I've done a little research on Stem Enhance. If you remember from an earlier post, this product claims to increase stem cells in the blood. The supplement contains aphanizomenon flos-aquae in blue green algae from Klamath Lake in Oregon. From what I understand, Klamath Lake is a shallow, fairly polluted lake. Many companies harvest the algae and sell it for the health benefits.
Maybe somebody can tell me why Stem Enhance is better than any other product produced from this body of water. We have one brand of Klamath Lake blue green algae at the store which is $45 cheaper than Stem Enhance. Wouldn't this product produce the same results at a more affordable price?
I take spirulina which is supposedly superior. Is AFA really better? Does anybody have an opinion? ...............Matt