Introducing Klamax®

A revolutionary and powerful anti-aging and skin repairing solution that keeps you healthy and youthful inside and out.

The Origin of a Unique Environment

About 7,700 years ago, archeological and geological records indicate that the huge volcanic eruption of Mount Mazama created the amazing Crater Lake, and covered a great portion of the Pacific American coast with great amounts of volcanic ashes.


The Largest Deposit of Volcanic Minerals

It was formed in the bottom of what is now Klamath Lake, a shallow lake but with a base of up to 10 meters of volcanic sediments. Also, there was formed a special link between Klamath Lake and Crater Lake, the latter still feeding Klamath Lake with precious and very energetic waters, while rivers coming from the surrounding volcanoes, still bring mineral deposits into Klamath Lake.

An Amazing Primordial Food – Aphanizomenon flos-aquae (AFA)

This microalgae is richly found in the undisturbed, high-desert Klamath Lake in Southern Oregon. AFA contains a wide assortment of vital nutrients—including high-quality protein and a large variety of vitamins and minerals and, as the lake freezes over during the winter, a very balanced fatty acid profile, including the precious Omega, that the algae is forced to produce to endure such harsh conditions.

But AFA algae is also the source of all very bioactive molecules, including:

  • A unique type of AFA-phycocyanins, the anti-oxidant and anti-inflammatory pigment typical of cyanobacterial algae, that have shown to be up to 200 times more powerful than more ordinary phycocyanins, and the most potent antioxidant, up to 40 times more effective than more renown antioxidants such as quercetine and catechines.
  • A unique spectrum of polysaccharides and polyphenols.
  • A wide spectrum of carotenoids, including xantophylls such as lutein and zeaxanthin, astaxanthin and lycopene.
  • Most importantly, AFA is the highest living source of the neuromodulator phenylethylamine, defined as the molecule of love, a molecule endogenous to the human organism that we produce when we are in love, happy and healthy.
  • While AFA algae is a very good nutrient-dense superfood, special extracts developed, patented and researched by our Scientist Dr. Stefano Scoglio, concentrate such unique molecules, and are the constituents of our unique proprietary Klamax® product.
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Summary of Benefits

  • Skin maintenance and repair
  • Cardiovascular health
  • Improved immune system
  • Maintenance and repair of 
stem cells
  • Normalization of oxidation 
and inflammation
  • Stress Relief
  • Improved energy and sex drive
  • Improved intelligence and mental energy
  • Prevention of degenerative diseases
  • Normalization of inflammation

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One Passionate Scientist

Stefano Scoglio

Stefano Scoglio, an Italian by birth, was, pursuing his doctorate in the University of Toronto when a student of his yoga class gave him a sample of the AFA capsule. He bit into it and was shocked at the burst of energy and mental clarity that he felt. That was the beginning of a long love story, that led Dr. Scoglio to become possibly the most prominent researcher worldwide on Klamath algae and its extracts.

24 years later, the love and dedication of Dr. Scoglio has produced 8 clinical trials, 10 scientific publications and 6 patents to his name. The studies have shown the effectiveness of Dr. Scoglio’s patented extracts in areas such as depression and anxiety, menopausal symptoms, ADHD, but also psoriasis, gastric and intestinal inflammation, anti-proliferative activity and, last but not least, the stimulation of neuronal stem cells and the fight against neurodegenerative diseases. More studies are currently under way, and new scientific publications are in the pipeline, while Dr. Scoglio is also now focusing on the deepening of the research on the stem cells activity of the extracts that make up the unique, patented-protected proprietary product Klamax® Given his long and intense scientific activity, exploring new areas of pathology without an answer from current medicine, not surprisingly, he has been nominated for the Nobel Prize in 2018.