Microalga Klamath

The blue-green microalgae of Lake Klamath

The microalgae of Lake Klamath (scientific name: Aphanizomenon flos aquae Ralphs ex Born. & Flah. Var. Flos aquae) is part of the large family of green-blue microalgae, the first form of life on the planet and the basis of the entire food chain .
All the populations of the past have used blue-green as a source of superior nutrition.

The Aztecs reserved wild Spirulina for nobles and warriors, considering it a divine food.
Today, the only edible microalga to grow wild in an almost untouched volcanic environment is the Klamath microalga.

Crater Lake in the Cascade Mountains Park, Oregon

Lake Klamath is so uncontaminated that it is able to host the highest concentration of bald eagles on the North American continent (together with Alaska); and bald eagles are fundamental ecological markers that do not survive except in
pristine environments.

The extraordinary vitality of Lake Klamath also depends on its environmental symbiosis with the magical Crater Lake, a lake formed within the caldera formed by the explosion, 7700 years ago, of Mount Mazama volcano.

It is thanks to this extraordinary environment that the Klamath micro-algae develops an absolutely unique nutritional profile and energy charge.

Klamath RW®Max complete and assimilable from A to Zirconium ”12 essential LARN-relevant nutrients, that is, relevant to our daily needs, completely assimilable, together with other 100 nutrients!
Nutriceutic research has now affirmed the centrality of a principle of nutritional synergy: “the wider the spectrum of the nutrients taken, the greater the assimilation and efficacy, and at the same time the lower the quantities necessary for each specific nutrient” .
Klamath represents the best example of this principle, because it contains, in a highly assimilable form, over 100 fundamental nutrients, all in their organic form and therefore, unlike synthetic supplements, completely assimilable!
But the new Klamath RW®Max adds, to the uniqueness of this broad nutritional spectrum, a new, fundamental, dimension, that of LARN-relevance (LARN are the Recommended Nutrient Intake Levels): a nutrient becomes LARN-relevant when the dose taken daily with a food or supplement exceeds at least 30% of the daily requirement.

In accordance with this criterion, Klamath RW®Max contains 12 essential nutrients in LARN-relevant doses!

This would already make Klamath itself, an excellent vitamin-mineral supplement, with the enormous additional benefits that:

a) these nutrients are completely assimilable;
b) they are accompanied by at least 100 other nutrients for which perhaps there is no LARN, but which are still extremely important for our health, such as the entire spectrum of trace elements.