Spirulina is very rich in protein - the protein content in dry matter is about 70%. It also contains vitamins A, B, C, D, E, K and others. Spirulina is rich in magnesium and beta-carotene. Used for the production of cosmetics, nutritional supplements and algae-eating aquarium fish. As a human nutritional supplement, spirulina is characterized by high bioavailability at the level of 85-95% [3]. This name refers to these cyanobacteria from the time when representatives of the genus Arthrospira were included in the genus Spirulina. In current systematic approaches, these species are considered to be related (belong to the order of nervines), but separate.It detoxifies to environmental toxins, tobacco smoke, drugs, stimulates the immune system, protects the mucous membrane of the stomach, due to the content of vitamin B12 is a supplement diet. All information and advice on the email [email protected] or at: 086-2556192