Sea Moss and Irish Moss: Everything You Need To Know

I first discovered sea moss, often referred to as Irish moss, while I was leading retreats in the Caribbean back in 2009. It was being used to thicken smoothies and milks, and even in custardy desserts. As I am a super nutrition nerd, I had to look a little more into this amazing sea vegetable.

Health Benefits of Sea Moss / Irish Moss

Sea moss, also known as Irish moss, red algae or Chondrus crispus, offers us a variety of health benefits.

Thyroid Support

DI-Iodothyronine (DIT), what T3 breaks down into, is found in abundance in brown sea moss and for this reason, it has been used as a treatment for thyroid disorders. Thyroxin (T4) and Tri-iodothyronine (T3) have been found as the main organically bound iodine compounds in several seaweeds.

Then, of course, there is the iodine, which is highly concentrated in sea moss and this is serious fuel for the thyroid. Selenium is also present in abundance and is a necessary factor in thyroid hormone production.

Mental/Emotional Health

Sea moss is jam-packed full of potassium. The cells of the body cannot function without potassium, though strangely our bodies do not have a mechanism to conserve potassium. Adding high-potassium foods like sea moss to the diet can significantly improve behaviour and mental functioning (especially for ADD children!). High potassium foods are also very helpful for fibromyalgia, moodiness, agitation, depression and anxiety disorders. Irish moss is also an excellent source of a range of B vitamins, which are well known for supporting the nervous system and reducing stress. This food is like a warm cup of tea with good book by the fire for the nervous system.

Additional evidence indicates that sea moss has a neuroprotective effect, shielding the brain from the accumulation of a protein called α-synulein that is linked to neurodegeneration and the development of Parkinson’s disease.

If all that wasn’t enough, sea moss contains algin. This phytonutrient has therapeutic value as a heavy metal detoxifying agent – meaning it helps pull heavy metals out of the tissues of our bodies.

Digestive Health

Sea moss has a mucilaginous consistency, meaning it can help act as a soothing and healing agent to all mucous membranes (great for external skin health and internal digestive tract health). Recent animal studies show that it has prebiotic effects as well, leading to an increased production of helpful short-chain fatty acids in the colon, a reduction of detrimental bacteria in the gut, and improvements in overall gut health and immunity.

Immune Support

Sea moss helps relieve and prevent symptoms of colds and flu – how perfect for the cold and flu season, but also for year-round immunity. Irish moss is a source of potassium chloride, a nutrient which helps to dissolve catarrhs (inflammation and phlegm in the mucous membranes), which cause congestion. It contains compounds which act as a natural antimicrobial and antiviral agents, helping to boost immunity and get rid of any infections. Hello natural cough syrup!

Cold, flu-like, and other coughy-mucousy conditions the moss helps with include:

  • Sore throat
  • Bronchitis
  • Pneumonia
  • Tuberculosis
  • Chest coughs

In addition, Irish moss is rich in amino acids, Vitamin C and antioxidants, all of which help to boost the immune system, support immune health and prevent cellular damage and destruction. It also has anti-tumor properties.

Health Concerns About Irish Moss: Carrageenan

I love Irish moss and don’t like seeing it shed salty tears over the bad reputation it has gotten across the internet. A few years ago, a report from the Cornucopia Institute criticized food manufacturers for using carrageenan in organic foods, something they termed ‘Organic Watergate’.

Carrageenan is a food additive that can be derived or extracted from Irish moss, but it’s not the same thing as whole food sea moss. It’s often used as a thickener or stabilizer in a wide variety of foods.

The politics around carrageenan begin on page 11 of the report, but I will summarize the issues with it here:

  • Carrageenan is derived from red seaweed.
  • Carrageenan can be classified as low molecular weight, “degraded” carrageenan, or high molecular weight, or “undegraded” carrageenan.
  • Degraded carrageenan is recognized as a carcinogen in lab animals, and is therefore classified as a possible human carcinogen” by the International Agency for Research on Cancer. (More recent research has shown it can also be cytotoxic in human cells as well.)
  • Degraded carrageenan also causes inflammation in the colon in rodents, which resembles ulcerative colitis, an inflammatory bowel disease.
  • This inflammatory property of degraded carrageenan is not in dispute, especially since the medical research community has used degraded carrageenan for decades to induce acute inflammation in experimental trials conducted with lab animals, to test anti-inflammation drugs.
  • Carrageenan processors claim that food-grade carrageenan sold to food processors falls entirely in the undegraded category. However, studies (including industry-funded studies) show that food-grade carrageenan is also linked to colon inflammation and colon cancer in animals.

