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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! 

Irish Moss is a good source of iodine, minerals, protein, potassium chloride, a nutrient which helps to dissolve catarrhs (inflammation and phlegm in the mucous membranes which cause congestion which makes it great for respiratory issues), sulphur compounds, bromine, beta-carotene, calcium (helps to strengthen bones), iron, magnesium, manganese, phosphorus, selenium, zinc, pectin, vitamin C, B vitamins, vitamin K, vitamin A.


Sea moss is great for your skin, hair, thyroid (one of the most important and undervalued benefits of this sea moss is its ability to help balance thyroid hormones), reducing inflammation in the body (including inflamed joints) .

It contains compounds which act as a natural antimicrobial and antiviral agents, helping to boost immunity and get rid of any infections. It detoxifies the body of heavy metals, pollutants and carcinogens. It also inhibits the growth of pathogenic viruses, yeast and bacteria.

Grean Earth Seamoss Gel:
This sea moss gel blend gives you the benefits of Jamaican Irish Moss and added benefits of Herb's 24/7 Spirlina, Moringa, and infused with Tea 24/7 herbs!
-Great tasting
-Loaded with fiber, potassium, and magnesium as well as antioxidants, and vitamin C
-Helps to support digestion
-Strengthens the immune system
-Increases energy

Sea Moss Gel is good for 3-4 weeks if refrigerated (sometimes longer). Freezing your Sea Moss Gel will extend the life of it for up to 1 year. A convenient way to freeze would be to use an ice tray and just pop out a cube for each use!

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Kelp Spirulina Blend Seamoss Gel (10 oz)(Post workout & liver/kidneys)


    Ingredients : Locust Plant (cassia angustifolia), Gynostemma  (Pentaphyllum), Lycii  Berry Leaf and Cinnamon.

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