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Sea Moss!! Super food or placebo

Sea Moss has has everyone in an uproar! I am not sure if its the big push about it on social media and in fitness circles or do people truly know the amazing benefits of Sea Moss?

Sea Moss is not new!!

Sea moss is a type of algae, which has been part of the human diet for thousands of years. In addition to it being part of a their daily diet in places like the Caribbean and Ireland, sea moss has been used as medicine and for decades to treat infections and colds


This powerful Superfood is popularly believed to contain 92 out of 102 essential minerals required by the human body including, but not limited to:

  • Sulfur

  • Taurine

  • Potassium Chloride

  • Chlorophyll

  • Calcium

  • Magnesium

  • Phosphorous

  • Protein

  • Pectin

  • Beta-Carotene

  • Selenium

  • Fibre

  • Zinc

  • Iodine, and

  • Folic Acid

It is also packed with Vitamins A, C, E, F, and K which are all required for healthy functioning bodies.

Additionally, sea moss has been found to possess anti-viral properties, anti-inflammatory properties, and anti-bacterial properties.

The Verdict is in

Positive and miraculous testimonies all over the world fill the internet about Sea Moss. Most people sware by it then others can NOT get passed the texture nor can they see the hype about it. It is important that you consider the pros and cons when consistently taking anything into your body However the studied benefits certainly outweigh anything else especially during this time when most people are trying to take their health more seriously.

I personally mix Sea moss in gravies, smoothies and eat it right out the jar. I suffered from headaches, stomach issues and joint pain before I began eating Sea Moss regularly 6 months ago. Sea Moss changed my life no more headaches, soreness or swollen stomach! I would recommend it as an addition to everyone's diet and insist that you stock up on it before the prices go up

Storage Prep Facts

Sea Moss gel last

1 month in refrigerator

3 months in refrigerator

And up to 1 year( dried)

Learn how to make Sea Moss here!!

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