• Chlorella

Treating recurring problems with Chlorella: cold sores, mouth ulcers, constipation…


Chlorella can treat both chronic and occasional constipation. Its effects on intestinal activity are immediate and guaranteed – all you have to do is find the right dosage!

At the beginning of a Chlorella treatment for constipation, it may be necessary to take large doses (30-60 Chlorella tablets a day, maybe more). Once the intestine is functioning regularly, reduce the dose to around 10 tablets per day. This process could take several days or several weeks.

To help treat constipation, it is also important to drink plenty of water.

Labial herpes (cold sores) and mouth ulcers (canker sores)

By strengthening the body’s natural defenses, Chlorella helps prevent and eliminate outbreaks caused by dormant viruses. Painful and embarrassing cold sores, for example, usually appear suddenly and with little provocation, but they can be avoided by taking Chlorella.

Chlorella’s beneficial effects on the quality and resistance of membranes are noticeable by the end of a three-month treatment.


The anti-inflammatory power of Chlorella explains its ability to help reduce the effects of allergies.

Some people report that they no longer suffer from seasonal allergies as they did before taking Chlorella. In some cases, consumers have even stopped taking other allergy medications altogether. Thanks to Chlorella, they feel much more resistant to allergens and no longer need other treatments.

Transient depression

Chlorella often brings about a pleasant feeling of overall wellbeing that is difficult to describe.

This feeling of wellbeing, increased morale, or even euphoria can be explained by the high concentration of tryptophan in Chlorella (0.1-0.4 g/100g dried Chlorella).

Tryptophan is an essential amino acid that acts as a precursor to both serotonin, which is also known as the “happiness hormone,” and melatonin, which promotes good sleeping habits. Because of these effects, tryptophan can improve moods and lead to a better night’s sleep, which further helps fight the blues.

Because tryptophan is an essential amino acid, our bodies do not produce it naturally. It therefore must be obtained through the food we eat or through supplements such as Chlorella.

Note from the eChlorial team
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