See moss (Chondrus crispus) plus is helpful to individuals that suffer from bad breath, pulmonary illnesses, respiratory issues, dysentery. Sea moss acts as a natural diuretic, it suppresses the appetite regulates bowels and its helpful in the overall digestive system. The unique combination of its ingredients make it a powerful nourisher for the bones and thyroid gland
Ingredients: Seamoss & Bladderwrack as liquid extract in 40%-54% distilled sugar cane alcohol and dried herbs/menstruum ratio 1:4 (100ml & 250ml) made February 2019 with expiry date January 2024.
Direction: either taking 1/2tsp (2.5ml) to 1tsp of the tincture beneath the tongue and allowing it to enter the bloodstream sublingually or put 1tsp in 250 ml hot/warm water and leave uncover for five minutes so the alcohol is evaporated, if it is undesirable for recovering alcoholics. Should be taken at AM & PM daily on empty stomach.
- Because of its blood-thinning properties, it should not be used by those taking anticoagulant medications. Because of its iodine content, those with thyroid problems or on thyroid medication should avoid the herb.
Bladderwrack (Fucus Vesiculous) is a seaweed found on the coasts of the Pacific Ocean, the Atlantic Ocean and the Baltic Sea. It is recognised as the original source of iodine. Bladderwrack is rich in beta-carotene, bromine, potassium, alginic and mannitol. Tincture is taken for thyroid deficiency, as a gentle metabolic stimulant, or for rheumatic conditions. Tablets and capsules are taken to stimulate the metabolism.
Because of its iodine content, Sea moss & bladderwrack combined is taken as an antigoiter remedy. The plant appears to raise the metabolic rate by increasing hormone production by the thyroid gland, but this increase is limited only to poorly functioning thyroids. However, this should be done only under the guidance of a professional. It is also thought to be helpful in rheumatic conditions.
Its mucilage hinders the effect of peptides in digestive enzymes and used mainly as a roughage for constipation, to counter diarrhea, and for peptic ulcers. A decoction is used for coughs, bronchitis, and tuberculosis to soothe dry mucous membranes and to encourage the coughing up of phlegm. It is also used for such urinary infections as cystitis, but it is usually combined with other herbs for these treatments.
Be understood that these products are intended as food supplements only, not to heal any kind of illness. Just because herbs are “natural”, it does not mean that they are safe for everyone to use. All medicines, including herbs, should be avoided during pregnancy unless prescribed by a doctor or herbalist. Never give herbs to babies and children without checking with a qualified professional first. I/WE can not accept responsibility for any adverse effects which arise from self medication. The directions and advice given have been taken from numerous databases and books on herbalism that have been researched carefully.
Sea Moss & Bladderwrack 100 ml with international tracking number
Sea Moss & Bladderwrack 250 ml with international tracking number