About Sea Moss


Sea moss is a generic name given to a collection of different species of red algae. It is typically known by several different botanical names, most commonly Gracilaria and Chondrus Crispus. The species Gracilaria (pictured above) is used in our Premium Sea Moss Gel and grows abundantly in warmer waters (i.e. the Caribbean Sea, Atlantic and Pacific Oceans). These waters are normally constantly flowing, open ocean currents, and they tend to be much clearer waters too. While Chondrus Crispus is a rarer species by comparison, it tends to grow more slowly in the cooler waters of the Northern Atlantic.



Sea Moss, also known as Irish Moss, contains 92 of 102 essential minerals for the human body.  It is an excellent source of iodine, minerals, protein and potassium chloride, a nutrient which helps to dissolve inflammation and phlegm in the mucus membranes, which makes it ideal for respiratory issues.  Other key elements include sulphur compounds, bromine, beta-carotene, calcium, iron, magnesium, manganese, phosphorus, selenium, zinc, pectin, Vitamins C, B, B12, K and A.

Sea Moss is ideal for healthy skin.  The iodine and mineral compounds aid in the body's production of collagen, which plumps the skin, smooths out wrinkles, tones and fights the signs of aging.  It is also great for the thyroid, with the ability to help balance thyroid hormones and reduce inflammation in the body, including inflamed joints. 

This natural superfood contains compounds which act as antimicrobial and antiviral agents, helping to boost immunity and remove infections from the body.  It detoxifies the body of heavy metals, pollutants and carcinogens.  It also inhibits the growth of pathogenic viruses, yeast and bacteria.  




Bladderwrack has been a fundamental component of herbal medicine, long before recorded time. Scientifically known as Fucus Vesiculosus, it is commonly referred to as Rockweed, Red Fucus or Black Tang. It is a rich source of beta-carotene, potassium and many other organic compounds that make it a true superfood.
Bladderwrack slows macular degeneration and is a natural way to improve vision. It also has powerful anti-inflammatory properties, useful in treating arthritis. It promotes healthy digestion and is ideal for weight loss, as it increases metabolism.  Bladderwrack also reduces risks associated with coronary disease and slows signs of aging.

Bladderwrack contains Fucoidan, a unique fiber that regulates cell growth. This is a valuable component of cancer prevention, as it also contains anti-tumor properties. It promotes a healthy brain, thyroid, bones, lungs, energy levels, immune response and mood.


Burdock Root

Burdock Root is an anti-inflammatory and antioxidant. It purifies the blood, kills germs, reduces fever, and is used as a diuretic to increase urine flow. It is also used to treat cancer, colds, Gastrointestinal issues, joint pain, arthritis, syphilis, bladder infections, catarrh and gout. Burdock Root is frequently used as an aphrodisiac and a topical treatment for various skin conditions, including eczema, acne and psoriasis.


Aloe Vera

Aloe Vera has long been known for its beautifying and recuperative properties. 

Aloe Vera gel is 96% water and is a phenomenal internal and external moisturizer.
It contains vitamins, A, B, C and E, as well as Choline and Folic Acid, which helps to heal, nourish and regenerate damaged skin.

Aloe increases collagen production and improves skin elasticity, by retaining moisture within the skin and improving overall skin integrity.
Aloe also contains 18 of the 20 amino acids, found in the body. These are ideal for repairing and rebuilding tissues and bones.

It balances PH levels, and is used by those, dealing with the symptoms of IBS, obesity, constipation, sun burns, eczema, rashes and many other ailments.
Aloe detoxifies the body, absorbing toxins as they travel through the digestive tract, as well as accelerating the healing of wounds.

It also has been used to minimize dental plaque, as well as reduce pain associated with mouth ulcers. When taken as a supplement, Aloe may lower blood sugars and is often used by those dealing with the effects of diabetes.


Black Seed Oil

Black Seed Oil (Nigella Sativa) has long been known for its preventative and restorative properties.

"NS" has been reported to have many therapeutic properties, such as immunopotentiation and bronchodilatation. It is also antitumor, antihistaminic, antihypertensive, anti-inflammatory, antimicrobial, hepatoprotective and gastroprotective, which is primarily attributed to its quinone constituents within the seeds.

The quinones found within NS are commonly used when dealing with the effects of Central Nervous System related ailments. It helps to prevent neurodegeneration and oxidative damage to cells, particularly in the brain regions, associated with learning, memory and many other cognitive functions.

The neuroprotective properties of NS have been demonstrated by its ability to restore oxidative balance, mitochondrial dysfunction and cholinesterase activity, while stabilizing mood, decreasing anxiety and improving memory.

Black Seed Oil is also used by many, dealing with the effects of diabetes, as it reduces insulin resistance, lowers blood sugar levels and regulates glucose levels.

If you are currently taking prescription medications for Type 2 Diabetes,
please consult with your physician before taking Black Seed Oil, as it may lower blood sugar levels.