Irish Sea Moss
Known to contain:
VItamin A, B2, B9, B12, D, E, F, K,
Magnesium, Iron, Calcium, Iodino, Potassium, Potassium Chloride, Taurine, Sulphur, Collagen, Phosphorus,
Used traditionally for :
Cleansing mucus, iron deficiency, bronchitis, blatter, painful joints, Thyroid issues, for mental and physical health, to treat skin issues, known to contain as much as 92 minerals.
The moss is used as a blood thinner, and helps unblock blood clots. The irish moss is known to be very effective in treating urinary infections, including cystitis. It is been rated as the number one for treatment of stomach ulcers and inflammation of the urinary system. It is also known to be the number ONE for cleansing mucus from your whole body, and it have anti-bacterial and anti-viral properties.
Used traditionally to treat dry skin and skin conditions, from acne, to eczema to psoriasis. It is also used to cure intestinal disorders, swollen joints, lung conditions, tumors, tuberculosis.
As well as anemia, provide energy, cognitive health, assist mental growth, and mood. And so so much more this wonderful moss does.
How to use:
We recommend to eat the moss.
Take one handful of the irish moss, and soak the irish moss in water over night. 12-24 hours. Then blend the moss and the water in a mixer, and it will turn into a jelly consistency. Give it a little heat up in a pot to get all of the nutrients out of the moss.
put the now jully formed water into a gar with a lid, and keep it in the fridge 1 week. Use it in our smoothies, tea, food, soups.
You can also use this mix as a face mask, if you struggle with dry skin, acne, wrinkles, eczema, or just want a natural moisturizer for your skin. Add the gel on your face, and leave it for 20-30 even up to 1 hour on your face. Rinse of with lukewarm water. Use a clean towel to dry your face with.
Heat up the irish moss in a pot with cold water, let it warm up (do not boil), let it soak in the warm water for 10-15 minutes. then drink the moss infused water. Use the remaining of the moss in your food, stews, soups, smoothies etc.
The moss after boiled or soaked gets a jelly consistency, and its used for a thickening or binding agent. Can be used instead of gelatin, or as some do use it as an egg replacer. It has also been used for the skin to provide a smoothing relief for dry, sore or chapped skin, also inflammation and inflamed skin
Latin Name: Chondrus crispus