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Spirulina – not only immune system enhancer

Spirulina is immune system enhancer

According to one Taiwanese study, Spirulina has the qualities it can significantly boost immunity. The scientists put the white shrimps in the sea water containing the spirulina extract and then transferred them to seawater with a pH of 6.8. The control group was not exposed to Spirulina. Shrimps exposed to sea water with spirulina are much faster and better adapted to high pH than shrimps that have not received any dose of Spirulina.

Let’s look at what this immune system might mean to us.

Candida

If you suffer from autoimmune diseases such as Crohn’s disease, chronic fatigue syndrome, lupus or fibromyalgia, yeast candida can cause and worsen your symptoms. It has been shown that spirulina can stimulate and support the growth of healthy bacterial flora in the intestines, thus making the overgrowth of the candy under control.

HIV and AIDS

Medicines such as AZT used to treat patients with HIV and AIDS can ultimately cause the symptoms to be treated. However, it turns out that spirulina can deactivate the human immunodeficiency virus associated with HIV and AIDS.

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There is no reason to sneeze

If you suffer from seasonal or perennial allergies, you are not alone. Millions of people are allergic to pollen, wormwood, dust, mold, pet hair, and countless other pollutants that make no handkerchief dry.

Unfortunately, many people with allergic rhinitis treat her with prescription drugs that often do more harm than good. Antihistamines are designed to suppress the immune system, resulting in a decrease in disease resistance and drug dependence. Some asthma drugs have serious side effects. One study found that spirulum-treated patients reported mitigation of symptoms commonly associated with allergic rhinitis, such as nasal discharge and full nose, sneezing or itching.

Balanced blood pressure with Spirulina

High blood pressure (hypertension) is a serious health problem. If you have high blood pressure, you are at greater risk of heart attack or stroke. The good news is that in healthy eating, exercise and using stress control techniques, you can normalize your pressure and direct yourself to the path of optimal health. According to a six-week Mexican experiment, 4.5 grams of spirulina used daily compared blood pressure in both men and women (aged 18-65), without any changes in the diet.

Spirulina is natural adjustment of cholesterol levels

Tens of millions of people daily use cholesterol-lowering drugs, and according to “experts,” they should take extra millions, including children! Statins that are used to treat cholesterol are responsible for many unwanted and dangerous side effects, including:

  • Sexual dysfunctions
  • Anemia
  • Immune decrease
  • Acidoses
  • Pancreas or liver dysfunction (including potential increase in liver enzymes)
  • Gray turbidity
  • Increased risk of developing cancer

Cholesterol-lowering drugs are also associated with more muscle problems such as polyneuropathy (nerve damage on the hands and feet) and rhabdomyolysis (severe degenerative breakdown of muscle fibers). It is even assumed that statin use may increase the risk of developing Lou Gehrig’s disease (ALS, amyotrophic lateral sclerosis).

Fortunately, there are also natural ways to reduce cholesterol. Avoiding sugar and cereals, sufficient movement. And spirulina can help. According to a study involving patients aged 60 to 87 years, cholesterol levels decreased in women and men who were given 8 grams of spirulina daily for 6 weeks a day.

The last part of this series can be found here.