Spirulina Capsule

Spirulina is a single cell plant from the blue-green algae species. It is rich in vitamins, minerals, proteins, anti oxidants & chlorophyll.Spirulina is extensively used worldwide as a Nutraceutical food supplement.Spirulina a rich source of Chlorophyll, Beta Carotene, Amino acids, Proteins that help in promoting energy, strength & boost Immunity.Antioxidant property helps to fight against free radicals, damaging vital organs.

What Is Spirulina ?

It’s blue-green, absurdly healthy but often overlooked or misunderstood; Spirulina may not be from Pandora, but it grows in our version of that magical moon, Hawaii, along with other exotic locations around the globe.

This blue-green algae is a freshwater plant that is now one of the most researched, and alongside its cousin chlorella, most talked about superfoods today. Grown around the world from Mexico to Africa to even Hawaii, spirulina is renowned for its intense flavor and even more powerful nutrition profile!

While you may have only seen it as an ingredient in your green superfood beverages, energy bars and natural supplements, spiralina benefits are so amazing that taken on a daily basis they could restore and revitalize your health! To date, there are nearly 1,200 peer-reviewed scientific articles evaluating its health benefits.


    01 Detoxes Heavy Metals (especially Arsenic)

    02 Eliminates Candida

    03 Improves HIV/AIDS

    04 Lowers Blood Pressure

    05 Helps Prevent Cancer

    06 Reduces Cholesterol

    07 Lowers Chance of Stroke

    08 Boosts Energy

    09 Speeds Up Weight Loss

    10 Alleviates Sinus Issues


Spirulina Benefits

Spirulina Nutrition Facts

The major reason why I prefer spirulina to chlorella? Because it’s arguably the most nutrient-dense food on the planet. Taken as an average of different spirulina species, just one ounce contains the following nutritional content (24):

  • Calories (81)
  • Protein (39g)
  • Dietary fiber (1g)
  • Sugars (.9g)


  • Total fat (3% Daily Value)
  • Saturated fat (4%)
  • Omega-3 fatty acids (230 mg)
  • Omega-6 fatty acids (351 mg)


  • Copper (85%)
  • Iron (44%)
  • Manganese (27%)
  • Magnesium (14%)
  • Sodium (12%)
  • Potassium (11%)
  • Zinc (4%)
  • Phosphorus (3%)
  • Calcium (3%)
  • Selenium (3%)


  • Riboflavin (60%)
  • Thiamin (44%)
  • Niacin (18%)
  • Pantothenic Acid (10%)
  • Vitamin K (9%)
  • Vitamin E (7%)
  • Folate (7%)
  • Vitamin B6 (5%)
  • Vitamin C (5%)
  • Vitamin A (3%)