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Blue Majik

Anti-inflammatory and Antioxidant
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  • Prevent and Reduce Inflammation - Support Your Joints
  • Train Harder, Recover Faster, Perform Better
  • Increase Your Body's Ability to Repair and Reduce Pain

Anti-inflammatory and Antioxidant

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Description

E3Live, Blue Majik Blue Majik is a proprietary, organically sourced and chemical free extract of Arthrospira platensis (Spirulina), a nutrient-dense AquaBotanical.

Its blue pigment contains phycocyanin (PC) – a natural, strong antioxidant and anti-inflammatory, that has clinically shown to relieve physical discomfort so you can enjoy more activity, and feel an overall better quality of life.

A proprietary extract of Arthrospira platensis.

The Phycocyanin level is greater than 30% in Blue Majik, sometimes much higher, but never lower than 30%.

Vegetarian Capsules contain plant cellulose and water.

E3Live, Blue Majik

Directions for Use

Start with 1 capsule per day, gradually increasing to 2 capsules or more as needed, based on your individual needs. Take before or after a meal, early in the day. Drink plenty of pure water throughout the day.

Store in a cool dry place.

Recommended Use

Train harder, recover faster, perform better and support overall mobility. Prevent and reduce inflammation. Strong anti-inflammatory and antioxidant.

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