FAQ Bladderwrack Sea Moss v2
Sea Moss and Bladderwrack are two different species of seaweed. Sea moss is a type of red seaweed that grows in tidepools and rocky coasts. Bladderwrack (also known as black-tang, sea spirit, or sea oak) is a type of brown seaweed found along coasts.
No. Bladderwrack and Sea Moss are not the same thing, although they are similar. Both are seaweeds with the ability to provide similar benefits to the body, and both have a history of use in herbal medicine. Bladderwrack has a leathery feel to it, and sea moss is firmer. They grow in different areas.
Yes, you can take up to one-quarter cup of Sea Moss gel per day, but the recommended dose is one or two tablespoons per day. (For capsules, follow the recommended dose on the package to avoid taking too much.)
Yes. Sea Moss capsules are high in iodine. If you take too much, it can cause thyroid issues and have other negative impacts on your health.
Currently, there is no scientific evidence showing Sea Moss increases testosterone.
The benefits of Sea Moss are well-researched. Sea Moss is very high in many vitamins and minerals, such as potassium, calcium, iron, and iodine. If you suffer from an iodine deficiency or a deficiency in another vitamin or mineral found in Sea Moss, it might work to provide the nutrients you need. When taken for a specific benefit known to be provided by Sea Moss, it works.
Sea Moss typically comes in two forms—capsules and raw. Capsules can be taken with or without food. For raw Sea Moss, the best way to take it is to make Sea Moss gel and mix it into smoothies or juices. It can also be used as a thickener in deserts and soups. Trying to eat sea moss without mixing it into anything else is not recommended due to the strong seaweed flavor.
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