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Chlorella(90%) Brown Seaweed Extract(10%)
The fiber in Chlorella acts like a sponge and binds with heavy metals and radiation to remove them from the body. Chlorella was used in 1946 - 48 Hiroshima and Nagasaki to help remove radiation from those who had incurred radiation poisoning after the atomic bombs were dropped there in 1945.
Alginate found in Brown Seaweed Extract (kelp) is a natural absorbent of radioactive elements, heavy metals and free radicals. It has the unique ability of binding heavy metals and radioactive elements to its own molecules. Since Fucoidan Alginate cannot be broken down by bile or saliva and be absorbed by the body, it is secreted from the body together with the heavy metals and radioactive substances.
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Brown Seaweed Extract was studied extensively in Russia (former Soviet Union) in the 1960, and was shown to have the ability to remove radiation from the body by means of the alginates. Radiation exposure had become a serious problem in Russia due radiative fallout from nuclear testing in the 1950's and 1960's. It was used extensively after the Chernobyl nuclear plant catastrophe in 1989 with incredible success.
The Iodine in Brown Seaweed Extract is the highest of any plant on Earth. No other plant comes close to the iodine levels found in kelp. The iodine found in the Brown Seaweed Extract is a bio-available that nourishes the thyroid and protects from radiation damage.
Nutritional Benefits of Brown Seaweed Extract
*Iodine (Mineral Form) - Nourishment and protection for Thyroid. Protection from Radiation.
*Polysaccharides - Alginates remove free radicals, heavy metals & Radiation.
*Fucoidan Alginates - Anti-Inflammatory, anti-viral, anti-bacterial algal mineral.
*Fucoxanthin - Organic marine carotenoid with antioxidant properties.
*Mineral Dense - 72 Identified Bio-available minerals including Vitamin B complex.
How Brown Seaweed Extract is produced: Laminaria Japonica (Kelp) is cut by divers in the shallower parts of the ocean bed, at a depth of 5 to 15 meters. Individual leaves are cut using knives in order to preserve the habitat, because Brown Seaweed Extract does not grow back at the same spot in the same quality and size when it is torn off, drag-harvested, or trawled, as is sometimes done commercially.
Divers rope three to five leaves together and a small boat tugs them onto shore. The leaves are then put on wooden fences and dried by the sun before being transported to the nearest commercial port where the dried leaves are soaked in cold spring water for about 4 hours. A very small volume of spring water is used, since seaweed gives up its water-soluble polysaccharides in fresh water, and we want to retain them.
When the leaves soak in water and appear to be of same size and thickness as they were fresh, the outer part is skinned off and put into a chopper/mill which grinds the outer layers of the skin into a paste. This paste is mixed back with the inner part of the Brown Seaweed Extract that was left after the skin was removed.
This mass, along with the remaining water in which it was initially soaked (we keep it in the product all the way to the end) is pressed through a tight mesh net similar to cheesecloth. What comes out after the pressing is a heavy gel that is kept for further processing. The sand-like substance that is left in the net is disposed of. In this manner, all heavy indigestible cellulose fibers are removed naturally.
The batch of squeezed gel is then placed into a cold-temperature chamber dehumidifier, where it is quick-dried with cool air. As it is dried, the gel turns into a big chunk, like a rock. That chunk is broken into smaller chips, placed in a large grinder and turned into powder, which we call Brown Seaweed Extract.