We all know that Spirulina is a superfood and having many health benefits, but spirulina not only offers nutritional and health benefits but also it help to bring economic independence to individuals in rural communities. There are spirulina benefits beyond health. Spirulina production empowers rural women both through their employment in cultivating the algae and in small, other activities like manufacturing packaging. According to a recent study, the government has said that spirulina cultivation and packaging are much more stable and secure job than most of the work normally women do.
Spirulina is one of the life forms on earth. Spirulina is an organism that uses light, warmth, minerals, and water to produce protein, carbohydrates, vitamins, iron, manganese, and all essential contents, which are produced in spirulina. We do not need any extra material for cultivation and production of it. Even after all production of spirulina, we do not need a large machined body for manufacturing of spirulina. People can grow spirulina in small quantity in their gardens, small land, etc. Spirulina business is a low investment and high-income business. So anyone can start his or her business with a low amount. It is beneficial for the economy if people start their own business.
Normally people know the health benefits of spirulina and they think that it is only health benefits, but it’s helpful for environmental conservation also. Spirulina conserves water. Normally, fruit, vegetables need continuous watering, but spirulina grows on a set of water. It reduces carbon emissions and reduces greenhouse effects. Spirulina is also helpful in detoxifying the body from nuclear radiation
Spirulina is useful for clean energy. It is used to produce renewable biofuel, which can be the future of our energy source. There is some myth also like spirulina helping to reverse the greenhouse effect, but it is not true. Unfortunately, carbon dioxide released when we eat and digest it. But there are a lot of environmental benefits which normally don’t know. There are a lot more spirulina benefits beyond health.