Sea Moss is Edible Algae

What's In It?

Sea Moss is a sea vegetable. Sea vegetables have one of the broadest ranges of minerals of any food, containing virtually all the minerals found in the ocean—and many of the same minerals found in human blood.

​Studies show that mineral deficiencies are at the root of many health problems. The human body needs macro minerals (including calcium, magnesium, phosphorus and potassium) and micro minerals (including iron, zinc, iodine, manganese and selenium​​​​. Plus vitamins A, B, C, D, E, F & K) to stay healthy, strong and energized.

​Our sea moss (eucheuma cottonii) is Caribbean grown and sourced. A region that has used this super food and natural supplement for generations. It is from the red algae genus, making it among the best algae to eat and drink.

By The Numbers

Vitamin A - 2 to 3 times more vitamins than carrots

Calcium - 3 times more calcium than cow's milk

Vitamin B12 - 4 times more Vitamin B12 than eggs

Iron - 28 times more iron than liver

Promotes Healthy Skin

and Hair

Sea Moss is a great supplier of collagen which is good to keep skin firm and supple. It's also good for hair and scalp.

Recovery & Healing for Healthy Bones & Joints

Sea Moss may provide relief from muscle and joint pain. Its minerals aid in healing and recovery from injury, and support healthy bones.

Boosts

Immune System

Sea Moss is known to have antiviral, antibacterial, anticoagulant and antimicrobial properties.

Detoxifying

Properties

Sea Moss contains a compound called algin, a kind of phytonutrient which is a detoxifier which makes sure toxins are flushed from our system.

Anti-inflammatory

capabilities

The content of potassium chloride makes sea moss an effective expectorant which may help remove mucus to ease breathing.