Growing Environment

Spirulina can grow naturally in lakes and ponds, but the best quality Spirulina grows in controlled environments that are in sunny and hot climates with access to fresh clean mineral rich water. 


Sunny and Hot Environment

Spirulina needs heat and sunlight to activate its photosynthesis process. The hotter and sunnier the climate, the better Spirulina will grow.


No Pollution, Herbicides, or Pesticides

Spirulina is best grown in natural environments in remote locations. Pollution from cities can contaminate Spirulina cultures causing unsafe and poor quality Spirulina.


Clean Water

Spirulina thrives in clean high alkaline water. The water must be clean and sourced from natural rivers and lakes. Polluted water can harm Spirulina and make it unsafe.