Chlorophyll can promote wound granulation of wounds such as cuts
Chlorophyll can promote wound granulation of wounds such as cuts, burns, and ulcers, and accelerate wound healing. Applying local chlorophyll coating to wounds and ulcers can dry the wound surface, accelerate the regeneration of granulation and epithelial cells, and obviously promote wound healing. The test results of Kubo in Japan also show that the use of chlorophyll and anticholinergic agents on ulcers caused by pyloric ligation in rats can significantly enhance the antiulcer effect of the latter. Chlorophyll copper also has the effect of protecting the stomach wall and anti-pepsin. Ingesting 90mg daily without any side effects, many countries have now used chlorophyll copper as a medicine.
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