So with the damaging effects of carrageenan, should we be avoiding Irish moss/sea moss altogether?

No, I don’t think we should – because sea moss and carrageenan are not the same thing. 

Carrageenan is one active and concentrated component of the whole food that is Irish moss. And yes, there definitely are major and valid health concerns about degraded and undegraded carrageenan – which are mainly used in processed foods anyway.

To give you a few examples, we can take B-vitamin supplements that are derived from naturally occurring sources, or we can eat a cereal that contains synthetic thiamin hydrochloride (a synthetic version of Vitamin B1 that is derived from coal tar). We will gain different benefits or receive different effects from each. We can take magnesium glycinate, a highly absorbable form of magnesium, or take magnesium oxide where we may get more benefit from just eating a chunk of cement. We could run the risk of having birth defects in our babies if we take too much Vitamin A as a supplement while pregnant, but eating Vitamin A rich foods is perfectly safe as there is no way we could eat a great enough concentration of Vitamin A from whole foods to cause the harm that a single isolated component could have.

To declare that Irish moss should be avoided due to the harmful effects of chemically processed carageenan is a bit like saying we must avoid organic corn on the cob because high fructose corn syrup is toxic to the liver and leads to obesity, or to avoid white willow bark as an herb because aspirin (from which it is derived) can cause gastric bleeding, or to avoid coconuts because hydrogenated palm oil and sodium lauryl sulfate are bad for us. Comparing sea moss to carrageenan is a bit like comparing raw sheep milk cheese with cheese whiz, or fresh strawberries with strawberry Jell-O.

I have long argued in favour of the benefit of sea moss, and will continue to do so.

Nutritional research, for the most part, is not particularly helpful when it comes to the true benefits of whole foods. That’s how we get ridiculously convoluted studies on organics, and confusion over whether coffee is good or bad for us, and that omega-6 oils are heart healthy when in fact they are the exact opposite.

When it comes to food, I sincerely believe that traditional diets is the best source of information. Irish moss has been used for generations among seaside cultures as complete body nourishing tonics. I personally consumed Irish moss regularly for years as a preventative for a Crohn’s flare up, for thyroid health and to keep my internal tissues healthy, leading to healthy skin.

We can not judge the health of a whole food based on unnatural processed concentrations of its component parts. We cannot compare studies on isolated phytochemicals used in higher than natural or normal concentrations as grounds for avoiding a whole, unprocessed, nature-made food. 

Granted, some people may have personal and individualized sensitivities to Irish moss, just like we can all have unique responses to any number of foods. All of the studies and articles relating to the Irish moss worries have nothing to do with Irish moss. They are about the concentration of the extracted and heavily processed carrageenan, which, as I mentioned, are not the same thing.

If you are in doubt, then please do keep it out. I only ask that you always do your own thorough research, read the information and make your own decisions. And if none of those reports make any sense, and you’re still not convinced, eat something (or stop eating it) and decide for yourself how you feel. That will always be your best measure.

If you’d like to include Irish moss in your diet, here is a video explaining simple ways to prepare it.

How To Prepare Sea Moss / Irish Moss

YouTube video

How To Prepare Sea Moss

  • If dried: soak it for a few hours in water. Rinse away any sand that may be present.
  • If fresh: clean the fresh moss of all other bits of seaweed, and wash thoroughly to remove sand and grit.

Once soaked/cleaned, you’ll want to simmer the moss in clean water until tender.

How to Use Irish Moss

Irish moss has a strong, sea-like flavour, so it’s better to start using it in small amounts and also use it in recipes where the taste will be disguised by the other flavours. Try using it in:

Recipes That Use Irish Moss

Where To Purchase Sea Moss/ Irish Moss

For a long time, I carried this product and sold it directly. Unfortunately, after a hurricane wiped out my Caribbean supplier in 2010, and Fukushima made sea vegetables from the Pacific a questionable choice, I have chosen not to sell directly.

I recommend checking out your local West Indian grocer or looking online. You can find it on here and here.

