Chlorella Algae Extract
Chlorella (Chlorella Vulgaris) is an emerald green, single-celled freshwater algae that grows naturally in lakes and ponds.
Chlorella (green micro-algae) is a protein-containing super food, also containing DNA and RNA.
1. Production Details:
Latin Name: Chlorella Vulgaris
Part of Used: Whole Plant
Specifications: Protein 55%, protein 60%
Appearance: Green Fine Powder
Application: Medicine, food additive, dietary supplement
HEALTH BENEFITS OF CHLORELLA
Chlorella is a Natural Detoxifying Agent If you're looking for a natural way to cleanse and
detoxify, adding a small amount of this potent powder to your daily diet is an easy
way to start. The fibrous cell walls of these green algae are believed to bind to
heavy metals, synthetic chemicals and other toxins, making it easy to expel
these contaminants from the body. It can also promote a healthy balance
of natural bacteria in the gastrointestinal tract. This, in turn, may help
soothe ulcers, constipation and other intestinal issues.
Toxins are absorbed into chlorella's fibrous cell walls, but our bodies have a difficult
time breaking down the indigestible cell walls. The best chlorella products-like our
powder-have cracked cell walls to give your body its treasure trove of protein, minerals,
and Vitamin A, Vitamin B12, Vitamin C, and Vitamin E.
Chlorella has Superfood Powers: While it's still catching on in the West, this potent
microorganism is taken as regularly in Japan as Vitamin C is taken in the US.
Chlorella is lauded in Japanese medicine for its immune system boosters, hypertension relief,
and infection-fighting power.
HOW TO USE CHLORELLA IN YOUR DIET
Chlorella is Versatile and Easy to Use: It's easily included in your everyday foods ranging from
drinks such as smoothies to guacamole dip. Start off by stirring one or two teaspoons of chlorella
powder into your daily smoothie, salad dressing, glass of juice or any other food or liquid.
Don't worry about chlorella's taste overpowering your dishes; its taste is similar to green tea
and is hardly distinguishable when added to foods. Look for more creative uses for chlorella
powder in the right hand bar – recipes include chlorella salad dressing and green eggs and ham!
You'll barely taste it in your food, but chlorella will be doing your body a world of wonders!
Chlorella is extremely rich in nutrients. It contains proteins (58% of its weight), which is 40 times more than wheat, 18 amino acids, vitamins A, B, C, E. (It contains 10 times more vitamin A than cow liver). Chlorella is rich in essential fatty acids including Omega 3, it contains a large number of minerals: iron, calcium, magnesium, zinc, potassium, sulphur, manganese. What's more, Chlorella is exceptionally rich in chlorophyll 4 times more than Spirulina which is itself very rich in chlorophyll), Chlorophyll plaus a major role in detoxifying and oxygenating the body. Chlorophyll is also an excellent source of organic magnesium. It is finally constituted from CGF which plays the role of promoting cellular reproduction (healthy cells). Chlorella is thus an exceptional dietary supplement.
Care should be taken not to exceed the recommended dosage, for Chlorella has a tendency to chelate heavy metals and toxins, which can lead to numerous side-effects. For a comparative reference, it's as if shaking a bottle of Coke and suddenly opening the lid. It is ths better to start with weak doses and to increase them very gradually. It is generally recommended to take 1-5g of Chlorella per day, 5g being a rather strong dose. Chlorella should be taken before meals, with a large glass of water or fruit juice.
Chlorella: Ultimate effects, benefits, virtues
Chlorella is particularly recommended for its purification of the body from all toxins, for detoxifying the organs and for reinforcing the immune system. Chlorella will chelate all drugs, toxins and heavy metals in the blood, body and organs. Its powerful effect is multiplied when it is combined with Spirulina, whose benefits complement Chlorella very well.
Chlorella: Side-effects, contraindications
Chlorella is safe to take, however it can lead to increased bowel movements and diarrhea. It is thus recommended to reduce dosage, then increase very gradually. On the other hand, if bowel movements are less frequent, dosage can be increased. The consumption of Chlorella is recommended for pregnant and nursing women (within the recommended dosage); Chlorella, along with ginseng and Spirulina, is an excellent, nutritious alga during pregnancy. Other possible but rarer effects include headache, vertigo, shaking, pimples; All these effects are due to the fact that Chlorella detoxifies the body, which is contaminated in one way or another (pollutants, toxins, heavy metals) Finally, avoid Chlorella if you are taking anticoagulants.
A. < 15KG, used box as outside, plastic bag inside.
B. > 15KG in drum as outside, plastic bag inside,, normally weight as 25KG/Drum, drum size 0.0625CBM