Nowadays, people consume a lot more chemicals and toxins through their diet and environment than ever before. That’s why it is crucial to find a way to lower the levels of these harmful substances that enter our bodies.

For that reason, today we will present you Spirulina, the blue-green algae rich in minerals, enzymes, antioxidants and amino acids. Bathing in spirulina helps revitalize, nourish and soften the skin and will flush fluids from the cells replacing them with the good nutrients that Spirulina offers.

This algae can help with muscle pain and fatigue, making it a perfect remedy if you have the flu or have built up lactic acid in your muscles from overuse.

To create a reverse osmosis, add Epsom salt in your Spirulina bath. Osmosis takes away

Using a powerful mineral base such as Epsom salts in a bathwater medium creates a process called reverse osmosis. This process pulls away salt and harmful toxins out of the body and allows the magnesium and sulfates to enter into the body.

Add the following to a warm bath:

  • ½ cup spirulina, mixed in a pitcher of warm water 
  • ½ cup sea salt
  • 5 drops essential oil

Ten great reasons to include spirulina

  1. Spirulina is famous  for its ability to alkalize the body, which boosts liver function.
  2. Spirulina contains chlorophyll which detoxifies the body by removing toxins such as heavy metals and other pollutants from the blood.
  3. Spirulina is often alternated with chlorella for detoxifying the body.
  4. Spirulina rich in B-vitamins: vitamins B-1 (thiamine), B-2 (riboflavin), B-3 (nicotinamide), B-6 (pyridoxine), B-9 (folic acid).
  5. Spirulina is rich in other vitamins and minerals, including vitamin E, manganese, zinc, copper, iron, and selenium.
  6. Dried spirulina contains 8 mg calcium per 1 Tablespoon serving, which is more than raw spirulina.
  7. Spirulina is high in protein. As a matter of fact, amino acids make up 62% of spirulina and provide 4 grams per 1 Tablespoon.
  8. Spirulina contains gamma linolenic acid, an essential fatty acid which is only found in a mother’s breast milk. It offers incredible anti-inflammatory properties especially when taken with other quality Omega-3 supplements.
  9. Spirulina offers powerful antioxidant activity, particularly phycocyanin and beta carotene—antioxidants that aid protect cells from damage.
  10. Thanks to the high concentration of bioavailable iron, Spirulina is excellent during pregnancy and for those with anemia.

Source: thinkorganiclife.com

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Nowadays, people consume a lot more chemicals and toxins through their diet and environment than ever before. That's why it is crucial to find a way to lower the levels of these harmful substances that enter our bodies. For that reason, today we will present you Spirulina, the blue-green...