Chlorophyll is a pigment that gives plants their green color. Plants use chlorophyll along with sunlight to get their nutrients.
- Acne. Early research shows that applying a sheet containing chlorophyll to the face for 30 minutes along with light-emitting diode (LED) irradiation reduces acne compared to the LED irradiation alone in young adults.
- Hay fever. Early research shows that taking chlorophyll for 8 weeks might reduce the use of medications used to treat hay fever but does not seem to improve symptoms of hay fever such as runny nose.
- Sores caused by herpes simplex virus (HSV). Early research shows that applying chlorophyll to the skin as a cream or solution improves healing and reduces the number of sores caused by herpes simplex virus infections.
- Shingles (herpes zoster). Early research shows that applying chlorophyll to the skin as a cream or solution reduces sores and improves recovery in people with shingles.
- Lung cancer. Early research suggests that injecting chlorophyll into the vein (by IV) along with the drug talaporfin, followed by treatment with laser therapy, might reduce cancer lesions in people with early-stage lung cancer. However, this effect appears to only last for 2 weeks.
- Swelling (inflammation) of the pancreas (pancreatitis). Early research shows that injecting chlorophyll into the vein (by IV) might reduce pain and other symptoms in people with chronic relapsing pancreatitis.
- Skin cancer. Early research shows that injecting chlorophyll into the vein (by IV) or applying it to the skin along with laser or light therapy reduces the recurrence of cancer in people with a common type of skin cancer called basal cell carcinoma.
- Bad breath.
- Wound healing.
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