ABOUT SEA MOSS
Seamoss is a species of red algae found on the Atlantic shorelines of North America, Europe and the Caribbean Islands. Its scientific name is Chondrus crispus. Historically, the seaweed has been harvested and dried to create carrageenan, a common thickening ingredient akin to a vegan gelatin. it's a type of seaweed, an algae that grows on a rock in the ocean. It absorbs many minerals and other key nutrients from the rock themselves. Seamoss has 92 minerals out of 102 that your body needs. It helps build up your immune system, fight all inflammation, also breaks up and eliminates the mucus (pre-cancerous cells) in your body.
It can work wonders for congestion and mucus and holds anti-bacterial and anti-viral properties. It's also thought to be good for dry skin and for skin conditions ranging from eczema to psoriasis, making it a valued ingredient for lotions and moisturizers . This is due to Sit being used as a skin conditioning agent and is useful in the control of viscosity in an overall product. It is capable of curing various health issues like lung disorders, thyroid malfunctions, less immunity level, ulcers, bladder issues, intestinal disorders, tumors and glandular issues. Sea moss contains many vital nutrients that can improve digestion, increase metabolism, boost immunity and so much more. Sea moss is jam-packed full of potassium. This can help boost your fertility because it's such a rich source of fibre and nutrients like B vitamins, and magnesium.
From A Doctor's
Seamoss is recommended by Dr. Sebi. Dr. Sebi was an herbal doctor from Honduras who stated that most diseases come from the amount of mucus in the body; thus advising that seamoss would support in infusing us with the properties needed to eliminate it. He would heal many with Seamoss. With the intake of 30 to 60 days.
Mattia Mikan is a mother of two, currently living in Fairfield, CT.
Her life started off challenging as she was born deaf. Breaking stigmas associated to being hearing impaired, she attended Fairfield University. She obtained a bachelor's in sociology, as she has a deep passion for helping others.
Mattia has always been very active with self care and fitness. Understanding the importance of self care, she has always been open to exploring alternatives to healthy life style changes. When diagnosed with anemic and inflammation in her intestines, she felt as though prescribed medication made her condition the same and dove into the world of seamoss.
Seamoss not only alleviated her symptoms, its benefits also began to show mentally, physically and emotionally.
“I am a living example that seamoss is the answer to many of our health needs outside of western medicine”.