I tried Rite-Aid but they didn't have it! They didn't have Vitamin K either?I live in So.Cal
It's not the same as Vitamin K. I've bought liquid chlorophyll at a local health food store. By health food store I mean like a whole foods store or organic foods store. Maybe try a GNC if that doesn't work for you.
Vitamin K is potassium. It's not the same as chlorophyl.
I don't know that you need to buy chlorophyll tablets. It's what gives all green plants their green coloring. Everytime you eat a plant leaf, you eat the chlorophyll. They used to sell tablets for bad breath that were basically concentrated chlorphyll with sugar, so you might check the displays where they sell that. I can't remember what it was called, but they were little green buttons. Otherwise, chewing on parsley would suit the purpose as well. They don't sell vitamin K because it doesn't exist in pill form. Technically, it's fat soluble chemical used by the body for clot formation, and is available only as an injectable so far as I know. There is not any on the market for sale because you would not want to take it unless you needed it- anything close to an overdose would clot your blood all up, kill you in other words. People with disorders like Hemophillia take it by injection only when needed- not on a regular basis. Ordinary folks get it through their diet, and don't need any more than that.
vitamin K is NOT potassium. potassium is an element with the letter K. vitamins are not elements. (above answer wrong).chlorophyll is a green pigment found in plants. um if you want lots of chlorophyll, eat lots of salad, like spinach (dark green leafy plants).below is link on vitamin K:
Check your local health food stores. Or, go to Swansonvitamins.com Chlorophyll may contain some Vitamin K, but they are not the same thing.