Spirulina is a well-known type of blue/green algae that can be found in the world's oceans and lakes. Spirulina is an important source of plant enzymes. Enzymes are protein molecules that are an integral part of many important systems within the body.
Spirulina contains trace amounts of vitamins, minerals and amino acids, plus the important fatty acids your body needs every day. Because of its popularity as a completely natural food source, Spirulina is harvested for commercial use around the world.