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AKAMOKU FUCOIDAN JELLY - High Molecular Fucoidan Jelly

$250.00

High Molecular Weight AKAMOKU FUCOIDAN JELLY

Akamoku Fucoidan Jelly is a Jelly Type Fucoidan made from natural Akamoku (brown algae).


This AKAMOKU FUCOIDAN Jelly's Fucoidan is extracted from natural Akamoku (brown algae) which is carefully picked with hand by local divers. 

AKAMOKU can be picked for only 3 months a year in Japan.

 

Akamoku Fucoidan Jelly contains Natural Akamoku (Brown Algae ), Natural Premium Matcha, Bcaa, Hyaluronic acid, Citric acid.

Fucoidan is extracted from natural Akamoku (brown algae ) which is picked by hand of local diver.

The Akamoku is allowed to be picked only three months a year in Japan. Matcha which used in this item, is the highest grade of Japanese green tea which has a lot of nutrition. We chose Yame Matcha, the very famous green tea produce place.

This Akamoku Fucoidan Jelly is Genuine, Authentic 100% Made in Japan.

15g x 30 sticks jelly form.

Akamoku Extract : 1,000ml per 1 stick.

Recommended 1 to 3 sticks daily

Per 1 stick (15g)

Akamoku Extract 1,000mg
Matcha Powder 100mg
BCAA 100mg
Hyaluronic Acid 2mg
Citric Acid 15mg

No Sugar
No Coler
Unscensed
No Preservatives

 

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