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KBG Liquid Algae Tinctures – Energy Power is advertised to help energize and tone up the entire body. The liquid dietary supplement manufactured by The Really Healthy Company features the highly popular superfood blue-green algae and a number of other herbal ingredients such as Siberian Ginseng and Prince Ginseng to support the core benefits.
The Really Healthy Company is a London based business founded in 1995. The company manufactures and sells a variety of natural health and nutritional solutions designed to assist in health areas such as skin care, mental stress, men health, immune system health, dental care, circulation, detoxification, cholesterol and many others. The company claims to be devoted to providing leading-edge, research-based natural nutritional supplements to the UK and Europe.
KBG Liquid Algae Tinctures – Energy Power is recommended for adult use only.
KBG Liquid Algae Tinctures – Energy Power Ingredients
KBG Liquid Algae Tinctures – Energy Power contains the following ingredients: Aphanizomenon flos-aquae, Siberian Ginseng, Prince Ginseng, Tienchi Ginseng, and Tang Shen.
KBG Liquid Algae Tinctures – Energy Power is a mixture of green-blue algae (Aphanizomenon flos-aquae) and other herbal extracts designed to support the body’s energy production functions.
The formula contains several forms of Ginseng, particularly Tienchi and Siberian Ginseng. Prince Ginseng is not actually a member of the Panax family but is called like that because its properties resemble those of Ginseng. The main 3 forms of Ginseng (American, Siberian and Asian) have been used in medicine for many thousands of years. Although some are preferred for certain benefits, all of them are considered to have a general rejuvenating effect. Side effects of Tienchi Ginseng include nervousness and sleeplessness, as well as insomnia, nosebleed, vomiting, anxiety, and diarrhea. Drug interactions include MAO Inhibitors, Blood thinning medication, antipsychotic medication and other substances that stimulate the central nervous system.
AFA (Aphanizomenon flos-aquae) is a wild, freshwater alga. It is one of the most nutritious foods available due to its high content and variety of essential nutrients (vitamins, minerals, proteins, simple carbohydrates, lipids, amino acids and biologically active enzymes). Due to the algae’s soft cell wall, the nutrients are readily available to the body and are extracted using a small amount of energy to convert it into fuel.
AFA also contains high levels of Vitamin B-12, which works synergistically with a large number of nutrients and enzymes. That is why Vitamin B 12 is called the rejuvenator and energizer vitamin: it helps build red blood cells, protects the nervous system and plays a core part in energy production. Deficiency of Vitamin B12 results in dermatitis, muscular weakness, fatigue and pellagra.
The manufacturer recommends one or two full droppers of KBG Liquid Algae Tinctures – Energy Power once or twice a day. There are no consumer reviews that we can identify.
- AFA is one of the most nutritious foods available, with benefits that include the body as a whole, as well as specific functions;
- The liquid form of the supplement makes it easy to be administered;
- The manufacturing process used processes which preserve enzymes and nutritional integrity of the ingredients, while maximizing nutritional yield.
- Full refund of the purchase price within 30 days, only if the product is unopened;
- There are no consumer reviews available online.
The manufacturer of KBG Liquid Algae Tinctures – Energy Power claims the formula is a tonic and has the ability to energize the body. The particular combination of ingredients seems to be able to support these benefit claims. Although there are no consumer reviews to testify to the formula’s effectiveness, we may assume that the supplement will accomplish its goal at least for some consumers.
And while this is a dietary supplement, we cannot ignore the fact that Ginseng (with its particular forms included here) may determine serious side effects and may be very harmful if interacting with several types of medication. This is precisely why we advocate caution and recommend you seek the advice of a healthcare provider prior to use.