Organic Wild-crafted Seamoss from Jamaica


Shipping to United States: $8.50
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    Grown in the unpolluted, warm sea water of Jamaica in the Caribbean. Nourished by the ocean, then dried by the sun. Never bleached with chemicals and no fertilizers used ever. Irish Moss Gel is one of nature’s supreme gifts to us! It is fortified with 92 of the 102 minerals that we need to feed our bodies 
    My sea moss gel is hand made from wildcrafted sea moss with spring water and organic infusions.
    It helps to tighten the skin and minimize pores while adding mineral when used for face skin care. 
    Sea Moss is popular for its many health benefits, which include:
    * Thyroid support in cases of low iodine levels. 
    * Improvement of mental function. 
    * Better emotional health.
    * Prevention of nasal congestion.
    * Boost Immune System
    * Rids body of mucus
    * Treatment of chronic obstructive pulmonary diseases such as bronchitis.
    * Sea moss also possesses antiviral properties that aid in fighting respiratory infections such as sore throats
    Sea moss can also work as a mild laxative, making it effective in soothing gut inflammation and promoting the elimination of waste. Sea Moss Gel is great in tea & other hot/cold beverages, smoothies, food, or alone! Get creative - as long as you consume daily! On top of that, it contains protein, vitamin B, beta carotene, sulfur, pectin, and vitamin C. 
    * Store Sea Moss Gel IMMEDIATELY upon delivery.
    * It can be kept in the fridge for 2 hours o 3 weeks  
    * 2-3 table spoon is the recommended amount daily. 
    * Wild crafted Sea Moss
    * Alkaline Water
    Shipping takes 2-4 business days. Once shipped out, you will receive a tracking number in your email. It can only be shipped priority mail and will need to be refrigerated promptly upon arrival. So please be sure to track your package and do not allow it to sit in your mailbox, especially during a high temperature day.

    Seamoss orders

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