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Spirulina platensis (Blue-green algae): A miracle from sea combats the oxidative stress and improves behavioral deficits in an animal model of Schizophrenia

I actually tried this once. I think it just made me nauseous.

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I tried a similar supplement…another algae. It’s supposed to be good for blood and oxygenation, but I couldn’t feel anything. But then again I guess a lot of supplements are very subtle or takes some time to take effect.

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I did the math on their mg/kg dosage. A 180 lb/80 kg person would be taking 14,000 mg. (Probably don’t do that unless under a doctor’s orders.)

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They say the reason why the Japanese has the highest life expectancy in the world is because they eat a lot of seaweed and algae + other seafoods.

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I will ask my sister about this. She is very into health and Wellness. Sounds very promising

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I love seaweed chips.

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Also seaweed salad with sesame etc :yum:

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I used to drink a milk, banana, frozen yogurt and spirulina smoothie when I was younger. Yummy and I didn’t know it would help with any mental health issues I was having.

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