How To Make Sea Moss Gel

Daily Dose Plant-Based Health sells dried sea moss for customers who want to make their own sea moss gel.  Here's an informative guide about sea moss, instructions on how to make the gel, and some YouTube videos about making it yourself.

What is sea moss?

Sea moss is not a moss, but a red algae. Plants in the ocean are older than plants on earth, and full of powerful nutrients. Eating seaweeds a great way to add add nutrients and minerals to your diet.

What is the difference between sea moss and Irish moss?

Sea moss grows in warm, tropical oceans and has thick, stick-like branches. You can often find it in gold, purple, and green varieties. Irish moss grows in colder, northern oceans, and has dark red, flat, curly leaves. Both are part of the red algae family which makes them very similar in nutritional value. If you search for any information on sea moss, you will find the same for Irish moss.

Where does the sea moss that Daily Dose carries come from?

Daily Dose's selected brand of sea moss (Atlantic Gold) is harvested from the pristine ocean in St. Lucia. Sea moss is a highly regulated industry. All shipments are inspected and stamped by Ministry of Agriculture on the island and again inspected by Dept of Agriculture when in arrives in the U.S.

What are sea moss benefits?

Sea moss contains minerals that can help the body reduce inflammation, reduce congestion, balance hormones and regulate blood pressure. These minerals include, but not limited to, Iodine, Iron, Magnesium, Potassium, Manganese, Copper and Zinc.

"Sea Moss Contains More Than 90% of Nutrients Our Bodies Need."

The tiny spiral yellow seaweed is extremely nutrient-dense, it's almost like nature's multi-vitamin. Author and vegan herbalist Paul Otote explains that "sea moss has 92 of the 110 minerals the body is made from," and he calls it the "powerhouse." Sea moss contains beta-carotene, vitamin B, vitamin C, and sulfur as well as minerals like magnesium, manganese, calcium, phosphorus, and zinc. All these contribute to healthy cell functioning in the body.

Source: The Beet

How to make sea moss gel?

1. Rinse sea moss to remove extra salt and sand.
2. Soak for 6 to 12 hours. Check after 6 hours as some moss hydrates quicker.
3. Drain soaking water and rinse again thoroughly.
4. Blend sea moss with spring water in a blender - Ratio: 1 cup sea moss to 1 1/2 cup water. Try blending with fruit or fruit purees!
5. Keep finished sea moss gel in the fridge - stays fresh for up to 4 weeks


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