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Sea Moss (Raw Wildcrafted Irish Moss)


Sea Moss, commonly referred to as Irish Moss in the Caribbean is a red algae harvested from the ocean. It is packed with Protein, Fiber, Vitamins and Minerals. Because of its high iodine content, this superfood helps to support healthy Thyroid function.

Sea Moss may also help to soothe the mucus membranes thus aiding in decongestion.

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How to Prepare Sea Moss

Below is a simple way and effective way to prepare Irish moss in less than 15 minutes! 

1. Wash thoroughly with water to remove salt or other impediments (Sea Moss grows wild in the ocean).

2. Blend 6 oz of Irish Moss with 32 oz of hot water for a few minutes (initially blend at low speed to prevent splashing as blender cuts through the moss). 

3. Add two cinnamon sticks, a teaspoon of ginger root and blend for a few more minutes until smooth.

4. The gel can be stored up to 10 days in the refrigerator. It can also be added to smoothies or other recipes as a thickening agent.

How to consume Sea Moss: 

2 oz of Sea Moss gel added to any smoothie or recipe

Sea Moss Precautions

- Though there are no reported long term effects of Irish Moss, it does have some blood thinning properties. If you are taking anticoagulant medication (blood thinners), please consult a physician before adding Sea Moss to your Diet.

- Pregnant or breast feeding mothers should abstain from consuming Irish Moss as the effects are not yet researched. 

Customer Reviews

Based on 94 reviews

Some good stuff here...thanks

A wonderful find.

I was completely satisfied with this product the natural, positive effects I could feel the moss having on my body. The smoothie recipe provided for the sea moss w/almond milk is the best smoothie ever, in my opinion.


Sea Moss (Raw Wildcrafted Irish Moss)


Great quality 100% And super fast shipping . Thank you

On a sweltering hot day I received raw seaweed!

The Raw Seaweed came on a triple digit heat wave to my mailbox. Mail usually comes in the mid- to late afternoon; I went out about 2:30-3 to get my mail. The package was hot and stank! I took it immediately inside and put it in the refrigerator! It still has a unpleasant odor and has something black growing in it. I won’t be eating it. Ugh! When I ordered I thought it would be dried; guess I didn’t read carefully enough.
Maybe it will be good fertilizer for the garden?