Spirulina meets seamoss in this delicious, nutritious gummy!
Spirulina is believed to be on one of the oldest life forms on Earth. It was used by the ancient Aztecs as an endurance booster to be taken with them on long marathon type runs. Spirulina is a good source of thiamine (vitamin B1), riboflavin (vitamin B2), niacin (vitamin B3), copper, and iron.
Spirulina contains plant-based protein called phycocyanin. Research shows this may have antioxidant, pain-relief, anti-inflammatory, and brain-protective properties. Additionally phycocyanin gives spirulina anti cancer properties. This plant pigment (Phycocyanin) gives spirulina its blue-green color and has been found to not only reduce inflammation in the body, but also block tumor growth and kill cancer cells.
Another plus to spirulina is it lowers your body's absorbtion of cholesterol, which helps reduce strain on your heart by keeping your arteries clear. It also reduces triglyceride levels, reducing risk of diabetes, heart disease, and pancreatitis.
Spirulina increases nitric oxide production in your body as well, which helps your blood vessels relax. Studies show that this can reduce your blood pressure, lowering your heart disease risk.
The anti-inflammatory effect caused by spirulina’s antioxidants may help people with allergies caused by pollen, animal hair, and dust. One study found that symptoms like congestion, sneezing, and itching were reduced significantly in participants, suggesting that spirulina may be a good alternative to allergy medications.
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.
Laboratory studies show that spirulina can fight herpes, flu, and HIV — though much more research is needed to test these effects in humans.
Spirulina is concentrated with zeaxanthin, a plant pigment that may reduce the risk of cataracts and age-related vision loss.
Its antibacterial properties may also help promote good oral health. One study found that spirulina-enhanced mouthwash reduced dental plaque and the risk of gingivitis in participants. Another study showed it lowered the risk of oral cancer in people who chew tobacco.
Spirulina is a good source of thiamine (vitamin B1), riboflavin (vitamin B2), niacin (vitamin B3), copper, and iron.
Seamoss contains 90% of the nutrients your body needs (92 of the 102 vitamins and minerals our bodies need daily). Seamoss works by giving our body 90% of what it needs to function, our body then converts that and does the rest! Therefore seamoss is known to cure/prevent so many diseases, from cancer, to skin inflammations, to diabetes, and the list goes on!
These gummies contain over 85% seamoss, 8% spirulina, and 7% coconut sugar. Each bag contains enough gummies to last you 7 days.
Eat 8+ gummies per day to absorb the 92 vitamins and minerals (recommended to eat in the morning on an empty stomach to get the best absorption of the minerals).
Information pertaining to Spirulina sourced from WebMD