Spirulina is a blue-green algae that grows underwater in highly alkaline environments. It’s one of the oldest food sources because of its high nutritional value. Ancient Aztec and African civilizations understood its health benefits, and modern scientific research has been able to pinpoint its nutritional values.
This powder is rich in minerals, vitamin E, vitamin B6 and vitamin C, the spirulina is also very rich in iron, proteins, omega-6 and beta-carotenes. It has fortifying, revitalizing, anti-aging, restorative and nutritive properties.
You can use this herb topically or take in with your smoothies for great results for both hair and skin