Irish Sea Moss
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Whole Leaf Jamaican Irish Moss Sea Moss is wild harvested from most fertile environment in the Caribbean; in Jamaica and surrounding territories. Reefs are protected, products are 100% pure.
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Benefits of Irish / Sea Moss
- Relief from symptoms of Cough & Sore
- Increased energy and nutrition
- Disease recovery
- Healthy skin
- Strengthening of joints and connective tissues
- Soothing the digestive track
- Increased thyroid health
- Strengthening of immune system
- Has 92 of 102 minerals that body needs
Irish / Sea Moss is a source of potassium chloride, a nutrient which helps to dissolve catarrhs (inflammation and phlegm in mucous membranes ) which causes congestion. It also contains compounds which acts as natural antimicrobial and antiviral agents helping to get rid of any infections.
Sea Moss is a species of red algea. Which you can find on the rocky parts of the Atlantic coast of Europe and North America. Sea moss has some vital properties for which it was used throughout Europe for decades. It helps those people who are suffering from malnutrition.
Sea Moss or Irish moss is very low in Saturated Fat and Cholesterol. It is also a good source of Dietary Fiber, Vitamin K, Calcium and Copper, and a very good source of Riboflavin, Folate, Iron, Magnesium, Phosphorus, Zinc, and Manganese.
Warning Irish Moss, Sea Moss, or by its botanical name Gracilaria. is wild-crafted and truly raw, dried in the natural sun right after harvesting- because of the natural state it comes with impurities, such as sand, dirt, and salt, which clean out when you rinse and soak the dried seaweed.
Ideal to mix with your favorite Smoothies, Soups etc.
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As per Dr. Sebi Irish Moss / Sea Moss is best in its form when Fresh, Raw and Wild Crafted. The dried Sea moss loses it?s nutritional value when dried completely under hot sun. Just think of dehydrated fruits and vegetables vs fresh ones.
This is a semi moist and fresh product.
IRISH MOSS is not actually a “moss” but a type of seaweed that has been used for centuries in Ireland (hence the name) as a healing sea vegetable prepared in soups to fortify and especially strengthen malnourished individuals. It is a very mucilaginous seaweed that you wouldn’t normally eat like other varieties.
It is traditionally brewed as a broth to release its beneficial nutrients or can also be soaked and blended as irish moss gel and added to various foods and drinks as a nutritive thickening agent. It is a natural source of the polysaccharide carrageenan, which is different from carrageenan extract used extensively in the food industry as a gelling medium.
Scientific Name(s): Ascophyllum, Chlorophceae (green algae), Chondrus crispus (Irish moss; red algae), Chondrus, Ecklonia, Fucus, Gelidium, Gracilaria, Hijikia fusiformis (hijiki; brown algae), Laminaria japonica (makonbu; brown algae), Laminaria (kombu; brown algae), Palmaria palmate (dulse; red algae), Phaeophyceae (red algae), Porphyra (nori, red algae), Pterocladia, Rhodophyceae (red algae), Saccharina (kombu; brown algae), Ulva fasciata (limu palahalaha; green algae), Undaria pinnatifida (wakame; brown algae)
Common Name(s): Algae, Brown algae, Brown seaweed, Dulse/dillisk, Egg wrack, Green algae, Hijiki, Irish moss/carrageenin, Kelp, Kombu/konbu, Makonbu, Nori, Red algae, Red seaweed, Sea grass, Sea lettuce, Sea spaghetti, Seaweed, Wakame
For centuries, seaweed has inspired botanical, industrial, and pharmaceutical interest. Because of the high nutrient content, seaweed has been used as food throughout Asia.
Traditional Chinese medicine used hot water extracts of several types of seaweed in the treatment of cancer. Additionally, the Japanese and Chinese cultures used seaweed to treat goiter and other glandular problems as long ago as 300 BC.