Sea Moss


  1. I have never used sea moss and I would love to try the Shake, can yo do step by step how to make it please? i am so sorry…

  2. HI, I 1st tried this from a smoothie shop and it made me feel fantastic, so I searched on line for how to get it and learned I could make it. Tried to find locally, to no avail, so ordered on line. I made my 1st batch 2 days ago, but am not feeling the lift I got from the one purchased from smoothie shop (they sold a container of the gel). I soaked mine in water for 12 hours, then covered with water and blended till smooth. It thickened, but did not turn to gel, nor got clear (kind of a tan color). Since I don’t feel the same effect, I’m wondering if I need to throw out this batch and start over. I had not seen your video until today – which does a great job of demonstrating how to make. I’m also curious as to how much I should consume a day. Thank you in advance for you response.

  3. The best place that I found to order from in the U.S. is I usually get 2 lbs at a time and that lasts me and my family for a long, long time.

  4. Anyone with thyroid issues should get their Iodine levels checked before using moss or other sea vegetables, seaweed, algae especially if they have Hashimoto’s when supplementing with Iodine is not often recommended.

  5. Hi, I am new to your blog and I am looking for Irish sea moss. I heard its best in its wet state not dry. Could you explain the difference. I would like to purchase it as well. I have thyroid disease and high blood pressure and was wondering how good is it for the blood pressure. Thanks

  6. Meghan, I am finding powdered sea moss online. Is that something you would recommend or is buying it whole better?

  7. Love your video. I just rinse really well and put it in a mason jar with filtered or spring water and let sit on the counter for a few hours. Then I keep the jar in the fridge and take what I need from there. When I’m done I pour the water into my dogs dehydrated food, plants or use it on my skin or make lotion from it.

    Curious why you cook it? It gets so incredibly soft from soaking…and yes, it’s wonderful stuff!

  8. I live in the Caribbean island of Barbados the people in the Caribbean, make a delicious drink out of seamoss, adding condensed milk or coconut milk with spices. Delicious, I made some Yesterday.

  9. I read your article on Sea Moss (aka Irish Moss). Excited to read about all of the health benefits I did some further research and found articles that Irish Moss contained carrageenan which is not at all good for us in that it causes inflammation, wrecks havoc on our gut and has cancer causing potential. Can you clarify?

  10. Hey Meghan, my name is Juelle and I suffer with hypothyroidism. I drink a mixture of seamoss, blue vervain leaves and cinnamon blended with hot water every morning and my thyroid shrunk considerably. I even began to lose and noticed changes in mood and energy levels, so I concur, it works

  11. Well I simmer the irish moss with whole cinnamon until it’s completely melted. Pour into mugs or jars and when cool store in fridge. For smoothies I put scoops in blender with condensed milk/liquid milk and blend to desired texture. For a tasty punch add a little rum.

  12. You can find Irish Sea Moss all over NYC in Jamaican restaurants and groceries and other various Carribean islands establishments. It is a common bottled or house made drink, along with other tasty, healthy drinks like Sorrel, ginger beer (non-alcoholic) and the like. This is the Jamaican way, so if you have a Jamaican restaurant near you first be sure to look for it there before scouring online sources. If you do order online, be sure to get some dried sorrel too to make that drink as well.

  13. Hi. I have a lot of sea moss on my hands… well in the freezer actually… more than I can use in any recipes. Is there anyway I can prepare and then freeze into pill size or bite size that I can just swallow? Thank you so much for your help!

  14. Hi, I suffer from Graves’ disease. I have a whole lot of Irish Moss that I’m getting ready to prepare. I am Jamaican, but this is my first time ever using Irish Moss. my only question is, can I just blend it raw with my other ingredients to make my smoothie? Thank you!

  15. Good morning Meghan

    Lovely forum. Kudos to you!!!

    Is the Irish moss equally good as the Jamaican one?

    Thank you


  16. I have asthma and have a hard time fighting respiratory infections. It takes 2 weeks and additional steroids to recover from a simple cold. I began drinking green tea with antioxidants including Irish Moss and it knocked my next cold out in a day!

  17. Great site. My mom told me about Sea Moss – we are from the Caribbean and now live in the States. My family grew up on this amazing stuff and it works.

  18. I grew up in the Caribbean drinking lots of seamoss which made me healthy strong and very smart ! I now live in the U.K., but just last month I went home n brought back a whole heap of sea moss .. And this week prepared a big pot which am enjoying daily in my smoothie mixed with Goji, dates , hemp milk – sea moss is serious power food – packed with nutrients, healing power and energy.

    When preparing I tend to add spices ( ground cinnamon, nutmeg and bay leaf) and boil it until it’s complety dissolved …but I do like your style with the blender …

    Great site and blog ..


