Ever wonder where the photo on our E3 bottles was taken? It’s Upper Klamath Lake where E3Live Aphanizomenon flos-aquae is wild harvested. (Mt. McLoughlin in the background).
♦ Upper Klamath Lake is a high desert lake, 4100 feet above sea level
in Southern Oregon.
♦ The lake is fed by 17 mineral-rich rivers that deposit an average of 50,000 tons of mineral-rich silt from the surrounding 4000 square mile volcanic basin,
making Upper Klamath Lake one of the richest nutrient traps in
the world, impossible to artificially duplicate.
♦ The lake waters and its sediments have an astonishingly high
mineral and trace element concentration due to a massive volcanic
eruption that occurred from Mount Mazama over 7700 years ago
(which created nearby Crater Lake).
♦ The lake receives an average 300 days of sunlight per year which
provides a perfect growing environment for the world’s richest strain
of wild AFA blue-green algae, scientifically known as
♦ The alkaline lake water provides more than 60 times the nutrients
needed for the algae to grow to its full potential each year.
♦ Under the right conditions, AFA algae can reproduce every 20 minutes,
which provides a plentiful abundance of this organic, high life-force,
miracle super food.
E3Live – the most vital wild-grown superfood on the planet!