Grown in the USA without pesticides or
herbicides and carefully dried at low temperatures to retain
lifeforce, enzymes and other heat-sensitive elements, Spirulina is
an exceptional food and an incredible source of full-spectrum,
non-toxic absorbable nutrients. As it is 60-65% protein, containing
a whopping 9.8g per tablespoon, it is the world’s highest known
source of complete protein and contains all eight essential amino
acids. Spirulina provides high levels of B-12, natural plant-based
non-toxic iron, vitamin A, carotenoids, B-1, B-2, B-6, as well as
vitamins E and K. This spirulina powder is packaged in an amber
glass bottle with a metal lid and oxygen absorber to preserve
nutrient levels. Available in 5.25 oz. bottle for $17.99 and 16 oz.
bottle for $39.99.
Ingredients: 100% pure spirulina powder
Suggested usage: Take 1-6 heaping tablespoons per
day, either all at once or divided. Can be mixed with water, juice
or smoothies, or sprinkled on or mixed in food.
From Eric Canfield of Minnetonka, Minnesota on 2/22/2011.
Very high quality whole food spirulina powder. Of course it does not taste like candy out of the jar, but when blended with a banana, 1 part water and 2 parts apple juice, you get a high energy and very nutritious smoothie.
Take it or Leave it!
From Annie of op, Georgia on 3/14/2010.
It is pretty gross tasting you have to get use to it.But if you mix it with fresh apple juice it'll be easier to swallow it down.
From Regan of Houston, Texas on 9/3/2008.
I couldn't decide whether the taste or smell was worse. I've forced down Brewer's Yeast & BCAA, which are pretty awful tasting, but I couldn't even bring myself to swallow a shake with spirulina in it. After tasting it I couldn't open the jar without gagging at the smell. It smells and tastes like the bottom of a lake (go figure, right?).So that was $40 into the trash.Get spirulina in tablet form unless you have no sense of taste and smell.
Great for all!
From Edel and Eddie Sanders of port washington, New York on 3/2/2006.
This is fantastic! Our cats love it too!! We make a nice paste for them by mixing it with a bit of water. Our white cat creates a cute green beard when he licks himself afterwards.
great supplement. . but!!
From Anonymous of Columbus, Ohio on 9/16/2005.
actually the B-12 in spirulina is Cobalamin not cyanocobolamin. . which isnt neccessarly absorbable. . nor the "B-12" content that consistent. . it varies from batch to batch. . .(>1% DV - 400%DV) that all. . . knowlege is power
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