Coniferous sodium chlorophyllin

Raw material for cosmetics, pharmaceutical, food and other industries.


Coniferous sodium chlorophyllin is a concentrate of chlorophyll derivatives obtained from coniferous (mainly SPRUCE) extracts.


It contains water-soluble chlorophyll derivatives (chlorines, feophitins, feoforbides), coniferous paraffinic acids and fatty acids sodium salts and other compounds.


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Sodium chlorophyll stimulates the body's overall immunity. Studies have shown anti-oxidant, anti-inflammatory and antiviral effects.


(1) Kumar, S. Santosh, et al. "Scavenging of reactive oxygen species by chlorophyllin: an ESR study." Free radical research 35.5 (2001): 563-574.

(2) Yun, Cheol-Heui, et al. "Chlorophyllin suppresses interleukin-1 beta expression in lipopolysaccharide-activated RAW 264.7 cells." International immunopharmacology 6.2 (2006): 252-259.

(3) Benati, F. J., et al. "Effects of chlorophyllin on replication of poliovirus and bovine herpesvirus in vitro." Letters in applied microbiology 49.6 (2009): 791-795.