Give your immune system a boost with the finest wild crafted sea moss straight from our native soil!

So what is seamoss, exactly?

Sea moss also known as Irish Moss is a type of algae that grows year round that has been consumed by humans for centuries in places like the Caribbean, Africa and Ireland. This superfood, throughout history, has been used for medicinal uses in cultures for generations to treat various medical conditions ranging from coughs to low sex drive. 

Where is seamoss from

Where our seamoss comes from

Native Soil Seamoss is grown on the coast lines of the Indian ocean, on the island of Zanzibar, Tanzania. The seamoss is naturally grown in protected local waters by Tanzanian farmers on the island. We have established a great relationship with the aqua cultural farmers who reside at Zanzibar making it possible to bring this amazing superfood available to the people in Europe. Our seamoss is a lovely colorfol mix between purple and gold of the highest quality and exceptionally fresh and clean.

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Benefits of seamoss

What are the benefits of seamoss?
Sea Moss is renowned as a vegan and gluten-free superfood. Sea moss is vitamin-rich. It contains 92 of the 110 minerals our bodies are mode from. Some of the nutrients contained in Sea Moss include: Vitamin B2, Vitamin B12, Calcium Chromium, Magnesium,Manganese ,Zinc, Potassium Selenium, Vitamins A, K, and E Folate. Seamoss is know to boost energy levels. Seamoss is packed with iron. This is something many plant-based eaters lack because it’s more commonly found in animal foods such as meat, poultry and seafood. Sea moss however, contains about 9 milligrams of iron per 100 grams. This means that sea moss has about 9 times more iron than chicken.

How To Turn Your Sea Moss Into Gel
Now that your sea moss has been rinsed properly you can turn your seamoss into sea moss gel. 1. Add your sea moss to a high powered blender and add about 1 cup of water depending on the consisteny you’d like for your seamoss gel. You can always add more water afterwards if you want a thinner substance so you can start off with smaller amounts first. 2. Turn on your blender and let it mix for about 1-3 minutes. Afterwards pour your seamoss gel into an airtight container or jar and refrigerate. The seamoss gel will thicken out in the fridge after a couple of hours.

How to make seamoss gel

How To Prepare Your Seamoss
There are many different ways you can prepare your sea moss and add it to your favorite dish or smoothie. But before you can start enjoying your sea moss you must first rinse it thouroughly. Sea moss comes straight out of the ocean, which means tiny salt particles and debris from the ocean will be mixed in with the raw sea moss. You first need to wash it and therafter soak it in cold distilled water for at least 12 to 24 hours. You’ll notice the Sea Moss will come back to life in the water and expand to twice it’s size, become white and gelatinous which means it’s now ready for consumption. The next step, is to add your Sea Moss to your blender while also adding fresh distilled or spring water.

Seamoss Shelf Life
Like any food, seamoss will eventually expire. Our dried seamoss will expire in about a year if the package hasn’t been opened. We make sure to follow strict health and food handling protocols from the harvesting stages all the way through to preparing your seamoss for sale and consumption. We work in sterile environments that are food grade, wear hair nets, gloves and face masks and ensure your Sea Moss is packaged in new bags that are sealed to ensure quality and freshness. Once the seal has been broken, youcan expect to get around 3 months of shelf life, depending on how you’ve stored your seamoss. 

How To Store Seamoss
Never store your seamoss in a damp and warm place. This will detoriate it quickly. 

Dried seamoss should be stored in a dark cool place. It doesn’t have to stay in the pouch bag. The salt from the ocean works as a natural preservatige and will keep the moss from going bad. Do not keep your dried seamoss in the fridge as the environment is too moist and the salt crystals won’t be able to protect the moss.

Soaked hydrated moss or seamoss gel should be stored in your fridge. You can use a clean jar, bowl or container with a lid to keep it fresh for up to 2 weeks. Seamoss gel can lose a little of it’s gelling property over time.

Seamoss gel can also be frozen. You can use an ice cube tray and fill it with Seamoss Gel. When it is fully frozen, you can wrap it in a pouch bag but don’t keep it open. It’s very convenient to have the right portion size moss ready on hand whenever needed.

 

Does Seamoss Promote Natural Weight Loss?
Sea moss contains iodine, which is the vital thyroid hormone precursor that is important for healthy thyroid function and controlling your body’s metabolism and appetite. Sea moss also retains water, which makes you feel full and suppressing cravings. You should try to add sea moss to your favorite diet shakes and you could even try to use it as a meal replacement if you want fast restults. Always talk to a nutritionist beforehand.

Does Seamoss Help Build Muscle?
Seamoss is rich in protein, with 6 grams of protein per 100 grams of sea moss. Which means you’ll be reaping the benefits by adding your sea moss gel to your post-workout smoothies. 

Does Seamoss Build a Healthy Immune System?
Given the current health situation and ongoing pandemic, sea moss is the perfect superfood to add to your daily nutrition. Sea moss helps the body fight back against all types of immune threats, including viruses and everyday aging. Seamoss has been usedfor hundreds of years to treat and prevent symptoms from the cold and flu. It can be used to prevet colds and help you recover from sickness. Seamoss also contains potassium chloride, which helps the body reduce inflammation. People use seamoss to lower their risk of infections because of it’s positive impact on the immune system. 


Nutritional value

2 Tablespoons of sea moss contain: 

Calories: 5
Fat: 0 grams 
Cholesterol:
0 miligrams

Sodium:
7 miligrams
Carbohydrates: 1 gram
Fiber: 0 grams
Sugar: 0 grams
Protein: 6 grams 

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