Where does spirulina come from? Spirulina can be found growing naturally in the alkaline waters of many lakes, rivers, and ponds. However, it grows best in environments that have moderate temperatures and very high levels of sunlight


Spirulina is rich in a range of vitamins and minerals essential for maintaining a healthy immune system, like vitamins E, C, and B6.

Research finds that spirulina also boosts the production of white blood cells and antibodies that fight viruses and bacteria in your body.


Research finds that spirulina also boosts the production of white blood cells and antibodies that fight viruses and bacteria in your body.


Spirulina – Spirulina Maxima

Origin: China

Used part: Algae


For a long time, spirulina was considered an algae. However, it is now known that it is a bacterium, which by being able to perform photosynthesis, is then classified as cyanobacteria. Unlike common algae that are present in the marine environment, this is found in lakes with high pH. In other words, it can be said that it can only survive in alkaline waters, with pH between 10 and 11.

Used millions of years ago by the Indians and the Incas, in Africa and in Europe, spirulina has been studied for at least a couple of decades. With satisfactory results, it has been cultivated in Brazil in a natural way in the Pantanal. But also, in other regions, within appropriate ponds that after being developed go to industries that focus on the production of capsules.

Health benefits:

The anticancer properties of spirulina are scientifically proven, thanks to the large amount of beta-carotene found in it. People with high bad cholesterol level can also consume spirulina tea, which also works as antiviral.

Several vitamins are found in spirulina, mainly vitamin A, as well as many nutrients. Iron, Calcium, Magnesium and Phosphorus are some of the minerals contained in it, which also has a high number of micro minerals important for health. About 60% of the composition of the “seaweed” is protein, so it is often said that the rapid weight loss caused by the consumption of spirulina infusion does not harm health.

In weight loss spirulina acts in a special way, causing a feeling of satiety for a long period, avoiding the person feel the urge to eat so often. This happens thanks to the natural power of appetite suppressant that spirulina has, it coats the walls of the stomach as soon as it comes in contact with it, making it feel full. Spirulina tea also helps in digestion and contains many antioxidant properties, preventing the action of free radicals in the body.

Good Herbal Remedy:

  • Improves triglycerides and cholesterol
  • Improves allergic rhinitis and nasal congestion
  • Helps control hypertension
  • Purifies the body
  • Improves tiredness
  • Prevents premature aging
  • Helps in muscle recovery
  • Reduces inflammation
  • Prevents cancer
  • Prevents diabetes


Take two tablespoons of Spirulina (measured) before the main meals. (Twice daily). It can mix in water, juice or vitamins with milk.


The consumption of spirulina is contraindicated for individuals who have autoimmune diseases, such as rheumatoid arthritis and multiple sclerosis, pregnant women, infants and children. Some individuals may have side effects such as headache, sweating, nausea and difficulty concentrating. Before consuming spirulina, it is necessary to check the quality of the product.

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