Chlorella is a common alga, especially in freshwater rivers, and lakes in Equatorial Africa, and Asia. This aquatic plant has some truly therapeutic properties: many of them thanks to chlorophyll, which detoxifies and purifies our body, improves intestinal function, but also strengthens and protects the liver and the immune system. Chlorella has antioxidant properties and, according to some studies, can protect us against many illnesses. Chlorella is a single-cell organism, and its walls make digestion difficult. In powder form, its cell walls are broken down, making chlorella 100 % absorbable by our body.