Food Supplement Spirulina Platensis - Tablets

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Food supplement with vital nutrients and beneficial effects on the human organism


Spirulina Platensis food supplement that supports diets and detoxification with iron, beta-carotene and vital antioxidants.

Take three Spirulina Platensis tablets in the morning and in the evening with plenty of water.

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400 Tab. / 200 g
€17.45
Food supplement with vital nutrients and beneficial effects on the human organism

The spirulina's minerals and high amount of vital substances and nutrients ensure a beautiful and fresh skin appearance from the inside.

May naturally contain traces of sulfite.

Marine Minerals
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Spirulina

Spirulina Platensis

May naturally contain traces of sulfite.

Perfect Match High-grade ingredients for your skin
Marine Minerals
The composition of our Marine Minerals is similar to blood plasma, which allows for quicker absorption of active ingredients into deeper layers of the skin.
Spirulina
Spirulina is a genus of blue-green algae (cyanobacteria) and occurs in alkaline lakes (pH 9-11). It is native to Central America, Africa, Australia and Southeast Asia and can primarily be found in shallow waters with high salinity.
Expert opinion This is what the expert says
The Spirulina Platensis Micro-Algae Tablets are ideal for dietary supplementation during diets or detoxification. They prevent symptoms of deficiency and make the skin and hair look healthy.
Leonora Jansen, Kosmetik-Oase Leonora, Schwentinental
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