Its properties are almost endless in scope, and in Eastern medicine it is known as the "magic algae".
Rich in vitamins, minerals, trace elements and proteins.
There are many recipes that include it, because of its digestive and diuretic properties.
Cosmetics mainly seek to reap the benefits of all the iron, vitamin A and niacin it contains.
Therefore, it is common in gels, facial creams, and body wraps given its ability to activate blood circulation, and tone and firm up bodily tissues.