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Spirulina

Definition:
Spirulina is a type of blue-green microalgae, considered to be a rich source of chlorophyll, protein, essential fatty acids and beta carotene. It has an impressive array of vitamins, minerals and amino acids and is generally used as a tonic, nutritive or blood purifier.

Applications:
Compromised immune system, liver disease, digestive problems, blood disorders, debilitated conditions, malnutrition, athletic endurance, diabetes and anemia.

Recommendations:
Spirulina comes in capsules, tablets, powders, flakes, freeze-dried crystals and extracts. Pre-measured packets must be mixed with liquid using a blender.

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