Sourced from California
Spirulina is the single most nutritious food in existence, and we’ve sourced it from California. Our Spirulina powder is a world-class immune booster that protects, detoxifies, and balances your body’s pH level. It’s a natural source of protein, iron, chlorophyll, antioxidants, and more. If taken on a daily basis they could restore and revitalize your health!
Ingredients: Natural Spirulina Powder (Californian Grown)
Shelf life: Approximately 12-36 months.
How To Take
HAVE IT LIKE A BOSS
|Take 1 serving (3 grams – 1 teaspoon) simply with a glass of water.|
|Already making a smoothie, juice, a workout-shake? Mix in 1 serving (1 teaspoon) of Spirulina powder to give it that extra supercharge!|
|Get adventurous with our spirulina by creating your own spirulina dish or you can view one of our selected recipes from our “Organicule World” page. Don’t forget to share your recipe with us and get featured on our page.|
1. What is Spirulina powder good for?
The short answer is that it's good for many things, including a number of health conditions like fatigue, high cholesterol, high triglycerides, and viral infections. It can potentially reduce the risk of heart disease as it can lower total cholesterol, “bad” LDL cholesterol, and triglycerides while raising “good” HDL cholesterol. Additionally, it can aid weight loss, increase energy levels and strengthen your immune system.
2. Is it safe to take Spirulina every day?
Yes, if taken in the right quantities, it can be safe to consume every day. However, if you suffer from any pre-existing health conditions or have allergies, it is best to consult your physician before taking Spirulina.
3. Is Spirulina safe for kidneys?
If you are someone who is susceptible to gout or kidney stones, then spirulina may be harmful to you. We advise you to consult your physician before consuming it.
4. Is Spirulina good for the skin?
Spirulina is one of the world’s most popular and nutrition-dense supplements. It contains anti-inflammatory properties in addition to vitamins. It fights free radicals and, therefore, can prevent skin damage that can lead to wrinkles and signs of ageing.
5. Who Shouldn’t Take Too Much Spirulina?
a) People with hyperparathyroidism
b) People who have serious allergies to seafood or seaweed.
c) Patients current experiencing high fever.
6. What Are The Spirulina Side Effects?
Spirulina is a totally natural product and will not normally cause any problems to the body. Even if too much is taken, there will be no harm to the body, but doing this is a waste. However some people may experience some of the following symptoms after taking Spirulina;
a) Slight fever due to the body’s need to burn the extra protein from Spirulina.
b) Slight dizziness. If this occurs, take less of the product. If the symptom does not improve please stop taking Spirulina.
c) Thirst and constipation. After taking a high volume of Spirulina we recommend at least an extra 1/2 litre of water per day to help our body absorb the Spirulina.
d) Stomach ache.
e) Skin itch or slight body rash.
7. Why Isn’t Organicule Spirulina Certified Organic?
In fact, Organicule Spirulina is organic, but not in the way that most people are familiar with the term. The reason for this is because the classification “organic,” differs between agriculture and aquaculture.
The Differences Between Organic Agriculture and Organic Aquaculture
In order for agricultural crops to be considered “certified organic,” they need to be grown in an eco-system that uses nutrient sources approved as organic, as well as meet other certification body standards regarding pesticide use, product traceability through the supply chain, etc. In essence, the organic compounds used in organic agriculture are produced by living things. Inorganic sources of nitrogen are not allowed in “organic” agriculture.
But, in organic spirulina aquaculture, inorganic nitrogen sources are a natural part of the growth process in blue-green algae, and they have been for millions of years. Spirulina grows naturally in waters that are rich in inorganic mineral salts like phosphorus, nitrogen, and natrium. The inorganic fertilizer found naturally in the Earth’s soil is how spirulina has been nourished for over three billion years. True organic spirulina is not fertilized using fertilizer derived from plant and animal waste; therefore, it does not meet the agricultural definition of “organic.”