  19. Hi,
    I made my Irish moss gel following your video. Can I just take a spoonful of this a day or should I mix it with something ? Trying to get off synthroid!


  20. Hi, Great video. I just purchased sea moss powder and find it very overpowering with taste and smell. I put it in a smoothy but teaser and smell were too much. Any recommendations on how to best use this? Thank you!!

  21. I was searching for Irish sea moss and came accross your site and it was just delightful to learn its benefits. You are first to teach how to prepare sea moss. I search for it on Upaya but the did not have it on display but Raw Food World has it. I will purchase it and do exactly you stated. I also wanted to know:
    1) what to do with left over liquid after boiling sea moss and how much to drink it daily.
    2) After you had it blended how long to keep it fridge and how much to use daily.
    Excellent article.

    Thank you

  22. Thank you so much, I found your way of preparing sea moss is the best because using the same water that you boiled the sea moss in instead of throwing it away !
    Thank you again :))

  23. I just started using Sea Moss even though it is found in my home country St. Vincent and the Grenadines. A friend introduced me to it because i had a stomach problem.

    I prepared mine using caribbean spices, milk and boiling the moss until it became a gel like paste. I am surprised to see so many persons enjoying this product of nature.

  24. Hi! I can not handle fishy tasting things. I assume the moss tastes similar to seaweed? Can i grind it up and capsule it and reap the benefits?

  25. Thanks this was very informative! Question can this be used for toddlers as well and how? Particular for skin

  26. Do you have a recipe for a”salad” using Irish moss? And I’d like information on your body butter where to get it. Thanks.

  27. Hi Meghan!
    I would like to know if you can take the gel that you made and eat it from the spoon or dilute in warn/hot water to create a broth/soup? What amount do you suggest? Thanks!

  28. I like this post and it’s benefits but I’m highly allergic to so many things and already have a lot of problems with my stomach, thyroids, fibromyalgia, nerve damage, hypertension and sleep apnea-certain tastes makes me gag so do you thing this would benefit me?

  29. Sea Moss is probably what I was looking for. But whatever I buy requires I subtract something else. I already eat no food unhealthy, and supplements for a balance on what I miss. I will see if it is available in a health food store in capsule form.

  30. Are the capsules just as effective? How long do you have to take to feel the relief from ailments and some disease?

  31. How do you feel about the Irish Sea Moss powder? I picked some up from my local heath food store to help with my son’s iron intake. He also has inflammation of the gut. Do you think the powder is free of carogenean? Thoughts please. ❤️

  32. Hello there.
    Can I add see moss on my diet considering I just finish my treatment against a breast cancer, succefully thank God..
    I really would love but not sure due some concerns I have been reading about.

  33. hi. I just got irish sea moss powder and was wondering can my husband and I take it daily and for how long should we take it?

  34. Hi Meghan: I am so glad that you are into Irish Sea Moss. I always soak and rinse with lime/lemon for days to release the salt. One more tip try not make the heat too high, it will boil over. It is a sticky mess to clean up! Thanks for Sharing. I truly appreciate you. And you and Josh look amazingly beautiful and happy.

  35. Hi,

    I’m looking into buying Irish moss. Did you have it while you were pregnant?

    I can’t find much information relating to its effects in pregnancy at all!


  36. Hi there! I purchased some Irish moss recently, and I really want all the healing properties it has to offer. The smell.. and the texture about gagged me. Lol even with some hemp milk and cinnamon. I also heard that you can use it to prepare an alkaline porridge for babies. Can you offer some great recipes for me and the baby that would help me enjoy this amazing discovery?

  37. I just wonder why foods like seaweeds and moss that have been here and used as foods since forever they are not popular foods? Is it unable to be mass produced ? Does it lose to many nutrients cooked ?Does it taste so bad? Does it take to much to equal in proportion to a serving of fish or meat or tofu ? What is the hold up to getting nutritious food ? Can it be used in baby formula or pet foods at least?

  38. Hi Meghan,

    Thanks for your website and the information you provide.

    I am interested in buying a seamoss tincture. I live in Toronto as well. There is a product I found online (it has tincture & powder). I was wondering if you recommend it. I am not sure if sea moss has to be organic. I read that the source of water it comes in is important. This product doesn’t state this information. Would you recommend this sea moss? Please let me know. Thank you!


