity in closed container. Avoid exposure to: air, direct light, moisture, high heat. For best results, use immediately after opening.

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