What is Spirulina?

Spirulina is an algae that grows with strong sunlight under the special conditions such as high temperature and strong alkalinity. Spirulina is the focus of attention for its exceptionally balanced nutritional profile and it is used in a wide range of fields.

What is Spirulina, the "King of Superfoods"?

"DIC Spirulina" produced by the DIC Group

Frequently asked questions

When should I take it during the day?
You can take it anytime you would like to, but we recommend having it as a side dish when eating a meal and taking it with a glass of green tea or water (cold or warm).
How long should I continue taking it?
For first-time users, we recommend trying it out by taking it every day for three months.
Is it okay for children and pregnant women (or women planning to fall pregnant) to take Spirulina?
Children who are able to swallow Spirulina tablets without difficulty may take Spirulina products. There are no particular rules about what amount should be taken because this is a food product, but generally we recommend that children take the same number of tablets as their age in years (i.e. around six tablets a day for a six-year-old child). Our products are also taken regularly by women who are planning to have a baby, pregnant or breastfeeding.