What is Seamoss?

Sea Moss is a seaweed that is grown and harvested from the waters of the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans. 


Also known as the  “Collagen of the Sea”, Sea Moss is abundant in minerals, vitamins, antioxidants, and natural anti-bacterial properties which can help support our well being and health.

The recommended daily dose of sea moss is 1-2 tablespoons or 4 to 8 grams per day. This level of dosage should allow users to see the benefits without noticing too much of the potential side effects. It is recommended that anyone with higher than normal levels of iodine should avoid taking sea moss in any form. 


Sea Moss & The Respiratory System

Not only does sea moss contain a surplus of minerals, it is also full of potassium chloride, omega-3 fatty acids and chlorophyll.These are the main nutrients responsible for dissolving inflammation and mucous in the respiratory system. Acting as a natural decongestant. To top it off, sea moss contains anti-viral and antimicrobial compounds that help boost your immune system and fight off infections.

Top Benefits Of Sea Moss

Sea moss also helps the body fight back against everyday aging and inflammation, in what could be called “the anti’s:” Anti-inflammatory, anti-aging, anti-bacterial, and anti-viral. It’s used as a treatment to help prevent and relieve cold and flu-like systems. 

Did you know

There are 5 Components of holistic health? 

These components are


  1. Physical

  2. Emotional

  3. Spiritual

  4. Social

  5. Intellectual 



Sea Moss Benefits for Hair:

1. Moisturizes the scalp

Sebaceous glands present on the scalp secrets sebum that are responsible for moisturizing your scalp, resulting in dandruff-free hair. But sometimes, this activity disrupts due to lack of vitamin A. Sea Moss contains vitamin A which improves the sebum production.

2. Improves Hair Growth

As sea moss is a rich source of vitamin E, it improves hair growth. Vitamin E fights against oxidative stress, which is the main culprit behind hair loss.

3. Prevents Hair Loss

Lack of iron causes hair loss. As Irish Sea Moss has a rich source of iron, it efficiently prevents hair loss and also cures the iron deficiency as well. Add this fantastic nutritious seaweed in your daily diet to make most out of its plethora of health benefits.


  • Health Benefits Of Irish Sea Moss

  • Antioxidant Rich

  • Anti-Viral Properties

  • Healthy Skin

  • Rich In nutrients

  • Helps with radiation poisoning

  • Increase Metabolic Rate

  • Strengthens Connective Tissue

  • Psoriasis, Eczema & Rashes

  • Sunburn

  • Dysentery

  • Halitosis

  • Inflammation

  • Varicose Veins

  • Duodenal Ulcers

  • Dry & Cough Skin

  • Recovery from Cancer

  • Laden with vitamins A, B, C, & D

  • Excellent Source of Magnesium, Iodine & Sodium

  • 92 of 102 minerals the body is made from *teeth *blood *heart *bones *thyroid *diabetes *weight loss *colds & flu


Sea Moss & Fertility:

Did you know that sea moss may help increase fertility?

Yes! Irish Moss is very high in zinc, which helps boost

testosterone and male Performance.

This may also help increase motility and sperm count!



Does sea moss gel expire? Yes it does. When you purchase sea moss gel you’ll typically get 2-3 weeks out of your gel from a shelf life perspective. As a natural product made from organic matter ( seaweed a marine vegetable) it is going to deteriorate over time.


How to Prepare Sea Moss

1. Soak Caribbean Moss in water for 12 – 24 hours.

2. Ensure you rinse thoroughly to wash off any excess salt.

3. Add to a high speed blender adding between 600-700ml of spring or distilled water (you can also use coconut water).

4. Blend until the Caribbean Sea Moss is a smooth gel like consistency.

5. Pour the gel into a sealable glass jar and store in the fridge until use.

6. Add 1 – 2 tbsp to your favorite smoothie to give it a delicious creamy consistency.


Eucheuma Cottonii

Chondrus Crispus and Eucheuma Cottonii is referred to as Irish Sea Moss aka Sea Moss. Sea Moss, is found along the coasts of the Atlantic and some parts of the Caribbean, it is a seaweed that contains 92 of 102 trace minerals essential to our bodies growth and development.