Species of red algae
Chondrus crispus, Irish Moss, Red Seaweed or Carrageen Moss.
Sea moss grows in shallow ocean waters and tide pools usually along fairly exposed rocky coasts. Sea Moss is most commonly sourced from the Atlantic coast of Europe and North America. It is also found in the warmer waters of Africa, Asia, South America and in some areas of the Caribbean.
Is Sea moss Faithful to Nature?
Sea Moss is a naturally occurring ingredient. It is a type of red algae that has a variety of beneficial properties. It can be sustainably grown or wild-crafted.
Benefits: Why is Sea moss Used?
Sea Moss is known for its immune-boosting properties. It is high in antioxidants and contains an impressive amount of vitamins and minerals including vitamin B, vitamin C, magnesium, calcium, iron and zinc.
Sea moss contains iodine and tyrosine, both nutrients that are essential for a proper thyriod function.
Sea moss, as most sea weeds, is a natural source of omega 3 fatty acids. Studies suggests that seaweed may reduce the risk of heart disease.
Sea moss, due to its high nutrient content can help build and maintian muscle mass. This is especially important during the natural aging process.
Sea Moss can be consumed in powdered or gel form where it can be added to juice or smoothies.
Sea Moss can be dried and made into a fine powder where it is sold as is or placed within a capsule for easy intake. It can also be made into a gel where it is soaked and then blended to create a thick gel.
The main component of sea moss is carrageenan, which is a gelatinous substance that is used to thicken foods, including dairy products and processed meats. It is also a vegan- and vegetarian-friendly alternative to gelatine. Carrageenan is not banned by Faithful to Nature’s strict ingredient policy since the scientific literature indicates at present that the controversy surrounding carrageenan is unwarranted.
Notice: The information provided here is not intended as medical advice and is for educational purposes only.
Products Containing Sea moss