Spirulina is a blue microalgae, which has had a long history in human nutrition. The mineral makeup of spirulina is attractive as the iron level is 12 times higher than other food.
Botanical Name: Spirulina platensis
Spirulina is a blue microalgae, which has had a long history in human nutrition. The mineral makeup of spirulina is attractive as the iron level is 12 times higher than other food. Spirulina is also rich in magnesium, potassium, and calcium and is good for blood rejuvenation and the healthy function of bones and teeth. Spirulina absorbs sunshine, produces nutrients in the cell, and converts carbon dioxide into oxygen.
Product name: Blue algae spirulina powder
Particle size: Usually is 80~100 mesh, and finer powder can be tailor made.
Appearance: Dark green fine powder
Specs: 60% Min protein
Function: Immune & Anti-Fatigue
Certificates: ISO, HACCP KOSHER HALAL certificated; Organic Spirulina powder and tablet are also available.
It can help keeping body weight, keep suitable body shape
Can promote immune system and antioxidant activity
Can contribute to sound cholesterol levels
It can improve gastrointestinal and digestive health
It can support cardiovascular function
It can enhance natural cleansing and detoxification
Health food as superfood
Spirulina sp. has been used for a long time by people as consumable food in several parts of the world. Many food products can be produced by using Spirulina or their compounds, for instance, isotonic beverages, cereal bars, instant soups, pudding, cake powder mix, and biscuits (Andrade et al., 2018; Santos et al., 2016). In this sense, Spirulina sp. can be used as a source of protein and amino acids for malnourished people. Furthermore, Spirulina biomass can be used in foods because it has a GRAS certificate granted by FDA. The protein content in Spirulina can vary from 50% to 70%wt., since its synthesis can be manipulated or influenced by cultivation or environmental conditions, such as concentrations of nitrogen and minerals, light intensity, and climatic conditions . Most cyanobacteria, including Spirulina, are able to synthesize vitamin B12, also called cobalamin, a water-soluble vitamin that is involved in the metabolism of every cell function in human body; it is a cofactor in DNA synthesis and amino acid metabolism. People who have a vegan diet, such as vegans and vegetarians, are highly advised to consume Spirulina biomass as source of B12. In addition to the vitamin B complex, other vitamins such as vitamin K, vitamin A, isomers of tocopherols (vitamin E), as well as metabolic intermediates can be found in Spirulina biomass.
Some foods with added Spirulina biomass have been developed, including bakery Spirulina products with 2% of microalga, for example, rice pasta, sfogliatine, and grissini are produced by Microlife Nutrition in Italy. Novel yoghurt products containing high protein content, supplemented with 6% of Spirulina biomass and 10% of papaya pulp have been developed, too.
Among microalgal pigments, phycobiliproteins (phycocyanin and phycoerythrin) have an important role in the commercial and biotechnological sectors, with wide applications as natural dyes, food supplements, and antioxidants, and in biomedical and pharmaceutical areas. Phycocyanin mainly produced by A. platensis is used in the food industry as a colorant, especially in dairy and milky products (fermented milk, milk shakes, and ice cream), jellies, coated soft candies, soft drinks, health drinks, sour milk and green tea, confectionaries (blue smarties), desserts, and sweet cake decoration.
This can be made into tablets, capsules and powder form, these can prevent various of diseases
It can nourish and cure the skin
Recommend Dosage: There have been doses anywhere from 2-7.5 grams used and have shown benefit. But you can take more as desire for more protein.
Dark green powder
80 ~ 100 mesh
Heavy Metals (Pb)
Total plate count
Packing: Net 25KG/Fiber Drum.
Shelf life: Two years when keep in a tightly closed container, stored in a cool, dry, ventilated area.