All About Sea Moss

The recommended daily dose of sea moss is 2-4 tablespoons or 4 to 8 grams per day. 

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Genus Gracilaria and Chondrus Crispus are both sea moss but different species.

   Genus Gracilaria grows in warmer waters most popular in Jamaica and St. Lucia. Chondrus Crispus grows around the coast of Ireland but also in Great Britain, Maine, Canada, and other places where there are cooler waters. 

   Genus Gracilaria can grow on both rocks which we call Wild-Crafted and then there's the farmed stuff that grows on ropes commonly referred to as Farmed or Pool Grown Sea Moss. Farmed or pool grown sea moss isn’t ideal because it’s rushed to grow much like inorganically grown produce. So you won’t get the same nutrients and benefits because it’s not being grown with the rhythm of the sea. Also, you're ingesting whatever a company decides to add to the pool to speed up production which can deplete the nutrients. Pool grown sea moss grows on ropes in pools with unnatural waters and will be devoid of nutrients. Ocean-Farmed Sea Moss grows on ropes as well, however, it grows in the natural sea and isn’t tampered with until the time of harvest. It can still retain a lot of nutrients but not as much as wild-crafted sea moss.

   Remember color DOES NOT denote a species. Biological make up does. Just because Genus Graciliara comes in the color purple doesn’t make it Chondrus Crispus (Irish Moss). Both Genus Gracilaria and Chondrus Crispus can come in varying colors from golden yellow, purple, or green.

   Here at Más Moss LLC we only use Wild-Crafted Sea Moss and there are no additives.

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Benefits when taken orally

  1. Contains 92 Of 102 Minerals The Body Is Made Of!

  2. Improved immunity, due to its large amounts of vitamins and antioxidants

  3. Improved digestion, due to its bacteria-fighting capabilities

  4. Replenishment of essential vitamins

  5. IT HELPS WITH EVERYTHING!

Benefits when applied topically

  1. Helps to soothe skin conditions and reduce the effects of dandruff, dermatitis, eczema, flaky skin, inflammation, and itching.

  2. Also, having anti-viral, anti-bacterial, anti-microbial, and anti-inflammatory properties that are great for skin repair.

  3. Treats aches and pain

  4. Anti-aging properties
  5. Treats acne and blemishes
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Sea Moss

This is a shortlist of the various elements, chemicals, trace minerals, and vitamins typically found in sea moss:

  • Calcium (Ca)

  • Folate (‎C19H19N7O6)

  • Iron (Fe)

  • Zinc (Zn)

  • Copper (Cu)

  • Sodium (Na)

  • Iodine (I)

  • Boron (B)

  • Nitrogen (N), and

  • Vitamins A to E, and K

  • Soluble Potash (K2O)

  • Magnesium (Mg)

  • Manganese (Mn)

  • Phosphoric Acid (P2O5)

  • Potassium (K)

  • Selenium (Se)

  • Sulfur (S),

  • Carbohydrates including:

    • Alginic Acid (C6H11No6)n

    • Mannitol (C6H14O6)

    • Laminarin ‎(C6H10O5)x

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