Trace Elements From Sea Water

Feb 24
Posted by admin Filed in astaxanthin, Plankton

 A prominent agricultural scientist named Dr. Murray Maynard wrote a best selling work called "Sea Energy Agriculture." A pioneer scientist when it comes to the development of seaponic farming, Dr. Maynard has been praised for his research on trace elements found in sea solids. When used on farmland, sea solids as Dr. Maynard demonstrated, proved to be beneficial not only to the land but to the overall health of the produce. Read the rest of this entry »

Astaxanthin – Potent Antioxidant

Oct 22

Astaxanthin is a carotenoid, and like many other carotenoids, astaxanthin is a colorful fat-soluble pigment that is very high in antioxidants, and it has a very low toxicity when taken by mouth. Carotenoids are a very large family [about 700] of fat-soluble pigments. These carotenoids are responsible for the lovely red and yellows we see in fruits and vegetables, and these pigments are produced by fungi, algae, plants, and some bacteria and phytoplankton. Read the rest of this entry »

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