Centuries ago Eastern Europe produced several characters that would inspire the creation of the modern day vampire. The most prolific being Vlad the Impailer, a real historical figure upon who Count Dracula is based.  Elizabeth Bathory, AKA The Blood Drinking Queen was a murderous Hungarian Noblewoman and known to both bath in and drink the blood of young victims to retain her youth and beauty. 

   Film series such as twilight have turned the intrigue of people remaining young from drinking blood into a billion dollar business“In cinema and literature, vampirism is big money; And today a  silicon valley start up company is currently injecting clients 35 and over with the blood of under 25 donors.  The company, Ambrosia is charging $8,000 for the procedure and is currently reported to have over 100 clients.   

   Multi-billionaire Peter Theil among others have been very interested in receiving the procedure but the debate rages on as to whether or not it is effective.  There were experiments.  The CEO of Ambrosia, Jesse Karmizan has stated “Whatever is in young blood is causing changes that appear to make the aging process reverse.” Though earlier experiments have concluded that giving the blood of young mice to older ones have resulted in this, no further official studies have been able to yield similar results. A scientist performing these studies, Tony Wyss- Coray has stated “There’s just no clinical evidence (that the treatment will be beneficial), and you are basically abusing peoples trust and the public excitement about this,”

   These studies are pertinent to the goal of this website.  Our first/flagship product chlorella has the highest chlorophyll content found in nature.  Chlorophyll in plants is the equivalent of hemoglobin in blood.  The two molecules a virtually identical with the only difference being that chlorophyll is built around a magnesium atom while hemoglobin is built around iron.. Chlorophyll is the blood of plants, and an extremely alkaline equivalent at that.  This helps make Chlorella natures perfect food; a vampire blood for vegans.   




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