Cyanobacteria(blue green algae)
In biology we learned something about cyanobacteria (blue green algae) and how it is one of the longest known living organisms...and they haven't varied much at all throughout the years because they have asexual reproduction. So they were one of earth's first living organisms and they are still living today and have not changed much at all. I told my teacher that I was pretty sure some people ate blue green algae (am I right?) and he said he had never heard of that. He wanted me to try and get some more information on this as he was quite interested. Does anyone eat this or know why, or have information, etc? thanks! I'll be reasearching too.
GT's Organic Raw Kombucha Multi-Green
Has anyone ever tried GT's Organic Raw Kombucha Multi-Green? It's a Kombucha drink containing 100% G.T.'s organic raw kombucha, klamath mountain blue-green algae, chlorella, sprulina, and 100% pure love!!! I was turned onto it a few weeks ago by some shoppers at the Whole Foods morket in Los Angeles. I love it! We don't have a Whole Foods market in town where I live. I had my husband bring me a weeks supply the last time he went on travel down south for his work. I've been enjoying them every afternoon after lunch as a pick-me-up. Now, I'm not so sure they're good for me. :(