Wild algae from Klamath Lake
Klamath algae, Origin Oregon, USA from E3LIVE.
Price of a bottle of Klamath = 33€ VAT included
Order possible only from 2 bottles minimum.
Frozen Klamath algae from Klamath Lake in Oregon, USA.
Delivery only in Metropolitan France with Chronopost
Biovie exclusively offers the wild Klamath algae in its least transformed possible form, frozen.
We recommend taking 15ml per day, your bottle will allow you to cure for 1 month, you should start to feel the effects of this algae after 3 weeks.
If you receive your bottle partially thawed, this is not a problem for storage, the producer has reassured us on the precise point, put it directly in the freezer by taking the value of 5 days of maximum consumption, i.e. 5 x 15ml = 75ml.
Turn the bottle over an empty glass, and leave to thaw for about an hour, to have a maximum of 75 ml, which will enable you to have enough to consume your fresh algae for a maximum of 5 days. Put the rest of your bottle back in the freezer and the glass in the fridge.
Klamath algae, from the blue-green algae family, contains 115 nutrients. It is a super-food which is currently the subject of researches, and it is one of the most complete foods that we know so far.
Klamath algae contains more than 50% of plant proteins. They are quality protein because they contain 8 essential amino-acids, 2 semi-essential amino-acids and 10 non-essential amino-acids.
There are also over 60 minerals and trace elements in the composition of this algae, with among others:
It contains the A, C, E, B1, B2, B3, B6, B8, B12 and K vitamins. The AFA (Aphanizomenon Flos Aquae) gets its color from phycocyanin: a pigment but also a powerful antioxidant.
We went to the United-States, in Oregon, to meet that we consider the most serious and the longest established Klamath producer.
En effet cette algue pousse dans le lac Upper Klamath où se rencontrent altitude, fort ensoleillement et arrivée permanente de sédiments volcaniques, car plusieurs volcans de la ceinture de feu du pacifique sont présents non loin, et des eaux de surface et souterraines circulent entre ces volcans et le lac.
This algae indeed grows in Klamath Upper Lake where high altitude, strong sunlight and permanent arrival of volcanic sediments meet, because several volcanoes of the Pacific Ring of Fire are present not far away, and surface and ground waters flow between these volcanoes and the lake. We find, among others, not far the site of Crater Lake, which is the deepest fresh water reserve of the United-States, a natural site beyond the standards. Klamath algae (Aphanizomenon Flos Aquae or AFA) presents a unique composition because of the environment in which it grows.
We have had the chance to attend a complete harvest, there is less than five per year. E3LIVE is the only provider in the world to have a complete infrastructure on the lake allowing them to apply extremely rigorous sanitation processes, with harvesting boats developed by the founders of the company, mooring pontoon on the lake, transshipment infrastructures and on-site immediate cooling units.
It takes between 1 and 2 hours between the moment the algae are harvested and the moment they are refrigerated at 2 to 4°C. A biologist is present on board of the harvesting barges, algae samples are collected every 15 minutes to visually check the absence of other algae and ensure the harvest quality on this lake at the time of the harvest (among others, Mycrocistis whose absence is then confirmed by analysis).
Our interview with the founder of E3LIVE:
- DMD: 3 years after the date of production
- Delivery: only in Metropolitan France with Chronopost
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