Liquid Lithuanian Spirulina is a combination of natural fresh Spirulina platensis biomass and fructose. The product is rich in phycocyanin, chlorophyll, superoxide dismutase, gammalinolenic acid, carotenoids, β-carotene, zeaxanthin.
Fresh liquid Spirulina is considered to be of the highest quality, i.e. used in products without heat and physical treatment. Fresh liquid Spirulina is up to 10 times more effective than processed Spirulina. Unlike dried Spirulina products, almost all of the nutritional benefits of blue-green algae are retained.
Spirulina balances the intestinal microflora, intensively removes toxic substances from the body, strengthens muscles, increases activity, increases endurance, reduces fatigue, stimulates metabolism, improves liver function, and strengthens the nervous system.
The special substances contained in Spirulina platensis – bioprotectors, biocorrectors and biostimulants – are not found in any product of natural origin.
Use and storage:
Take about 10 grams per day with food or liquids. The product is sweet (thanks to the natural preservative – fructose), so the daily dose can be diluted with 100 g of drinking or mineral water and consumed throughout the day. Enough for 30 days. It is not advisable to take it in the evening, because spirulina increases vitality and can interfere with sleep. Store at a temperature not exceeding +20 degrees, out of the reach of children, protected from light. When opened, store in the refrigerator.
Shipping and returns:
In Europe, the products are delivered within 3-5 business days after payment is received. Products can be returned within 14 days from the date of purchase (only if the products have not been opened and are delivered in undamaged original packaging).
Read more about the delivery and return of goods in the Rules for the sale of goods.
This is very important to know!
The quality of Spirulina is determined by the total amount of the blue pigment phycocyanin in the biomass. The higher the amount of this pigment in the Spirulina biomass, the more effective the Spirulina is.
We would like to note that the European market is dominated by imported Spirulina. Most often, these are cheap, low-quality and questionable products with a low, barely 1-5% content of phycocyanin. It is not worth talking about the positive effect of such Spirulina on the human body, because the activity of Spirulina biomass is manifested when it contains at least 12 percent of phycocyanin.