Sea Moss — aka Irish Moss — is a type of red algae believed to boost your health and enchance your skin. It is found on the Atlantic coastlines of North America, Europe, and most notably, the Carribean Islands. Irish Sea Μοss has been used for generations in places like Ireland, Scotland, and Jamaica in food and as a folk medicine for thousands of years now. It is often used to help enhance the immune system, enhance your skin, fight off colds, or dried to create carrageenan (a common thickening ingredient).
The Gel HAS to be shipped via 2-day shipping to prevent any type of deterioration/degradation. The shipping costs included are: dimensions of shipping box, destination, 2-day expedited shipping, dry ice (to keep the product cool through the duration of shipping). All of these factors play a part in the overall price to ship, which can be quite costly to ship the gel in an effort to preserve the vitamins and minerals.
Sea Moss is VERY rich in iodine, which is an essential mineral that helps produce thyroid hormones. Therefore, if you’re currently taking a supplement for iodine-deficiency you should not consume Sea Moss. This overload in iodine can throw thyroid hormones off and lead to a thyroid dysfunction.
Most people are so iodine deficient that when they start consuming Sea Moss they notice a difference in energy, physical, and mental health within a few days. On average, it takes around three to six weeks for noticeable changes.
Yes it is safe to consume but not in large quantities. It is extremely beneficial in regards to the production of the amniotic fluid which is directly correlated to the nourishment that it adds to breast milk. Furthermore, Iodine helps the thyroid run properly and make thyroid hormones, which regulate metabolism, encourage bone and brain development during pregnancy and infancy.
Sea Moss acts as a blood thinner by unblocking blood clots. Therefore, it shouldn’t be taken simultaneously with blood thinners.
Sea Moss (when prepared properly) doesn’t necessarily have a taste. There is a small possibility that it can have a fair Sea-like smell by it naturally coming from that habitat.
1 - 2 tablespoons / daily
Gel - Sea Moss can be stored in the refrigerator for up to 3-4 weeks. You can also freeze it, simply pour the mixture into ice-cube trays, freeze, and store in an airtight bag or container.
It is convenient to have portion sizes on hands when needed. I don’t recommend freezing jars in its entirety.
Raw - Sea Moss can be stored in a dark cool place for up to 1 year (sometimes longer), it does not need to be sealed in a pouch bag. The salt from the sea is a natural preservative so it won’t go bad.
NEVER store dry Sea Moss in the refrigerator. It is too moist and the sea crystals won't be able to protect the Sea Moss.
Soaked hydrated-Sea Moss should be stored in the refrigerator.
Yes, overconsumption. Autoimmune thyroid conditions can come into play, such as Hashimoto's, which is a disease in which the immune system mistakenly attacks the thyroid gland. Hypothyroidism is one of the most common problems.
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Sea Moss is a type of seaweed/algae believed to boost your immune health by helping prevent and relieve cold and flu-like symptoms. It is found on the Atlantic coastlines of North America/Europe, and the Carribean Islands. Irish Sea Μοss has been used for generations in places like Ireland, Scotland, and Jamaica in food and healing remedies. Sea Moss is most commonly known for its anti-inflammatory, anti-aging, anti-bacterial, and anti-viral properties.