Definitions for "Chlorophyll"
Literally, leaf green; a green granular matter formed in the cells of the leaves (and other parts exposed to light) of plants, to which they owe their green color, and through which all ordinary assimilation of plant food takes place. Similar chlorophyll granules have been found in the tissues of the lower animals.
any of a group of green pigments found in photosynthetic organisms. Chlorophyll a and chlorophyll b are found in higher plants and green algae; chlorophyll c is found in certain types of marine algae. Chemically, it has a porphyrin ring with a magnesium ion bound to the four central nitrogens, and has a phytyl side chain. It is essential for photosynthesis in most plants. Chlorophyll a has formula C55H72N4O5Mg.
The green pigmentation of the plant leaves
has been used traditionally to improve bad breath, as well as to reduce the odours of urine, faeces, and infected wounds. Chlorophyll has anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, and wound-healing properties. Historically, chlorophyll was used for gastrointestinal problems, such as constipation, and to stimulate blood cell formation in anaemia.
Nourishing, detoxifying and healing.
Keywords:  insomnia, sedative
Insomnia Sedative
Keywords:  loam, shoot
loam shoot
Keywords:  spores, intestines
Intestines Spores