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Sea Moss (chondrus crispus form)

Updated: Feb 3, 2022

Sea Moss, also known as Irish Moss, is a sea vegetable that hydrates, regenerates and rebuilds most cells in the body. Sea Moss is a type of red algae that grows on the Atlantic coastlines of North America, Europe, and the Caribbean Islands. The Irish have been using sea moss for medicine and nutrients during famine since the 1800s.

It contains vitamins including but not limited to vitamin A, C, E, K, and B Vitamins (B1, B2, B5, B6, B9, B12). This superfood is a source of iodine, potassium, iodine, sulfur, calcium, iron, selenium, sodium, manganese, phosphorus, magnesium, manganese, zinc, bromine as well as contains protein.


Sea Moss is low in fat and has a few calories. It‘s a healthy alternative to over the counter vitamin and mineral supplements due to its rich source of vegetable protein, vitamins and minerals including beta-carotene, chlorophyll, enzymes, amino acids, and fiber.


Sea Moss helps strengthen bones, aids in weight-loss and balances iron-deficiency, anemia, and metabolism. It adjusts water levels, eliminates water retention, balances hormones and reproductive abilities. Sea Moss is highly beneficial for healing the skin of eruptions, burns, scabs, wounds, eczema and premature aging. It can be used as a facial to restore elasticity and firmness to create new skin.


Sea Moss can be prepared and consumed in many forms including gel, juice, pill, tablet or powder.


Sea Moss Benefits:


• 92 of 102 Minerals body requires


• Immunity


• Antibacterial


• Anti-inflammatory


• Anti-viral


• Mental and Physical Health


• Energy


• Healthy Heart


• Laxative


• Weight Management


• Improves Metabolism


• Clears Mucous


• Coughs and Colds Including, Pneumonia and Tuberculosis and Bronchitis


• Gastric Ulcers


• Intestinal Problems


• Supports Joint & Skin health


• and more


EataCure Sea moss (Irish Moss) Gel instructions:


1-2 tablespoons daily either straight or in a shake, water, juice, tea, coffee or cook with it as a thickener, gravy or egg substitute, veggies etc.


Sea Moss should be stored in the fridge (vented daily) for up to 3-4 weeks or frozen in ready to use containers to be used in a number of different ways.


UNITED STATES RECOMMENDATIONS – The Institute of Medicine has set the Recommended Dietary Allowance (RDA) for iodine in adult men and women at 150 μg per day. Individuals who add salt to their food regularly during cooking or at the table should use iodized salt.

Sea Moss (chondrus crispus)


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August 12, 2020|EataCure





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