Algae, It’s Much More than Pond Scum
Algae, its an intricate part of our environment…the oceans are full of it, clean biofuel is sourced from it, sushi is wrapped in it, and small to large bodies of water love to host it. All true, these common understandings signify something more profound.
The algae story begins at the beginning. When the Earth was covered in toxic gas, two mighty and symbiotic organisms—algae and fungi—transformed it into an oxygen-rich biosphere. Today algae provide up to 70 percent of all oxygen on Earth. There’s more to this story, but we’ll jump to 8,000 years ago when a historic volcanic eruption shook the old-growth forests of southern Oregon.
A vast explosion showered mineral-rich ash for thousands of miles and formed Crater Lake—the deepest and purest lake in the Western Hemisphere. At just under 2,000 feet of pristine water, the caldera’s rim averages an elevation of 7,000 feet, creating an awe-inspiring display of raw power. The heart of a complex network of pristine lakes, rivers, and mountain springs feeding Upper Klamath Lake, is Crater Lake, the fortuitous catalyst.
Now fast forward to the late 1980s: A team of scientists and educators discovered a wild strain of algae, nourished by a deep bed of mineral-rich volcanic sediment and blooming in the largest freshwater lake in Oregon. The cataclysmic eruption of Mount Mazama, now known as Crater Lake, fostered conditions for another natural wonder: Aphanizomenon flos-aquae (AFA) or organic Wild Microalgae®—a potent, edible microalgae with unique nutritional properties. Nature’s perfect food.
When these scientists began eating this algae, they experienced more energy, vitality, clarity, and a stronger immune response. They felt better, slept better, and even looked better. The science emerged, confirming they had discovered an abundant, sustainable, and unparalleled source of organic nutrients. Over the next 30 years, algal experts mapped a nutritional profile of a single-celled organism unparalleled in our food chain. New Earth’s organic Wild Microalgae contains a remarkably balanced nutritional profile of pigments like chlorophyll, 13 essential vitamins, 60 micronutrients including 23 trace elements, and Omega-3 and Omega-6 Essential Fatty Acids most commonly found in fish oil.
The research-backed nutrient list continues, but perhaps the most astounding quality of this algae is the amino acid profile. A complete vegetarian protein, organic Wild Microalgae contains all 20 standard amino acids in quantities nearly identical to human breast milk. This tiny organism holds ancient wisdom that billions of dollars of research and development haven’t mastered. And the only harvestable source in the world is Upper Klamath Lake.
As you can see, this Algae, organic Wild Microalgae, is much more than pond scum. It’s a superior superfood like no other and consuming it daily could transform your life with vitality that you never thought possible. The smartest thing you can do for your health might just be giving your body the raw nutrients it needs to function and heal itself the way nature intended.