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Purple & Gold Sea Moss

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Our multi-colored, spectrum Irish sea moss is the best of all the sea moss colors combined. Our sea moss is pure and shipped in straight from the clean beautiful shores of eastern St. Lucia. It is harvested straight out of the ocean and charged in the sun to dry.

Sea Moss contains 92 of the 102 mineralsin the human body. Nutrient-Packed, Boost Immunity Soothe Digestion, Rich in Iron, Zinc, B Vitamins, Magnesium,Aides in Bowel Regulation, Anti-Inflammatory, Antiviral & Antimicrobial, Mucus Removal, Relieves Respiratory Conditions, Improve Emotional Health, Strengthen Joints and Bone, Improve Skin Health.

It Can Be Used in Drinks, Puddings, Ice Creams, Sauces, Teas, Smoothies, Soups, Skin Remedies, Hair Care and Much More. 

How to prepare Sea Moss gel

Thoroughly Clean Sea Moss Rinsing Out Natural Salts, Sands, and Sea Debris

( preferably with spring water)

~Soak in Room Temperature Water for 4-24 Hours With Lime/Lemon Juice, Changing the Water Every 4-6 Hours as Needed. Lime/Lemon Reduces Ocean Taste and Smell, Without Altering the Potent Benefits.

~Sea Moss will turn into translucent color. Texture will be soft and slippery and will increase in size.

~Blend Sea Moss with Spring Water until it’s a smooth gel consistency.

~Store gel in the fridge in an airtight glass jar. Recommended to finish gel within 2 weeks.

~ Use 2-4 Tablespoons daily as desired. 

2oz

Multicolored Sea Moss has the same basic nutrients.However, due to the different Phytonutrients in the different gold, green and purple seamoss, this results in different colors.

Information Resources:

https://fruitsandveggies.org/stories/what-are-phytochemicals

Risks and benefits of consuming edible seaweeds

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC6551690/

 

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