What is Apogen?

Apogen is not a drug. It’s a patented nutritional supplement concentrated and purified from proprietary strain FEM-101 microalgae, a healthful bluegreen algae so rich in nutrients it’s commonly called a superfood. It takes the equivalent of 450 tablets of spirulina to make one serving of Apogen, or more than 13,000 tablets to make a single box! Apogen does not kill viruses. Instead, it protects cells by creating a “viral firewall” that many viruses can’t cross. While Apogen is not intended to treat or prevent illness, just like vitamins, minerals and other nutritional supplements, Apogen’s scientifically demonstrated action helps support the body’s natural defenses. In addition different types of flu virus, Apogen has also been shown to inhibit a number of other pathogens including several potentially serious intestinal viruses (Enterovirus 71 and Coxsackie virus A162) that may cause illness, paralysis and even death, especially in children. Additional research is currently underway to explore Apogen’s range and mechanisms of action.
What is Apogen

Apogen® Microalgae Protein Extract is extracted from FEBICO’s self cultivated FEM-1 microalgae strand. It is extracted through a patented extraction method, and can maintain all the beneficial active ingredients.

Apogen® Extracts
Apogen extracted from an unique strand of spirulina will display a very beautiful blue color under normal lighting conditions. However, it will display a very unique luminous pink under LED lights due to the activities of the extract.
What is Apogen

Apogen® Microalgae Protein Powder
Apogen® Microalgae Protein Powder is a special combination of the protein combinations between the Spirulina FEM101 cells and is uniquely different to ordinary spirulina. It is considered an important nutrition amongst microalgae, and displays a beautiful blue color.

Apogen® Microalgae Protein is certified under US and Taiwanese patents for multiple patentship assurance.

Original post by: Febico Taiwan

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