  39. Why did you stop using it?
    Is the purple Irish Moss the one I shouldn’t use? I don’t want any carrageenan. I’m ashamed to say I bought it a year ago; is it too old to use?

  40. hi! This article was so helpful. Thank you! I keep researching the amount of sea moss or sea moss gel that should be taken per day for health benefits but I can’t seem to find any information on that. Do you know where I could find that info?

  41. Hi there, thank you for all the wonderful information. I wanted to ask you a personal question if you don’t mind. How long have you been using sea moss and have you ever stopped and regressed health wise? Thanks you in advance.

  42. I love sea moss. I use it everyday. On my skin, hair, full body and in my smoothies and tea. No one believes my age. My skin glows and is super soft. I need a supply of this superfood!

  43. Good day, enjoyed your article , have 1 question that is are the Sea Moss capsules safe to take? In other words where can I find capsules that have been cleaned from the sand ,dirt etc?
    I have seen a lady on utube making homemade capsules

    I have decided to try the Irish Sea Moss in the bag first to see how it makes me feel and if comfortable with it would like to try the capsules as I will be traveling.. What do you suggest?

    I look forward to your reply
    Thank you!

  44. Thanks for video! It was good info, lmao using the organic sea moss powder in my own G7 elixer ! It jam packed with all the good nutrients found on the earth and water! And now Sea moss!! Thank you DB

  45. Do you know if it grows in Florida off the gulf of Mexico? My husband, who is from the Caribbean, told me about how they use that in the islands when we found some at the beach last weekend, but I would like to be sure that it grows here and that’s not just a “lookalike” we seen before ingesting it…

  46. Does sea moss go bad?
    I left mine in water for a few days(in the refrigerator) when I try to make my gel, it was slobbery. Is that normal or should I not use? Thanks

  47. I eat raw Irish Sea Moss right out of the jar. Three tea spoons daily. It worked wonders on my painful joints. After three days of taking it my legs are pain free. I’m going up steps now like I did ten years ago. I had to develop a taste for it. Because I believe that Raw is the best way to go. I would like to know what affect it has on my vocal chords if any?

  48. I am jyst gojng to start sea moss , I live in SCOTLAND jyst over the sea from Ireland ,I am 65 and been earthy up until the last 15 years , I have had majors opps .and I would like to know ax I do not cook for myself , is the pill form for sea moss , just as good , thank you ,so glad I found you ,

  49. Hi Meghan thank you so much for this article and for still replying to the comments even though your article is from January
    My sister gave me a bag of sea moss yesterday having not heard of it, I started looking into it and came across your article.
    Did I miss you mentioning how much to start taking? Or shall I just experiment with it.
    I appreciate you do not give nutritional advice but just a rough idea would be greatly appreciated.
    Thanks again :)

  50. Hey there Meghan :)
    I just recently got some Irish sea moss, and decided to rub some on my arm, my skin turn pink where it was applied.. is this normal? or perhaps an allergy? I apologize for the dumb question ;p Thank you!

  51. Hello as a 21 year old i have been going thru insomnia and fatigue for years and it have been affecting me for so many years It started at 13 idk what caused it but ive been going to the doctors taking medicine and even tried majuana and the list goes o, the doctors told me they don’t know what’s going on do think sea moss will help cure my insomnia I never tryed it before? And by the way I’m a very picky eater the only fruits I know I like is bluberrys, bananna, strawberries and grapes and I don’t like many vegetables.

  52. I add some fresh fruits, green vegetables , a little cinnamon powder, two drops of Vanilla essence & blend it in coconut water.

  53. What are your favorite ways to use Irish moss and how have you personally found it impact your health? It sounds like a super-food.

  54. I’ve just discovered irish moss and after having soaked it and rinsed it repeatedly until soft I blended it raw with a bit of water. I’m glad to have found your blog Meghan coz I wasn’t going to last with the raw recipe as the fishy smell stayed with me all day yesterday after I downed half a pint glass

  55. I have been taking sea moss for about a month and my sleep has improved. I have also been doing 10,000 steps a day, so that might contribute to it as well.
    Reading your article you suggest using sea miss with “dairy free” drinks. Any issues with that? I usually have mine in the morning with my coffee and milk.

  56. Is there a capsule product you can recommend versus the Amazon link you posted? I’d rather consume it as a capsule (not sure I can tolerate the smell otherwise). Thank you for your help.

