I’m all for trying new things, which is how I stumbled upon Land Art Chlorophyll. I knew nothing about the benefits of Chlorophyll. I even confused Chlorophyll with chloroform. So, needless to say, I was uneducated but excited to try the Land Art Chlorophyll.
About the brand: Land Art:
Founded in 1992, Land Art is a family-owned business that produces and distributes liquid supplements. It is registered with the U.S Food and Drug Administration, licensed by Health Canada, and certified organic by Ecocert NOP. The team at Land ARt consists of professionals innovating and creating products. In Canada, they have over 70 products on the market. Every product goes through rigorous quality control testing from an independent lab.
About Land Art Chlorophyll:
As mentioned, I didn’t know anything about Chlorophyll. The Land Art Chlorophyll is extracted from high-quality non-GMO wild alfalfa.
The Land Art Chlorophyll is:
- non pasteurized
- does not use mulberry Chlorophyll which comes from silkworm excrements
What are the benefits of Chlorophyll in general?
You’ve probably heard that Chlorophyll plays an important role with plants in making them green and healthy. That was the extent of my knowledge about Chlorophyll. I knew it as good for plants, but was it good for people? Obviously, I didn’t just start taking it and did more research about it and supplements out there.
There is research now sharing that Chlorophyll also has vitamins, antioxidants, and therapeutic properties that can benefit people as well.
Chlorophyll has been researched and shown to reduce inflammation and bacterial growth in skin wounds. Many people have all mentioned benefits in their digestive system, but more research needs to be done.
There are plenty of natural sources of Chlorophyll, including wheatgrass, green beans, spinach, arugula, and peas.
My Experience with Land Art Chlorophyll:
Right off the bat, I was surprised with how green and thick Land Art Chlorophyll is. I knew it would be green, but it’s green. I mixed it with water and diluted it as instructed. To be clear, it doesn’t turn you green.
It’s easy to consume the Land Art Chlorophyll, and it tastes like spearmint. For the last few weeks, I’ve drank as suggested. The first few times, it took me a little while to get used to the taste, but after that, it tastes fine, and I’ve come to appreciate the spearmint flavor.
As far as “does chlorophyll work”? I do feel like my body feels better. It’s known for its anti-inflammatory effects, and I definitely feel like my body does recover faster. Oddly enough, I haven’t fallen in the last few weeks, so I can’t speak to the surface wounds. It could all be a placebo, but I do find I feel better when consuming it regularly.
Price: $18.99 for 31 servings
This is about the middle of the road for similar chlorophyll products.
Land Art Chlorophyll Conclusion:
In all, the Land Art Chlorophyll surprised me. I wasn’t expecting much, but I feel better, and my body recovers faster after using it. I’ll continue to use it. If you are not into drinking green things or drinks, you might be overwhelmed with the color. The spearmint does taste refreshing, though.
While I don’t think it’s the secret sauce to being the fastest ever, I do think anyone can benefit from the supplement. I hope more research comes out in the future, and I’m looking forward to seeing more information. As always, contact your doctor and see if it’s right for you.
Questions for you:
Have you tried Land Art Chlorophyll?
Have you tried Chlorophyll?