L’Arthrospira Platensis, better known asSpirulina, is a blue freshwater microalgae with countless beneficial properties..

It is a food in all respects, one of the oldest in the world, handed down since the ancient recipes of pre-Columbian civilizations.

It has the same nutrient supply as breast milk and contains all and21 amino acids found in nature. It is rich invitamins (C, D, A, E, B and B12, of Omega 3, ofBeta Carotene,Magnesium,Zinc.

Spirulina contains thePhycocyanin, a pigment that not only acts on the nervous system by appeasing the stimulus of hunger and giving a sense of satiety, but also exerts a neuroprotective action useful against some neurodegenerative diseases such as Parkinson's and Alzheimer's.r.

Precisely this substance, of which spirulina is rich, contributes to the strengthening of the immune system by strengthening the cell membrane and guarantees the defense of cells and the body from virus attacks..

ThereSpirulina, in addition to being a natural antioxidant, it is therefore a powerful oneimmuno-stimulant and having no contraindications because it does not contain any type of allergen, it can be taken by anyone and at any age. The recommended daily dose is 3 gr.r.

ThereSpirulina it is a natural source of energy and, therefore, it is recommended to take it early in the day.

For further information and clarifications you can consult:


  • Luca Fortuna,The algae. Wellness, health and beauty from the sea, Ed.Xenia, Milan, 2012.