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  • What is Sea Moss?
    Sea Moss is a superfood and a nutrient-dense sea vegetable packed with vitamins and minerals that are essential for all functions of the body.. Sea Moss has minerals that our bodies need, such as potassium, phosphorus, iron, zinc, calcium, bromine, iodine, selenium and magnesium and much more. There are some arguments that state sea moss does not have 92 of the 102 minerals however research is research. Even if it does not it is STILL REALLY GOOD FOR YOU. Sea Moss Strengthens the bones. Sea Moss expels mucus from the body. Sea Moss removes toxins from the body. Sea Moss Suppress the appetite & boost Metabolism. Sea Moss has anticancer properties. Sea Moss has anti HIV properties. So even though those arguments are out there research has confirmed that Sea Moss still has these many benefits.
  • What are the Benefits of Sea Moss?
    The benefits of Sea Moss:​ The Zinc in Sea Moss helps with: Respiratory ailments such as bronchitis, Inflammation in the body, Weak immunity, Allergies, Thinning hair, Acne or rashes, Infection, Diarrhea. The Potassium in Sea Moss helps with: Abnormal bloating, Cramps, Heart palpitations, Nausea/Vomiting, Ringing in ears, Feeling Dizzy, Constipation. Iodine Deficiencies Sea Moss helps with: Low body temperature, Weakness/Fatigue, Swollen/Sore tongue, Cold hands/Feet, Pale skin, Weak nails. Calcium Deficiencies Sea Moss helps with: Brittle nails/Dry skin, High blood pressure, Tooth decay, Tingling in fingers, Chronic itching, Lethargy. Selenium Deficiencies Sea Moss helps with: Slow metabolism, Slow wound healing, Memory Problems, Hair loss/Dry hair, Infertility, Low immune system. Magnesium Deficiencies Sea Moss helps with: Sleeping difficulties, Muscle spasms/Pain, Anxiety/Depression, Infertility/PMS, Headache, and Fatigue.
  • Do I refrigerate Sea Moss?
    Yes, immediately upon arrival
  • How long is it good for?
    Up to 3 weeks refrigerated. Discard product at the sight of mold or rancid smell.
  • Can I freeze it?
    Yes, our jars are safe to freeze. It will last in the freezer for 6 months. We suggest you freeze it in ice trays make Ice cubes and use one cube a time when freezing.
  • How much should I take?
    Between 1-2 tablespoons daily. 1 teaspoons for children Or use it in smoothies, soups as a thickening agent, cooking as an egg substitute for baking, binder in vegetable patties, oatmeal
  • Can I use it on my skin?
    Yes, only the Sea Moss Blend (Bladderwrack and Burdock Root). And the regular Natural Sea Moss. Wash face with cleanser of your choice, apply sea moss as a face mask for up to 20 minutes. Allow the product to dry. Wash product off, and moisturizer after. Please keep in mind the fruit infused flavors DO NOT go on the skin.
  • My Package arrived however the items were not frozen or cold, are they still good?"
    We freeze ALL products when they are made. The Shelf life starts once the item is made. Everything is frozen to ensure freshness. However, your items will not remain frozen during transit. We add ice packs to the packages and depending on the distance of the shipping it will also contain a thermal insulated liner for items to stay cold. Items are also bubble wrapped and Once you receive your package, place your items into the refrigerator Immediately if you plan on using them soon. If you purchased multiple items that you would like to save for later, place them in the freezer until you are ready to use them. Please keep in mind if you purchase Smoothies or Lemonade, these are liquid products and will NOT gel like the SEA MOSS. They only last 10days and longer if frozen.
  • Is my Sea Moss supposed to be thick?
    Yes, it naturally gels into a thick consistency.
  • How Long Does it Take Sea Moss to Work?
    Some people are iodine deficient so when they start consuming Sea Moss there is an immediate difference in energy, physical, and mental health within a few days. On average, it takes around 7-14 days or longer for noticeable changes.
  • Can I take Sea Moss if I am expecting/pregnant?
    Yes it is safe to consume but not in large quantities. It is extremely beneficial in regards to the production of the amniotic fluid which is directly correlated to the nourishment that it adds to breast milk. Furthermore, Iodine helps the thyroid run properly and make thyroid hormones, which regulate metabolism, encourage bone and brain development during pregnancy and infancy.
  • How does Sea Moss Taste?
    Sea Moss (when prepared properly) doesn’t have a taste. There is a small possibility that it can smell like its natural habitat.
  • Shipping
    Due to the Sea Moss Gel being all natural. Shipping is 1-2-days only. The shipping costs included are: dimensions of shipping box, destination, 2-day expedited shipping, Ice packs (to keep the product cool through the duration of shipping). Please consider all these key factors when looking at the shipping cost.
  • Raw
    Sea Moss can be stored in a dark cool place in a airtight container for up to 1 year. The salt from the sea is a natural preservative.
  • Never
    store dry Sea Moss in the refrigerator. It is too moist and the sea crystals won't be able to protect the Sea Moss. Soaked hydrated-Sea Moss should be stored in the refrigerator. Benefits information source- Healthline. A: Elderberry syrup The berries and flowers of elderberry are packed with antioxidants and vitamins that may boost your immune system. They could help tame inflammation, lessen stress, and help protect your heart, too. Some experts recommend elderberries to help prevent and ease cold and flu symptoms. It’s also been used as a treatment for: Constipation, Joint and muscle pain, Infections that affect how you breathe, Headaches, Fever, Kidney problems, Epilepsy, Minor skin conditions, and Stress. * Benefits information source -WebMD Cinnamon is high in cinnamaldehyde, which is thought to be responsible for most of cinnamon’s health benefits. Cinnamon contains large amounts of highly potent polyphenol antioxidants. The antioxidants in cinnamon have anti-inflammatory effects, which may help lower your risk of disease. Cinnamon may improve some key risk factors for heart disease, including cholesterol, triglycerides and blood pressure. Cinnamon has been shown to significantly increase sensitivity to the hormone insulin. Cinnamon has been shown to reduce fasting blood sugar levels, having a potent anti-diabetic effect at 1–6 grams or 0.5–2 teaspoons per day. Cinnamon has been shown to lead to various improvements for Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s disease in animal studies. However, human research is lacking. Studies indicate that cinnamon may have protective effects against cancer. Cinnamaldehyde has antifungal and antibacterial properties, which may reduce infections and help fight tooth decay and bad breath. Cloves are high in antioxidants, including eugenol, which can help reduce oxidative stress. Studies show that the compounds in cloves may reduce cancer cell growth and promote cancer cell death. Studies show that cloves may promote oral health, thanks to their antimicrobial properties, which may help kill harmful bacteria. Some studies show that cloves and the compounds they contain may help reduce oxidative stress and protect the liver. Studies have shown that the compounds in cloves may help promote insulin production and lower blood sugar. Studies show that clove extract and manganese may help increase bone mineral density. More research is needed to confirm these effects. Studies show that clove extract and clove oil may increase the production of gastric mucus and help protect against stomach ulcers. Blessed thistle is a flowering plant with sharp prickles on the stems and leaves. It's native to the Mediterranean region. Blessed thistle contains chemicals called tannins, which help with diarrhea, cough and swelling. People use blessed thistle for infections, wounds, and many other conditions. * Benefits information source - Healthline.
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