Trade name: Spirulina 350 mg in capsule box 60
Dosage Form: Capsule
Route of administration: Oral
Use during pregnancy and lactation consult the doctor or see cons-indication
Conditioning: Pot of 60 capsules
EAN Code: 635292956812
• Type II Diabetes
• Muscle fatigue
• liver and kidney Fatigue
• Eye disorders Blepharospasm
• precancerous inflammation of the oral mucosa
• Nutritional deficiency / malnutrition
• Sport, convalescence
Dosage: 1 to 5 g of powder per day, or 3 capsules per 1 g or + per day.
Side effects: headache, headaches, fever, stomach pain
public selling price: 11,000 ariary
Common name: Manà Maitso
Spirulina is a spiral shaped microalgae (which gave it its name). It is blue-green and grow very rapidly as soon as the water temperature exceeds 30 ° C. It is an autotrophic organism, which only feeds the minerals present in its aqueous medium.
This micro-algae grows naturally in warm, shallow waters.
Spirulina grows naturally in small lakes near Toliara. It is commonly found in brackish and saline lakes in tropical and semi-tropical to highly alkaline pH.
Parts used: The dried seaweed complete
60% protein, 15 to 25% carbohydrates, 11% fat as well as vitamins, minerals (especially trace elements), chlorophyll and phycobiliproteins.
DEMONSTRATION OF NATURAL DYES:
The powders of Spirulina are being capsule for 350 mg.
cholesterol-lowering effect: the results of tests on animals and humans are promising. Indeed, 7 trials, indicate that spirulina could be slightly lower blood lipids. A study published in 2008, and methodologically sound, focused on more subjects: 78 people over age 60 in good health took either a placebo or 8 grams of spirulina per day for 4 months. Compared to placebo, spirulina has slightly reduced cholesterol levels of participants, especially women.
antiallergic effect: a trial in Turkey focused on 129 people with allergic rhinitis. Taking 2 grams of spirulina daily for 16 weeks, was significantly more effective than placebo in reducing the symptoms of the participants. The anti-inflammatory properties and positive effect on the immune system Spirulina (2 g daily for 12 weeks) could be responsible for reducing symptoms accompanying nasal allergies.
Antidiabetic effect: Preliminary studies of people with type 2 diabetes report that a treatment of 2 months with spirulina reduce blood glucose levels in fasting and another study suggests that spirulina increases the effectiveness of insulin in diabetic patients with HIV.
Effect on sports: In a trial involving 16 untrained subjects, spirulina making increased stamina by reducing oxidative stress and aches participants after exercise. Another test of 9 athletes training moderately indicates that 6 grams of spirulina per day for 4 weeks increased their physical performance.
Testing by Boudene in 1975 on rats fed with natural spirulina as the only source of protein, showed no toxic effect of these minerals.
In 1980, Chamorro-Cevallos research found in three animal species in four different stages of gestation no teratogenicity with spirulina concentrations of 10, 20 and 30% of the diet. Also not mutagenic or sub-acute or chronic toxicity were detected (Bondène 1975).
Spirulina contains many benefits:
• It tones the body and improves the strength of our organization by strengthening our immune system (1,2).
• It also has the ability to remove toxins (3).
• It is an excellent food supplement in case of malnutrition or under nutrition (4) but also prevents deficiencies when following a low-fat diet (5).
• In sports or convalescents, it is used to prevent vitamin deficiencies, mineral and trace elements and muscle fatigue (6).
• It helps to fight against the excess cholesterol in the blood (7); to balance blood sugar levels (8); treat anemia (9).
• It has a protective effect on the skin, strengthens nails and hair, promotes healing and wound healing (10,11,12).
Spirulina is recommended for pregnant women or nursing mothers. It is against-indicated for people suffering from gout and those with phenylketonuria. Spirulina is against-indicated in cases of fever and anyone with an allergy to algae. It is also not recommended for people with kidney stones or who have high levels of uric acid in the blood.
Consumed in excessive quantities from the beginning of treatment, Spirulina can generate headaches. It can also cause constipation or, conversely, diarrhea. Red dots, lower stomach pain, black or green stools can occur (due to its detoxifying effect on the colon). Beyond 10 g per day, the liver can be weakened, transiently, and kidney problems may occur. When they occur, should be reduced dosages, then increase again gradually.
1 g is 3 capsules per day. Depending on needs and if we multiply the number of capsules to take.
- The recommended dosages of spirulina vary from 1 to 5 g per day. Spirulina decision may be on the long term and daily basis.
- In case of malnutrition and nutritional deficiencies, we recommend a dose of 1 to 3 grams of spirulina per day, over a period of four to six weeks. Spirulina can be taken at any time of day, with or without food.
- If the maximum recommended dose is 5 g, some athletes will consume up to 10 grams per day. However, it is advisable to start treatment with the lowest dose and increase gradually up to 5 g.