Full Description: Irish moss, sea moss or seaweed, has a lot of health benefits!
The first thing to know about Irish moss is that it isn’t moss at all – it’s seaweed.
Also known as carrageen (from the Irish word carraigín meaning “little rock”) and by its scientific name chondrus crispus, Irish moss is a species of red algae that grows in the cool Atlantic waters along the rocky coastlines of Europe and North America. It's also popular in Jamaica.
The healthful properties of Irish moss include Vitamins A, E, F and K, calcium, potassium, and sulfur. It is also a naturally occurring source of iodine, which can be difficult to include in one’s diet through food alone (making iodized salt the most common source), and is especially important for supporting healthy thyroid functioning.
Rich in potassium chloride, Irish moss can work wonders for congestion and mucous and holds anti-bacterial and anti-viral properties.
It’s also thought to be good for dry skin and for skin conditions ranging from eczema to psoriasis, making it a valued ingredient for lotions and moisturizers.
Sea Moss can be consumed many ways. The most popular way is to turn it into Sea Moss Gel and adding 1-2 tablespoon a day in coffee, tea, soup, smoothies and more!
You will notice that you Sea Moss for the most part is a golden color but the hues may be different throughout your sea moss.
Clean your sea moss couple times to remove all the impurities. You can find many recepies online to make Gel, use in Salad etc.
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