Thursday, January 8, 2009

To Your Health

I will very infrequently promote a business on my site, but this is a local one with a good product and a good story.


● University studies indicate that AlgaBerry™ lipid extract helps reduce cholesterol level and prompt vessel health.
● It is also proven the AlgaBerry™ lipid extract prompt anti-inflammatory activities and help to enhance immune system.
● AlgaBerry™ containing natural dietary fibers that need more time to be digested keeps you full all day. A great source for nutrition and weight management.

AlgaBerry™ (Scientific Name: Nostoc) is an edible blue-green algae, rich in Vitamin A, Calcium, Iron, Protein, and Polysaccharides. In China, it has been widely used as a potent herbal medicine and dietary supplement in delicacy for over 1500 years.

Because AlgaBerry™ grows in the wild, without roots, stems, or leaves, and floats on water, the Chinese compared it to the "immortals" that are said to travel to the world at will. Ge-Xian-Mi (Rice of Immortal Ge) was named for AlgaBerry™ by the Emperor in honor of Hung Ge, an alchemist, physician and Taoist theoretician of the Eastern Jin Dynasty (317-420 AD), and retained to this day.

The nutritional and pharmaceutical value of AlgaBerry™ was recorded in traditional Chinese medical literature. 400 years ago, AlgaBerry™, along with at least 1892 other traditional Chinese medicines, was listed and described in the "Ben-Cao-Gang-Mu" (known as "General Outlines and Divisions of Herbal Medicine"). Historically, it was mostly described to treat a variety of medical conditions, including inflammatory, nyctalopia (night blindness), burns, anxiety, and chronic fatigue, as well as to assist digestion and restore homeostasis. It has also been the common dietary supplement for the indigenous populations of Japan, Thailand, Philippines, Peru, Fiji, Ecuador, Java, Mongolia, Siberia, Mexico, as well as in Nordic countries for centuries.

*****It also truns out you can turn algae into to bio-diesel and bio-jet fuel (not the variety you eat however).******


SueMo said...

Where is it found locally?

4thBG said...

It is grown here in a facility owned by the company. They have refined the germination, maturation and harvesting process down to about 1/4 of the time that it grows in the wild. There is no storefront, however, if there is strong enough interest from a few people I may be able to arrange a tour.

SueMo said...

I would love to take a tour. Hopefully others will show interest.