What We Offer
SagaNatura is a leading Icelandic dynamic biotech business, located in one of the most pristine environments on earth – Iceland. SagaNatura’s focuses on and produces the Icelandic pure, natural form the wild growing organic herb Archangelica Angelica and high-quality Astaxanthin. We offer consumer products Icelandic origin that is high quality, safe and vegan-friendly.
SagaNatura focuses on consumer health products from microalgae, producing high-quality Astaxanthin oleoresin and powder for the international nutraceutical and food supplement market.
All of our Astaxanthin is produced in a closed photobioreactor using hydroelectric power and geothermal energy. Astaxanthin is the most powerful antioxidant that nature has to offer and has many indications, such as for cardiovascular health, eyes, ligaments, and skin, all backed up by research.
SagaNatura markets high-quality natural health products from pioneering research on Icelandic medicinal herbs. The products of SagaNatura are made from Icelandic Angelica herb which is harvested from Hrísey, which is a small certified organic island just under the arctic circle (66°north).
Angelica Archangelica was one of the few plants in Iceland that survived the last ice age and has been used as an herbal medicine from the country’s settlement, for more than 1100 years. The Angelica herb has three main indications utilized today. Firstly, urinary frequency, a clinical study showed people didn‘t have as much urgency to urinate after taking SagaPro®. Secondly, cognitive function can improve taking SagaMemo™. Thirdly and lastly, the herb has shown to relieve tickle in the throat and mouth as well as having a soothing and pleasant effect on throat, pharynx and vocal cord – marketed under the brand name Voxis™.
We produce pure, natural Astaxanthin from microalgae called Haematococcus pluvialis which is rich of nutrients, using exciting new technology based on closed photobioreactors and sustainable resources.
Angelica archangelica is one of Iceland’s most cherished medicinal herbs. It was one of the few plants in Iceland that survived the last ice age and has been used as a herbal medicine for more than 1100 years.