Spirulina

Spirulina is a blue algae which is enriched with nutritional substances such as amino acids, which we cannot be generated by our body.

  • Soft gelatin capsule

Spirulina

Spirulina is a blue algae which is enriched with nutritional substances such as amino acids, which we cannot be generated by our body.

  • 01 OVERVIEW
  • 02 WHAT'S IN IT?
  • 03 INDICATIONS
  • 04 HOW TO USE
  • 05 AVAILABLE IN
  • 06 EXTRA INFO
01 OVERVIEW

Spirulina is a blue algae which is enriched with the nutritional substances such as amino acids which we cannot be generated by our body.

02 WHAT'S IN IT?

Each softgel of Spirulinacontains :Spirulina extract : 500 mg

03 INDICATIONS

Provide essential amino acids, vitamins and mineral supplementation.

04 HOW TO USE

One capsule 3 times daily.

05 AVAILABLE IN

Laos

06 EXTRA INFO

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Spirulina

Frequently Asked Questions

Spirulina is a blue-green alga, which is enriched with the nutritional substances such as amino acids which cannot be generated by our body. Our product SPIRULINA is an extract of this alga and is a great dietary supplement and provides all the necessary amino acids, vitamins, and minerals.
You can take 1 capsule of SPIRULINA three times daily.
Some studies have shown that SPIRULINA can lower the cholesterol values in individuals with high cholesterol values. However, consult the doctor before giving SPIRULINA to your mother.
In arthritis, the joints of the individual are inflamed, which result in soreness, pain, and stiffness. In such cases, SPIRULINA can be beneficial as it can reduce inflammation due to its anti-inflammatory properties.
SPIRULINA is rich in carotenoids, which provides good amount of vitamin A. Vitamin A plays an important role in maintaining vision and helps reduce the risk of vision loss. However, if vision is compromised to a greater extent, consult a doctor before giving SPIRULINA.
No, SPIRULINA is not recommended for individuals who are on blood thinners, as it can increase the risk of bleeding.
Phenylketonuria is a rare condition in which the amino acid, phenylalanine cannot be metabolised. SPIRULINA is rich in all amino acids, including phenylalanine; hence, you should avoid taking SPIRULINA.
SPIRULINA is not safe for people who are allergic to seafood, seaweed, and other sea vegetables.
Pregnant and lactating women can take SPIRULINA only under medical supervision.
You can store SPIRULINA in a cool, dry place.
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