• 100% Organic Wild-Sourced Sea Moss
• Soaked in lime
• Alkaline or Spring water
We do not add any flavors to our Sea Moss Gels. If you’re looking for flavor, we created a Purple Lemonade Powder with Irish Moss through EZHerbal
Seamoss shouldn't be flavored for the following reasons:
1. Seamoss is not a preservative
When you mix a fruit or anything sweet with seamoss, the shelflife is about 1-2 days. Unless there are preservatives, anytime you mix fruit or anything sweet, the Seamoss will be good but the fruit turns rancid. This could destroy your gut biome. Thus, doing the opposite of what seamoss is intended to do.
2. Seamoss must be pasteurized
212 degrees fahrenheit is boiling temperature, 180 degrees is the point you would want to above and but below boiling point to kill of off any pathogens. You should avoid cooling heating and then cooling fruits.
This product is not intended to be eaten raw.
2oz makes 3 jars of gel:
2. SOAK(24HRS) W/LIME
3. ADD SEAMOSS TO BLENDER
4. BOIL WATER & ADD WATER TO BLENDER(1:2-1:3 RATIO SEAMOSS TO WATER)
5. POUR IN JAR
6. STORE IT IN FRIDGE FOR 3 WEEKS
7. ADD 2 TBSP TO SMOOTHIE, JUICE, OATMEAL, ETC.
WHERE IS IT SOURCED?
• Our sea moss is wild-sourced from Jamaica.
• Our divers go 15 feet deep to pick harvest sea moss straight from the rocks. It is then dried, packaged, then shipped to Miami before it is distributed to customers.
GOLD VS PURPLE SEA MOSS
All sea moss starts as purple. After it is dried in the sun, it turns gold. Purple Seamoss is usually dried in the shade to retain its purple color.
SALT CONTENT OF SEA MOSS
Sea moss should have no salt. Especially, salt crystals like table salt. The ocean only contains powdered salt that typically leaves a powdered ash look. Most of that powdered salt should be washed off before it reaches the customer.
How to Consume Sea Moss
Organic Wild-Sourced Jamaican Seamoss
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