Fun fact: Chlorine is concentrated mainly in the skin (30-60%).


  • Chlorine is involved in the regulation of osmotic balance (osmotic balance ensures that optimal concentrations of electrolytes and non-electrolytes are maintained in the body).

  • Plays a key role in water-salt metabolism.

  • Part of hydrochloric acid (the main component of gastric juice) and aids the digestive system.

  • It is necessary for healthy functioning of the brain, nerves and muscles.

  • Chlorine helps to rid the body of toxins and reduces fat in the liver.


Check out Macro-nutrients & Micro-nutrients for RNI (Reference Nutrient Intake).

Chlorine is a micro-nutrient.


Or-ways products that contain Chlorine

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% used are based on 19+ year old requirments

mg = milligrams

mcg = micrograms


All herbs on the list contain small amounts of Chlorine, other sources are needed to reach your daily intake goal.



Dandelion leaf

Dandelion root

Raspberry leaf (Available soon)

Superfood Powders


Other good sources of Chlorine.

Seaweed, rye, tomatoes, lettuce, celery, olives, coconut, avocados, dates, turnips, lettuces, kale, kelp/dulse, celery, tomatoes, potatoes, apricots, orange juice, pineapple, watercress, raw white cabbage, spinach, asparagus, cucumbers, parsnips, carrots, onions.