  57. Hi, Meghan! Thank you for this very informative website! I’ve been struggling all year with IBS-D, and it’s become rather severe. I’ll be meeting with my GI doctor later in the week and will definitely discuss with him adding the moss to my diet. In the meantime, I have a question about how to use it. I suppose because of the severity of the diarrhea, lately I’ve been obsessed with making (and consuming) broths, stocks, & soups. Instead of cooking the moss separately, and then pureeing it, would it work just as well if I simply add it (like I would with kelp or any herbs I happen to be using) to my broth/stock as it’s being cooked? Thank you so much for your help!

  58. How much do you eat per day? I have Hypothyroid and am taking a natural pork derivative right now called Nature-Thyroid, 65 mg. 5 day a week.

  59. Thanks for the reminder! I had a package of sea moss in the cupboard that is now soaking. I plan on making your super holiday nog with it!

  60. I had purchased a Irish Sea moss/ bladderwhack gel combo that smelled horrendous so I couldn’t eat it. I purchased sea moss alone and prepared it raw and there was no smell or taste is that normal? How do you know if it’s authentic sea moss?

  61. So I check your amazon link and there were quite a few bad reviews saying it’s fake sea moss. Almost every product I’ve checked on amazon have a mix of really good review and really bad ones so it’s hard to tell if the reviews are real. Anyone know a good source?

  62. I had purchase powder Irish moss at the health food store and grounded Irish moss is it the same if not can you give me the address when you get Irish moss at they told me it was the same

  63. I have a reliable Sea Moss product coming from the pristine waters of St. Vincent and the Grenadines. If you’re interested, please reach out to me.

  64. Hi Meghan, I purchased the powder form of Irish Moss (chondrus crispus), but it doesn’t have preparation advice on the package, only recommended intake amounts. Please, could you give me measurement suggestion for preparing about 1 cup of the gel? Also, after reading about carrageenan, would you be able to tell me if this powder form which indicates 100% pure would be a degraded version or like carrageenan once prepared? I hope I didn’t purchase the wrong version of Irish Sea Moss. Thank you for any enlightening information you can give me.

  65. I purchase Irish Moss from Herbco and known under the name Monterey Bay Spice Company. Irish Moss is Cut & Sifted and Kosher Certificate. Is there a different between Irish Moss you talk about. Do you get the same benefits from cut & sifted as you do with the sea moss you speak about and do I wash and soak this Irish Moss

  66. You said you took it for years. What happened when you stopped? Did you get sick? Cold, flu, pneumonia? How often did you take it. Just wondering if there’s a crash if I stop taking it.

  67. What is the difference between iodine and iodide? I was recently diagnosed with hypothyroid and instead of just relying on the medications, I am looking to make changes to my gut health and overall diet. I have been using himalayan salt for couple years only to find out recently that it is iodine deficient. I also looked at Celtic salt but what does it mean when the packaging says “doesn’t contain iodide – a necessary nutrient”. I am VERY confused. Rest assured, I am definitely incorporating Irish moss in my diet. If you can also direct me to any helpful resource to understand and aid in the improvement of my overall thyroid health, thank you!

  68. Since sea moss may contain thyroid hormones, isn’t that going to hinder thyroid function in the long run? Hence it is known that taking any external hormone will compromise the body’s ability to produce it naturally? The NCBI study you referred to also states that supplementation with high dose kelp caused TSH (Thyroid Stimulating Hormone) to significantly decrease after the discontinuation taking kelp.

    That being said, i think experience is what matters in this context, so i would like to ask you and anyone reading this if you have encountered any thyroid issues upon using sea moss or after stopping it for a while

  69. Which brand of the Chondrus Crispus do you purchase and where? From my research it’s the better of the varieties… the problem is not all mfg are forthcoming with which is used. Secondly do you have any knowledge or expertise with the bladderwrack, if so the same question . Thank you

  70. Hi There, once the sea moss is prepared into a gel, will drinking it with hot water and lime take away from the nutrients? Or should it be consumed in cold water?

  71. I was recently, informed about Sea moss from my hair stylist a few days ago. She texted me this informative article regarding the healthy benefits of Sea moss. I was truly, surprised at what I was reading. With the several components of Sea moss, I’m now a believer that my family and I can benefit from using Sea moss. I’m sure, this will help my family, especially with my two grandsons 10 & 12 in which I’m currently, raising who has been diagnosed with ADHD and other diagnosis. The Sea moss will definitely, be an added addition to our mental / emotional health and immune system regiment. I can’t wait to get started.

    Thank you,
    P. Harrison

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