Algas produced from an extract of Chondracanthus chamissoi, red algae collected in the Pacific Ocean off the Peruvian coast. It has been used for decades in Peru as a detoxification aid. Practitioners that have used the product report that it helps to very effectively mobilize heavy metals out of the body, including Aluminum, Arsenic, Cadmium, Indium, Lead, Mercury, Nickel, and Radium. Doctors using it theorizes that it mobilizes the heavy metals out of the interior of the cells since many of the patients that are taking Algas had previously gone through an extensive heavy metal chelation protocol to the point where there were no more metals coming out. When Algas was added, more metals began to come out of the body.
Jara-Gutiérrez, C. (2018). Antioxidant and anti-cancer activities of Ochrophyta and Rhodophyta extracts from Chilean coasts. Submission Article Platform-Latin American Journal of Aquatic Research, 46(2). Full Article
"Algas is great! With Algas the recommended use is 5 to 10 drops every three days. That's amazing. A bottle last for months and months. For getting rid of heavy metals, this is the best product out there." -M.O.
"I love Algas Metal Detox by NutraMedix it is an effective way to remove all metals and radioactive material. You cannot kill critters without addressing metals. Great if you can't do zeolite if you're on the constipation side." -A.P.
10 drops in 4 oz. of water every third day at bedtime if mercury amalgams in the teeth; once daily, if not.
An acute oral toxicity study was conducted by the University of Guayaquil, Ecuador concluding that Algas did not produce toxic effects, thus the product is considered practically innocuous for humans when administered in the acute form. Therefore; studies of acute toxicity at higher doses in humans are not necessary.
The biomass of marine algae has been reported to have high biosorption capacities for a number of heavy metal ions. In this study, four species of red seaweeds Corallina mediterranea, Galaxaura oblongata, Jania rubens and Pterocladia capillacea were examined to remove Co(II), Cd(II), Cr(III) and Pb(II) ions from aqueous solution.Download PDFRead more
This study evaluates the content of polyphenols, flavonoids and anthraquinones from sequential extracts from four algae species from along the Chilean coastline: Desmarestia ligulata, Dictyota kunthii, Laurencia chilensis and Chondracanthus chamissoi. The antioxidant capacity of these extracts was evaluated through three complementary assays: the TRAP, FRAP, and DPPH assays.Download PDFRead more