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GSE Organic Spirulina 500 mg Pure Tablets 550 tab

Original price €35,90 - Original price €35,90
Original price €35,90
€35,90 - €35,90
Current price €35,90
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  • Ingredients
  • GSE Organic Spirulina 500 mg Pure Tablets with spirulina for daily intake. The main ingredient in spirulina is iron. Iron is an important mineral for the human organism. 

    Iron contributes

    • for the normal formation of red blood cells and hemoglobin
    • normal oxygen transport in the body
    • for cell division
    • normal function of the immune system
    • to reduce tiredness and exhaustion
    • to normal cognitive function

    Sun-kissed, energetic spirulina microalgae from organic aquaculture and certified according to Naturland guidelines.

    BIO Spirulina from the spiral-shaped blue algae Spirulina platensis is one of the oldest known organisms. It is not a seaweed, but thrives in highly alkaline waters in subtropical areas. Centuries ago, the Aztecs and Mayans already knew about the special effects of this microalgae. This pure, natural spirulina is grown without pesticides in mineral-rich water in a completely isolated location. The proximity to the equator offers an optimal climate. The algae can develop optimally due to the strong solar radiation and the favorable water composition.

  • Consume 4 tablets 3 times a day before or during meals with enough liquid.

    The stated recommended daily amount must not be exceeded.

    Storage: Store
    cool (6-25 ° C) and protected from light. Keep out of reach of children.

    Net quantity:
    550 tablets = 275 g

  • 100% spirulina

    composition per 12 tablets % NRV
    iron 4 mg 28% (*)
    Vitamin B12 10 µg 400% (*)
    Calorific value 90 kJ / 21 kcal
    protein  3.4 g
    Carbohydrates 1.2 g
    fat 0.3 g

    * Percentage of the recommended daily intake according to the nutrition labeling regulation