From 1973 to 1977, during the intensive search for the best algae, more than one thousand different species of micro-algae were selected from all over the world and tested for their individual benefits as well as for their complimentary and synergistic combination potential. For example, over 65 strains of Spirulina alone were involved in experimentation.
Various blue, green, and red algae were also used, including the carotenoid-rich Dunaliella and Astaxanthin-rich Haematococcus, selected for their superior antioxidant powers. Astaxanthin alone may carry up to 1,000 times the antioxidant power found in Vitamin E and up to 40 times more than that found in carrots.
Dr. Kiriac and his team rapidly achieved significant results using various concentrations of base algae, such as Spirulina and Dunaliella.
As was customary in the former USSR, research always began with laboratory mice and rats before proceeding to larger species like poultry, ducks, rabbits, pigs, and cattle. When research demonstrated to be safe, it proceeded to humans.
With mice and rats responses were rapid due to their natural extraordinary metabolic strength. It proved more difficult with the larger animals. The results, though promising, were not efficient or rapid enough to stir up the team. They knew that a breakthrough blend was necessary to help the larger animals.
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