Detoxifying, aiding digestion, supporting intestine flora, treating anaemia, regulating blood pressure, lowering bad cholesterol levels, easing stress, soothing allergies and inflammations.
Spirulina is single-cell cyanobacteria and one of the first life forms, which approximately 3,6 billion years ago started to release oxygen, slowly forming the present-day atmosphere. In nature it can be found in damp soil, marshes, fresh and salt stagnant waters, but it grows best in warm tropical seas. Dried on rocks by the lakesides it represented a food source for different cultures around the world (Mexico, African countries) long before it was cultivated. Today, it is cultivated in large freshwater ponds, then dried at low temperatures and mechanically ground into powder. Tablets are made under high pressure without adding any other substances.
- juice of 2 oranges
- 1 cup water
- 1 teaspoon spirulina powder
- pinch of Himalayan salt