Sea Moss


Common Uses of Sea Moss:

Stabilising agent in food

  • Containing carrageenan, Irish Moss is commonly used as a thickener, emulsifier and stabiliser in milk products such as yogurt, ice cream, soy milk, and gelatin like desserts.

Drinks & Tonics

  • A very low-calorie drink and moreover it is rich in nutrients, thus it may help towards desired losing weight.
  • Most popular as a respiratory tonic. A favourite amongst athletes and bodybuilders. Acting as a mild laxative and skin healer that is also helpful for strengthening the connective tissues and joints as well as a tonic for mood disorders.


  • A reputed cure for digestive problems like stomach ulcers.
  • Containing selenium, Irish Moss also helps in the production of thyroid hormone. It also has iodine in a good amount which helps in the functioning of the thyroid gland.
  • A source of potassium chloride, a nutrient that helps to dissolve catarrhs (inflammation and phlegm in the mucous membranes), which cause congestion.
  • It also contains compounds that act as natural antimicrobial and antiviral agents, helping to rid the body of infections.
  • In Venezuela it has been used for generations as a home remedy for sore throats and chest congestion, boiled in milk and served with honey before bed.

How to make Sea Moss Gel


  • Rinse your sea moss thoroughly with spring water. Be sure to run your fingers through the sea moss to remove any trapped particles and sand.
  • Place the sea moss in a bowl and cover with fresh spring water.
  • Cover and refrigerate for 12-48 hours.
  • Pour off the water and give the sea moss another rinsing with spring water.
  • Place the sea moss in a blender and add 3/4-1 cup of fresh spring water.
  • Blend until desired texture is reached.
  • Place sea moss gel in an airtight, sterile glass container and refrigerator for up to 1-month.
  • Take 1 tablespoon per day. (Mix is smoothies, oatmeal, soups, millet porridge, etc)
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