Food for the brain – Algae from Klamath Lake

Since 1990, Dr. Cousens has been independently testing Tachyonized™ tools. His insights and research as a medical and nutritional expert have helped to evolve many of Advanced Tachyon Technologies’ current products. Dr. Cousens has been doing research with Klamath Lake algae since 1982. In the report below, Dr. Cousens highlights some of his research findings.

“Algae from Klamath Lake, whose technical name is Aphanizomenon flos-aquae (AFA), which I call KLA, is very exciting. It has many general health promoting properties including the ability to help us increase our mental and physical energy. It is also very helpful in detoxification. It has been shown to boost the immune system and stop colds and flus when used at the onset of symptoms. It may also have the ability, according to the implication of some animal research, to protect us from radiation. In one study it was found to be one hundred times less affected by radiation than Spirulina. It seems to have healing effects on the skin for wounds, abrasions, and even acne. Victor Kolman, the original researcher who made KLA famous, reported to me in a personal communication, that his research in India, on leprosy, found the KLA to be highly effective both when taken orally and applied locally in the treatment of leprosy. Although these are fascinating properties of the KLA, its most outstanding property is its positive effect on the mind-brain-nervous system function.