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Learn More about Klamath Lake Blue Green Algae and BioStem

What is Blue Green Algae?

Blue Green Algae, or Aphanizomenon flos aquae, is a broad term for many diverse species of micro-flora that grow in aquatic environments around the world. Most commonly found in tropical, saltwater climates, blue green algae easily changes composition depending on climatic changes such as temperature, altitude and exposure to the elements. These tiny, flower-like organisms “bloom” in large swaths of dark green, rich in chlorophyll, protein, minerals and vitamins.

What are the Health Benefits of Blue Green Algae?

The top quality blue green algae found in BioStem is known to be packed with healthful elements such as protein, antioxidants, amino acids, vitamins and minerals including vitamin A, vitamin E, niacin, magnesium, folic acid, thiamine, potassium and more. Immune systems and stem cell generation are supported to aid heart and neurological health. Thousands of customers taking blue green algae as a health supplement have seen results.

How Does Blue Green Algae Work?

BioStem’s blue green algae capsules are comprised of a special blend of the purest, quality Klamath Lake blue green algae that has been carefully harvested, dried, and prepared for consumption. BioStem’s high protein, nutrient packed capsules are absorbed into the body when taken orally daily.

What are the Side Effects of BioStem Blue Green Algae Supplements?

Though BioStem adheres to stringent testing procedures to ensure that the blue green algae they package is safe and contaminant free, it is recommended that you consult your doctor before starting a BioStem regiment if you are pregnant, breast-feeding, have an auto-immune disease or phenylketonuria.

Is BioStem Safe to Take with Other Medications?

The high quality Klamath Lake blue green algae used in BioStem is renowned for its all natural purity and contaminant free formula, but it is still suggested that you consult your doctor if you are taking other medications, especially immunosuppressant drug formulas, before you start a Biostem regimen.

What Makes Klamath Lake Algae Special?

The largest body of freshwater in Oregon, Klamath Lake is renowned as one of the superior sources for top quality blue green algae. The unique combination of its high elevation (4140 feet), shallow depth (8 ft to 60 ft) and mineral rich aquifer system make it a singular “nutrient trap.” A volcanic eruption thousands of years ago spread tons of mineral ash in the vicinity, causing this lucky phenomenon. More than 300 days a year are met with sunlight at Klamath Lake and since there are no traces of heavy metals, pesticides or other dangerous chemical runoff, conditions are ideal for the algal blooms.