Algae Were the First Life Forms on Earth
Klamath Lake’s Blue Green Algae is in the class: Cyano-bacteria. The scientific term APHANIZOMENON (genus) and FLOS-AQUAE (species) (AFA for short) are actually zoological terms of classification that literally mean “invisible living flower of water” in Greek.
AFA (Aphanizomenon Flos Aquae) contains glyco-proteins, vitamins, minerals, simple carbohydrates, lipids and biologically active enzymes.
Exhibiting the characteristics of, plants and animals, algae are in a class by themselves cyanobacteria. If it wasn’t for algae, there would be no other life on earth. All other life has its origins from algae.
Through the prolific manufacturing of proteins and sugars, algae provided the nutritional foundation for the planet’s evolving ecosystem.
Oxygen was created as a bi-product of the life processes of algae. Even today, algae produce over 70% of all the oxygen on our planet.
For thousands of years algae has been a staple food in the diets of people worldwide from the Americas to Asia. History has shown some cultures relied on algae to supply up to 25% of their total diets. Even today, edible blue green algae are used worldwide as a nutrient-dense food.
Unlike supplement pills and unlike most other foods, the AFA alga has a greater than 90 percent assimilation rate. This means that the algae, recognized by the body as a food, absorbs with unsurpassed efficiency and rapidity when compared to most other natural or perhaps unnatural substances.
Even if a person’s internal absorption system is malfunctioning, the algae is so biologically assimilable that tangible benefits can still be obtained .https://natscatt.cerule.com/www/products/stemenhance