Lithothamnium Calcareum - History and Effect

Lithothamium belongs to the fossil red algae. This plant was recognized only in the 19th century. The little red purple alga grows very slowly (1 millimeter pro year). Thanks to its ability to concentrate the nutrients in the seawater, litothamnium alga contains more than 32 rare trace elements (for example iodine, selenium, zinc, cobalt, copper and chromium), which sustain the remineralisation of the human organism. More…

It contains a lot of minerals, vitamins, amino acids and in particular iron, which is necessary for the formation of hemoglobin. Its rich content of calcium prevents the calcium loss and it’s important for the preservation of the bone structure. Magnesium is its main component and regulates the neuromuscular reactions, it is effective against stress and it has a balancing effect.