Our Wildcrafted Sea Moss (Gold) is ocean nurished in the waters of St. Lucia. It is 100% raw with no added flavors, colors, additives or preservatives.
This sea veggie alone has 92 of the 102 minerals our bodies need on a daily basis.
Our 16oz jars of Sea Moss has 20-22 tablespoons when using 1 tbsp.
Our 32oz has 42-44 tablespoons lasting for about four weeks when using 2 tbsp daily.
Irish moss could contribute to the normal function of the thyroid and alleviate the associated symptoms. Like all seaweeds, sea moss (gold) has the minerals iodine and selenium. These minerals are essential for the healthy production of hormones in the thyroid, and many thyroid conditions are attributed to a lack of these vital minerals.
Nutrition Information -
According to the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) FoodData CentralTrusted Source, 2 tablespoons (tbsp) or a 10 gram (g) serving of sea moss contains approximately: calories: 4.9, protein: 0.2 g, fat: 0 g, carbohydrates: 1.2 g,
sugars: 0.1 g
The same serving of sea moss also contains these vitamins and minerals:
calcium: 7.2 milligrams (mg), magnesium: 14.4 mg, phosphorous: 15.7 mg, potassium: 6.3 mg, iron: 0.9 mg, zinc: 0.2 mg, copper, 0.02 mg, manganese: 0.04 mg
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This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
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Genus Gracilaria (Irish Sea Moss Gel)
Keep refridgerated with the jar lid off.