Blue-green Algae

Blue-green algae belonging to microscopic organisms naturally grows in akes and streams. It is technically known as cyanobacteria. Blue Green Algae may probably be the oldest or first life forms in the world and it is very rare, usually present in low numbers. The warm, shallow, undisturbed surface water which receives a lot of sunlight is the perfect environment for blue-green Algae to grow. When this environment exist, they can form blooms which can discolor the water or produce floating rafts or scums on the surface of the water.

As the most nutrient-dense and perfectly-balanced wholefood, blue-green algae contains rich content of vitamins, minerals, amino acids, essential fatty acids and live enzymes.

Over 80% of the oxygen in the earth and the staple diet for countless plants and animals are all provided by Algae. In the best alkaline lake, such as Upper Klamath Lake, Oregon, USA, we can find the best wild blue-green algae. Owing to the lava silt, there are rich and wide range of minerals in the lake. There are rich amounts of vitamins, minerals, amino acids, anti-oxidants and essential fatty acids in beta carotene, and antioxidant. There are also high content of Chlorophyll, and Vitamin B12. These can promote physical and mental well-being.

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