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What is Spirulina ?

Spirulina (Cyanobacteria) is a primitive seaweed plant that grows in tropical saltwater lakes. Under the microscope, the Spirulina presents a spiral shape, one of the earliest life forms on earth. With the blessing of sunlight, water and warm environment, protein, vitamins, minerals, amino acids, carbohydrates, enzymes and other biomass can be synthesized and manufactured.