Spirulina to Boost Immunity

A necessity of life is nutrition, which is required for our body to perform its smooth, normal functioning. Usually this nutrition we get from our food but sometimes it is not sufficient for our body. At that time we need to take the help of supplements. But selection of supplements is also a main thing. It will be like always a cherry on the top of cake if we get something which will meet our nutritional requirements along with immunity boosting properties. A perfect supplement for this is spirulina.

Causes of Weak Immune System

What is Spirulina?

Spirulina is a blue green algae which is a type of bacteria particularly cynobacteria also known as a cynophyata. These are a phylum consisting of free living photosynthetic bacteria which grows in fresh water or a terrestrial environment. But now a days it is widely harvested from mineral rich alkaline small lakes and ponds. The major amount of Spirulina today grows in lake Texcoco. Spirulina is an edible algae which has various nutritional values.

Properties and Benefits of Spirulina

Rich source of Vitamins and Minerals

Spirulina abundantly contains water soluble vitamins such as Vitamin A (beta carotene), Vitamin E (Tocopherols) and Vitamin B (thiamin, riboflavin, and niacin). It contains minerals like sodium, iron, zinc, chrome, manganese, phosphorus, calcium, etc. These are generally required in high amounts to maintain the pace of work of every organ.

Has Antioxidants

It is loaded with various antioxidants that are beneficial for your body and brain. It helps to prevent the oxidative damage to your body, and maintains its proper functioning. The antioxidant substance phycocyanin gives spirulina a unique green colour. Phycocyanin is a major active constituent which has an anti-inflammatory action on our body.

Strengthens Immunity

A major need for every individual is a strong immunity which is required to fight all diseases and efficiently makes the body strong enough to fight the life threatening diseases. Spirulina contains polysaccharides which is a powerful immune system booster that helps to prevent various infections in our body such as respiratory infections, ENT infections, gastrointestinal infections, etc.

Other Benefits of Spirulina

Moreover, it helps to raise the production of RBC’s and WBC’’s. Spirulina boosts the production of antibodies which work against antigens and kill them, that directly increases our innate as well specific immunity. It increases the functioning of the liver which is a prime site for detoxifying the toxins from the body. Spirulina is a powerhouse having many properties, which can be easily utilized by everybody to enhance their own immunity. Because of all these properties it is beneficial in various chronic diseases like leukemia, cancers, ITP, heart diseases, etc. It is also helpful in delaying ageing process.

Spirulina Capsules by Planet Ayurveda

Spirulina Capsules

spirulina for immune system

Planet Ayurveda, is a leading brand in manufacturing of ayurvedic medicines. It also provides Spirulina which is 100 % natural and free from any preservative without any side effect. This product is formulated under the guidance of well qualified MD Doctors and well equipped manufacturing units. To fight these chronic diseases and even as a healthy supplement to boost immunity.

Dosage:– You can use spirulina capsules with the dose of 1 capsule twice daily, after meals with plain water.

Dr. Vikram Chauhan

DR. Vikram Chauhan, MD - AYURVEDA is an expert ayurvedic doctor based in Chandigarh, India and doing his practice in Mohali, India. He is spreading the knowledge of Ayurveda - Ancient healing treatment, not only in India but also abroad. He is the CEO and Founder of Planet Ayurveda Products, Planet Ayurveda Clinic and Krishna Herbal Company. Write at - herbalremedies123@yahoo.com, Contact at - +91-172-521-4030 Websites - www.planetayurveda.com, www.alwaysayurveda.com

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