Why should we talk about spirulina if pharmacies and the internet are overloaded with all sorts of food supplements? Because it's time to choose the best.
Why should we talk about spirulina if pharmacies and the internet are overloaded with all sorts of food supplements?
Because it's time to choose the best.
Problem 1. If we don’t want to be victims of advertising or pump ourselves out of unnecessary stuff, it would make sense to read the composition of what we put in our mouths, whether it’s food or a dietary supplement. It is often difficult to choose what is best to use. And we need to have time if we want to delve into the composition of food supplements, how many useful and how many unnecessary ballast substances are there. The next question is, will those elements really be active and easily absorbed by the body? One element is not enough, because to achieve a good effect, you need the whole complex, one element alone does nothing in the body. You can expect to get everything from food, … really? And eating piles of any supplements is an expensive and poor choice.
Solution. If a person could easily absorb the elements from spirulina, this cyanobacteria (blue-green algae) would be the way out, because it contains almost everything our body needs. So far, pharmaceutical companies have not invented a way to artificially combine more than 100 different elements into one tablet that are difficult to combine. Already 20 items are a challenge. And in spirulina, nature itself combined everything. It contains all the amino acids (essential and non-essential), polyunsaturated omega-fatty acids, almost all vitamins, minerals, and microelements. There are still large amounts of pigments important for humans: chlorophylls, beta-carotenes, phycobilins, which represent is phycocyanin, the most desirable element of many pharmaceutical companies due to its special properties of inhibiting the growth of antibiotic-resistant microbes, viruses (HIV and coronaviruses), inhibit cancer cell growth, manage pain and inflammation, modulate the immune system, promote cells renewal, inhibit collagen degradation. Phycocyanin is the super-element of the future.
Problem 2. Spirulina has an insurmountable membrane for human enzymes. In food supplements, spirulina is crushed to a powder, but this makes spirulina only partially absorbable, up to 5% of what we eat. We remove 95% of useful elements.
Splution - Open-cell technology. With the application of this technology to spirulina, there are no insurmountable coatings and membranes left for human, now all the useful elements in their natural form are easily accessible and absorbed by our body. There is already a product with Open-cell spirulina, in which the beneficial elements of cyanobacteria (blue-green algae), including phycocyanin, are "free", and honey is used as a safe and natural preservative, so the product is free of any chemicals.
is a mechanically crushed spirulina spiral. In the gastrointestinal tract, a person can absorb only as many nutrients as mechanically shredding spirulina damages bacterial cells. That is, only from the ends of the spirulina fragments.
Open-Cell technology allows to break down the spirulina shell and bacterial cell membranes. All nutrients from the cell enter a special liquid medium and are already ready for human absorption. Can be used in various forms: inhaled, sprayed through the multidisperse into the buccal mucosa (fastest effect) or absorbed from the soft form through the oral mucosa.