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FAQ Phycocyanine

Phycocyanin is a natural blue cyan pigment found in spirulina. Phycocyanin is at the heart of spirulina: it is the component responsible for photosynthesis in spirulina.

The health benefits of phycocyanin are numerous. It helps strengthen the immune system, fight inflammation, protect the liver and kidneys through its antioxidant properties, and stimulate the production of red blood cells by oxygenating the blood.

PHYCOMANIA recommends taking it preferably in the morning on an empty stomach, accompanied by fresh water. For all your consumption questions and to maximize your phycocyanin experience, consult our User Guide.

After opening, PHYCOMANIA products should be kept in the refrigerator for one month.

It depends on your goals: Light doses have subtle effects, while higher doses enhance benefits and accelerate their manifestation. Find all the information in our user guide.

The time it takes to see the effects of phycocyanin depends on several factors, including the dose you take and your overall health. However, most users report improvements within 2 to 3 weeks.

Phycocyanin is a component of spirulina that provides therapeutic benefits. Spirulina is primarily a food containing nutrients such as proteins, vitamins, and minerals. More information here.

PHYCOMANIA phycocyanin is extracted from high-quality spirulina produced in Spain. Phycocyanin is extracted using a cold extraction process that preserves phycocyanin in its native water-bound form.

Phycocyanin acts as a true catalyst. Therefore, taking phycocyanin 10K will enhance the effects of other dietary supplements.

Yes, phycocyanin is suitable for vegetarians, vegans, or those following a vegan diet because it is derived from spirulina, an alga.

Yes, phycocyanin can help improve sports performance. Find all the testimonials from athletes here.

Yes, phycocyanin can help strengthen the immune system by stimulating the production of white blood cells and improving immune response.

Phycocyanin is not specifically intended as a weight loss supplement. Phycocyanin improves overall well-being.

Phycocyanin is generally well tolerated. To date, no side effects have been systematically reported, other than the question of dosage and the potential temporary detox effect, which presents no known danger or contraindication to date.

Although allergies to phycocyanin are very rare, allergic reactions are possible as with any food.