Haematococcus pluvialis Flotow pertence ao Filo Chlorophyta, Subphylum Tetraphytina, Classe Chlorophyceae, Ordem Volvocales, Família Haematococcaceae e Género Haematococcus.
Why does our body oxidize?
Essential to life on Earth, the element Oxygen plays important roles in cellular metabolism. However, it has a harmful effect known as cellular oxidation and leads to aging.
Haematococcus Pluvialis microalgae is produced through a patented technological process. It is a closed system, consisting of vertical indoors and outdoors photobioreactors that allow a high degree of purity and quality. It insures high productivity, excellent process parameters control, great flexibility, efficiency and operability.