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Free sample of Sun Chlorella

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9y, 1w agoFound 9 years, 1 week ago
For the health conscious
free sample of Sun Chlorella - derived from natural plant, contains many nutruients beneficial for good health

This is my first ever deal posted so please excuse any mistakes and be gentle with me
thanks
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#1
Tried it 3 times but internet cannot display the web page. Hope its successful with others
#2
I've just tried it the same happens to me. Is it the correct link??
#3
Just read the title, thought it said free Sun Chollera.. didn't realise they'd gone into that product stream lol


too many http://'s in the link, use the below:

http://www.sunchlorella.co.uk/sample.html
1 Like #4
Here's the correct link:

http://www.sunchlorella.co.uk/sample.html

;-)
#5
thanks stevieboy for correcting link, dont know why mine is not right. i did copy and paste it!
#6
What is chlorella?
The History of Chlorella

Chlorella is a species of microscopic, single-cell, green algae that grows in fresh water. Research indicates that chlorella emerged approximately 540 million years ago when it diverged from chlamydomonas (unicellular green algae). This incredible small plant has withstood all Earth’s weather and climate conditions and continued to survive maintaining its nutrient integrity. This is down to its protective and tough cell wall.

Since chlorella is so small, it was not discovered until the end of the 19th century, when it was named after “chlor” which means “green” in Greek, and “ella” which means 'a small thing' in Latin.

Nutrients of Chlorella

Chlorella is a 100% natural, organically pure, nutrient rich, whole food. Warmed by the sun, it grows phenomenally quickly and gram for gram contains a concentration of nutritional components such as vitamins and anti-oxidants including vitamin A, chlorophyll, vitamin B12, vitamin D and folic acid. It is also rich in nucleic acids and Chlorella Growth Factor (C.G.F.).

Chlorella is one of the most scientifically researched foods and has many clinically attested health benefits. Although it has yet to gain popularity in the UK, it is claimed that an incredible 30% of the Japanese population take chlorella regularly, where it is regarded as a whole food.

At Sun Chlorella we specialise in the research and development of chlorella and other natural nutritional supplements. We believe our chlorella supplements to be the very best quality for your health.

Chlorella is a natural nutritional supplement
rich in nutrients that the modern diet may lack
#7
Thanks!
#8
Thanks rabialioness for the post, rkhanmoh & steevieboy4u for the correct link and shibi din for the extra info.

X10
#9
rkhanmoh
Just read the title, thought it said free Sun Chollera.


LOL, nice to know I wasn't the only one!

:giggle:
#10
i can't find where to locate the sample when i'm on the site :(
#11
rkhanmoh
Just read the title, thought it said free Sun Chollera


I was just about to say the same!
#12
Thanks
#13
Why is eveyone saying thank you, i there is no free sample on this website that i can find the only thing i can find free is the newsletter if you sign up. Could someone please help me find the free sample.
#14
cooltaz
Why is eveyone saying thank you, i there is no free sample on this website that i can find the only thing i can find free is the newsletter if you sign up. Could someone please help me find the free sample.

Glad to know that there is someone having the smae problem like me :)
Can't find any free samples.
#15
siewmk
Glad to know that there is someone having the smae problem like me :)
Can't find any free samples.


Me neither
#16
Any relation to the OTHER cholera? I don't know if I could drink this....

What is cholera?

Cholera is an infectious disease caused by a bacterium that affects the absorption of water in the small intestine.

In severe cases it produces violent diarrhoea within only a few days. The dangerous aspect of cholera is the vast loss of fluid that can occur in a short space of time. It is particularly dangerous in children in developing countries.

If untreated, the loss of fluid can be fatal within 24 hours of developing the disease. On the other hand, treatment is simple: replace the fluid with the right mix of sugar and salts - water alone is not adequately absorbed.

However, bad cases do require admission to hospital where fluids can be administered straight into the bloodstream via a drip.

Cholera is not really a tropical disease, but is related to standards of hygiene and the quality of drinking water.
#17
They only mention about their samples here:
"Good Housekeeping
The June edition included the "summer chequebook" featuring a free sample offer for Sun Chlorella "A" tablets."
Nothing else :thinking:
#18
maybe it ran out and they took it down?

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