RAW and Wildcrafted St Lucian Sea moss (Eucheuma Cottonii) to make your own gel.
RAW Sea moss (Eucheuma Cottonii)
ALLERGEN Warning: May contain traces of crustaceans and molluscs.
How To Use
How To Use
Full instructions are provided on how to prepare the perfect sea moss gel. For digestion: Ingest a table spoon of Sea Moss Gel every day (until the use by date), by adding to smoothies or food. For skin / hair:** Apply a small amount of Sea Moss Gel to your usual skin or haircare routine.
Servings create approximately:
- 50g (800ml-1l)
- 100g (1.6l-2l)
- 200g (3.2l-4l)Once made into a gel Sea moss has an approximate shelf life of 3 weeks, alternatively it can be frozen for up to 3 months
What Is Sea Moss?
Sea moss is a natural superfood found in the ocean and it provides over 90% of the essential nutrients your body needs.
Make It A Daily Habit
With a spoon.
With your meals.
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Frequently Asked Questions
What is Sea Moss?
Sea Moss is a superfood and type of algae found in the depths of the Caribbean and Ireland. It has over 20 health benefits for you.
Where is your Sea Moss from?
Our sea moss is ethically sourced from the Caribbean and Ireland.
How long does Sea Moss gel last?
Each jar has a use-by date of about three weeks from when you receive it. However, if you freeze it, it can last up to 3 months. Always keep it refrigerated.
How much Sea Moss should I take?
Start with one tablespoon of sea moss gel daily for a week, then increase to two tablespoons. Remember, a little goes a long way!
How long does it take to see results?
The benefits of sea moss can vary for each individual. Daily consumption will help in experiencing its full benefits over time.
Who is Sea Moss for?
Sea moss is suitable for anyone, regardless of age. However, due to its high iodine content, those with thyroid disorders or stomach ulcers should consult their doctor before taking it.
How do I store Sea Moss gel?
Always keep your sea moss gel refrigerated. If you want to preserve it for longer, you can freeze it for up to 3 months but avoid freezing the whole glass jar. An ice cube tray is an easy way to use each serving once frozen.
What are some of the essential minerals and vitamins in Sea moss?
Iodine: Supports thyroid function and is essential for developing babies.
Folate (Folic Acid): Necessary for baby growth during pregnancy.
Iron: Helps in the production of red blood cells.
Magnesium: Supports muscle and nerve function.
Potassium: Helps regulate fluid balance, muscle contractions, and nerve signals.
Silica: Essential for bone health.
Boron: Important for bone health and brain function.
Selenium: Protects cells from damage.
Chromium: Helps regulate blood sugar levels.
Essential Fatty Acids: Important for brain health and reducing inflammation.
Vitamin D: Essential for bone health and immune system support.
Water Soluble Fibers: Aids in digestion and help maintain healthy cholesterol levels.
Can I take sea moss if I am pregnant or breastfeeding?
Yes, Seamoss is beneficial for pregnant women, supporting amniotic fluid production and providing essential nutrients. However, always make an informed decision and consider consulting a healthcare professional.
Can children have sea moss?
Yes, it's safe for children. Start with half a teaspoon for the first week, then a full teaspoon. It can be blended into fruit smoothies or frozen into ice pops.