This microalgae, sometimes nicknamed blue algae, is one of the oldest forms of life to appear on our planet. Its botanical name is Aphanizomenon Flos Aquae (AFA).
According to various testimonies, a general feeling of physical and emotional well-being.
Compared to its cousins spirulina and chlorella, the subtle klamath is the only microalga available today to evolve spontaneously in a natural lake.
Every year, rain and snow falling across the entire expanse of South Oregon's waterfalls drag tons of mineral-rich soil down to Upper Klamath Lake located in the Klamath Falls area at 1200m altitude, without highway pollution or industrial contamination. This ecosystem of pure water, clean air and intense sunlight provides an ideal environment for the growth of a unique food: the wild microalgae Aphanizomenon flos aquae, more easily known as klamath. This blue microalgae grows in a unique protected ecosystem: Klamath Lake.
The Klamath acts both mentally and physically thanks to the Vit. B1 and B12 which help keep the nervous system healthy.
It contributes to the normal functioning of the immune system thanks to its richness in vitamins A, B9, B12 and E.
It has a beneficial effect for the eyes: Vit. A contributes to the maintenance of normal vision, Vit. B9 protects the eyes.
It also has a beneficial effect on the cardiac system thanks to its richness in Vit. B1 (normal heart function), in Vit. E and K (help maintain a healthy heart).
Dilute 2 g or 1 tsp in water, flavored or not (fresh herbs, cardamom, citrus zest).
To optimize the beneficial effects, make this preparation the day before.