Spirulina Drink and Powder

Are Spirulina Tablets as Good as Powder?

Spirulina an ayurvedic medicine was first found in abundance at Lake Texcoco by French researchers in the 1960s. It is a Blue-Green Algae that is consumed either in powder form, tablet form, or as a supplement. I personally believe in ayurvedic medicines rather than allopathy medicines. Ayurvedic stems from the ancient Vedic culture. In Sanskrit Ayurveda means “the science of life”. Yes, both powder and tablets have the same working procedure. When both are compared then the tablet is more effective than powder.

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Why Is It Good for you?

Research suggests that spirulina has antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties. As well as the ability to regulate the immune system, as you all know how we are standing in a very tough situation now. We need a strong immune system to fight Corona. And I suggest you can also try this to strengthen your immunity power. Spirulina has a high protein and vitamin content, which makes it an excellent dietary supplement for people on vegetarian diets. Fully packed of vitamins, including A, C, E & B vitamins. And essential minerals such as calcium, magnesium, selenium, and zinc. Especially vitamin C and selenium are both antioxidants and protect our cells and tissues from damage.

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5 Useful Benefits of Spirulina?

Ayurvedic means it will heal the problem from its root. Look at its 5 most useful benefits 

  1. Improves Symptoms of Allergic Rhinitis – if you are allergic to some foods and drinks, if you are suffering from this kind of problem like itching, skin rashes, skin allergy, then this can help you.
  2. Effective Against Anemia – if you have symptoms of anemia then this is effective against that.
  3. Antioxidant & Anti-Inflammatory Properties – Spirulina is a good source of antioxidants, which protects against oxidative damage. Oxidative damage can harm you.
  4. Controls Blood Sugar – Diabetes is a widespread disease; a study has shown 2grams of it per day reduces blood sugar levels.
  5. Improves Muscle Strength & Stamina – this is very much useful medicine for hardcore bodybuilders who always need core strength and stamina.

What Are the Side Effects of Spirulina?

Yes, there are side effects of spirulina but the correct dosage might not show any side effects. Some of the minor side effects that can be seen are nausea, headaches, insomnia, nasal congestion, nasal discharge, bloating, diarrhea, edema, muscle pain, upset stomach, facial flushing. The most major side effects that I know are contaminated spirulina can cause vomiting, thirst, rapid heartbeat, liver damage, and even death. And are especially dangerous for children. People with autoimmune conditions should avoid this supplement.

Spirulina Tablets or Powder Which is More Effective?

As you all know both Spirulina tablets and powders are available on the market easily. But the question in your mind is which is more effective? tablets or powders? Well, both made of the same components. While the powders used at home for cooking, juices, and smoothies. And the tablets are easy to carry when you go out of your home, for a quick health boost on those busy days. So I think both are equally effective. We’ll surely talk about dosages, and try to cover other questions regarding spirulina on our next article on it.

Can Spirulina Make you Bloated?

Some results have shown bloating as a minor side effect of using spirulina as an oral tablet or powder. Spirulina is generally well tolerated when grown under controlled conditions. All the bodybuilders eat and drink more and more foods and health supplements, still, they try to avoid bloating. sometimes eating a large meal make you bloated. Yes, sometimes it may make you bloated and facial flushing too. Thanks for reading, we will back again with another article.

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