Sea moss is a whole food that is in fact chock full of beneficial vitamins, nutrients, and antioxidants. Like chia seeds, aloe, and okra, sea moss is a mucilaginous food. As gross as this sounds, its snotty texture makes it a great healing/soothing agent for mucus membranes in the body, including in the respiratory and digestive systems. According to some animal studies, sea moss can have a probiotic effect during digestion. This means that it can increase beneficial short-chain fatty acids in the colon, get rid of bad bacteria in the gut, and improve overall gut health and immunity.
Benefits of Sea Moss:
- Help Rid the Body of Excess Mucus
- Thyroid Support
- Digestive Health
- Support Reproductive Health
- Mood Enhancement
- Healthy Weight Management
- Packed With Essential Nutrients
- Support Healthy Iron Levels
- Joint Health
- Support Overall Health
- Boost Immune System
- Salad Dressing
- Homemade Ice Cream
- Stews and Soups
- Great plant-based substitute for gelatin or other thickening agents
Major Minerals in Sea Moss (Irish Moss)
Vitamins in Sea Moss
Sea moss consists of different vitamins which are very essential to our human body. It has vitamins like A, B, C, D, E and K. Each vitamin has its own health benefits.
Vitamin A in sea moss helps in improving eyesight. It also helps in developing immunity against cold and flu.
Vitamin B in sea moss helps in regulating the metabolism of the body, maintains the nervous system and skin health.
Vitamin C helps in maintaining the immune system of the body. It also aids in absorbing iron in the body.
Vitamin D maintains your bone health and improves the deficiency of calcium in the body.
Vitamin E acts as antioxidants which protect against cell walls.
Vitamin K in sea moss recovers from clotting of blood.
Pantothenic Acid B5
- Refrigerate up to 2 weeks
- If you decide to stock up and buy several jars of gel, you can freeze the gel up to 6 months