Irish Sea Moss: Packed with potassium iodide, which is great for dissolving troublesome phlegm in clogged airways. It also rich in amino acids, vitamin C, antioxidants, as well as a host of antiviral and antimicrobial agents, these nutrients can help you to fight or ward off infections. It has also shown in clinical studies that its antiviral properties can help combat and prevent cold sores (V).

Elderberry: elderberry extract is shown to be effective in mitigating the duration and severity of flu symptoms in several strains of influenza viruses (Mumcuoglu, Safirman, & Ferne, 2010; ZakayRones, Varsano, & Zlotnik, 1995). VIEW THE SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH.


Irish Sea Moss can nourish your skin because of its vitamin and mineral packed gelatin-like quality, many people use sea moss masks to soothe acne, eczema, psoriasis, dermatitis and burns. Studies have found that citrulline–arginine (X), a compound found in Irish moss, can improve cell growth and metabolism. This compound also releases amino acids that are essential for protein and collagen synthesis, Collagen is the protein that maintains smooth skin and silky hair.


Irish Sea Moss has a healthy dose of magnesium and potassium, which are both known mood boosters and can help with depression and tension (II). Both minerals play a key role in brain function, and when we are low in either, we might not feel our usual self. Some research has also indicated that Irish moss can protect brain tissue from degeneration and Parkinson's disease (III).


Irish Sea Moss is a mucilaginous food, meaning its mucous like texture makes could help soothe the mucus membranes in the body, including in the respiratory and digestive systems. According to studies, Irish moss can have a prebiotic effect during digestion, meaning that it can increase beneficial short-chain fatty acids in the colon, influencing the composition of gut microbial communities, and improve overall gut health and immunity (VI).


Irish Sea Moss contains B vitamins that can help boost energy levels. It does this in a number of ways; it contains Riboflavin (B2) which is needed to break down protein, carbs and fats (III).


Irish Sea Moss contains different Iodine compounds. Which your thyroid needs to function healthily. One of these compounds is DI-Iodothyronine, which is commonly used to treat thyroid disorders as it stimulates the TR-beta receptor for thyroid hormones and thus increases energy expenditure (I).


Irish Sea Moss contains calcium, potassium and sodium all of which are required for healthy muscle function. Sodium helps regulate muscle contraction, nerve function and blood volume. Potassium is required for muscle contraction, communication between muscles and nerves, and overall muscular function. Calcium’s positive molecule is important to the transmission of nerve impulses to the muscle fibre via its neurotransmitter triggering release between nerves.

Irish Sea Moss is great for the heart as it contains plant based omega-3’s (VI) which reduce the risk of certain heart diseases. It also contains plant sterols and soluble fibre which help to reduce total and LDL cholesterol.


Seaweeds are some of the largest producers of biomass in the marine environment and are rich in bioactive compounds. Carrageenan is a natural compounds found in Irish Moss. Irish Moss (Chondrus Crispus) has been found to hold anti-cancer properties by improving immunity and targeting key apoptotic molecules and therefore deemed as potential chemotherapeutic or chemopreventive agents. (XII)

Health Benefits of Sea Moss

What is Sea Moss?

Irish Sea Moss contains the essential 18 minerals the body requires for optimal growth and development. Potassium, Calcium, Magnesium, Phosphorus, Iron, Vitamins A, D, K, & E, Zinc, Copper, Folate, Manganese, Selenium & Iodine.

With the depleted soil in the western world and the poor quality and lack of organic fruits and vegetables many of us have now become mineral deficient. 

Sea moss is a seaweed derivative found on the Atlantic coasts, Europe, the Caribbean Islands, and other parts of North America. Being a rich source of minerals, trace minerals, and vitamins, sea moss has been a part of the human diet for many decades widely known as being an aphrodisiac amongst Caribbean communities & Ireland. Sea Moss is often referred to as Irish Moss, Chondrus Crispus (Purple Sea Moss) Carrageenan Moss or Red Seaweed. 

Irish Sea Moss can provide many health benefits that can help maximise your body's full potential. Some of these include; immune boosting properties, supports emotional health, energy boosting B vitamins, promotes lung health, helps with metabolism, sooth skin conditions and prebiotic effects for a healthy gut.  

What does Sea Moss Taste like? 

Sea Moss is generally tasteless; so, when it comes to including sea moss in the day to day diet it becomes a versatile ingredient that can be added to soups, stews, salads, drinks, tea, smoothies, and can be easily infused with other fruit juices or protein shakes. Irish Sea Moss can also be used as a face mask as it contains an abundance of minerals that the skin craves

The Truth about Sea Moss & The Supplement Industry 

The human body struggles to assimilate synthetic minerals & vitamins. We need raw foods from nature to supply our vessels with the minerals & vitamins required to function & thrive. Most vitamins sold are not food. 

They are synthetically processed petroleum and/or hydrogenated sugar extracts, even if they say “natural” on the label. They are not in the same chemical form or structural form as real vitamins are in foods; thus they are not natural for the human body. 

In a current e-commerce boom, the market is flooded with people trying to get rich by mis-selling products. 

Science cannot create life.

 Only life can create life. 

Obviously, there is a difference. Supplements, food-based, isolated or synthetic, have detracted from the most important part of health and healing. The basics of proper diet, exercise, detoxification, structure, mental/emotional and spiritual health must all be in order for true healing to occur.

 The History of Irish Moss

Irish Sea Moss has been used for many years on both sides of the Atlantic Ocean, from Jamaica where it is sold as a drink widely marketed as an aphrodisiac for men and a tonic for digestive issues and mood disorders.

 Sea Moss Usage - How to Prepare

 Our Sea Moss

All of our Irish Sea Moss (Chondrus Crispus) is wild harvested straight from the rocks by a family of harvesters on the West Coast of Ireland. They have been hand-picking organic seaweed for over 120 years from the pristine nutrient rich waters of the Atlantic Ocean. As Nature Intended it's harvested sustainably and undergoes testing such as heavy metals and microbiology to ensure only the finest organic seaweed is sent to our customers. 

Our Caribbean Sea Moss (Eucheuma Cottonii) is 100% wild grown, not pool grown. Imported from St Lucia, it arrives to us as raw as it can be after being naturally sun dried. 

Sea Moss Nutrients & Minerals

Sea Moss contains many of the body’s 102 minerals required, it also contains Vitamin A, B, C, D, E, F & K. It is a source calcium, iron, zinc, magnesium, potassium, omega-3 fatty acids, chlorophyl, iodine, protein and packed full of antioxidants and amino acids. 

Seamoss Safety & Side Effects 

Here are some of the remarkable health benefits our formulas provide supported by science:

 (I)- Goglia, F., 2015. The effects of 3,5-diiodothyronine on energy balance. Frontiers in Physiology, 5.

(II)- ODS, 2020. Office Of Dietary Supplements - Iodine. [online] Available at: <>.

(III)- ODS, 2020. Office Of Dietary Supplements - Riboflavin. [online] Available at: <>.

(IV)- Michigan Medicine, 2013. Potassium Iodide | CS Mott Children's Hospital | Michigan Medicine. [online] Available at: <>.

(V)- Kulshreshtha, G., Burlot, A., Marty, C., Critchley, A., Hafting, J., Bedoux, G., Bourgougnon, N. and Prithiviraj, B., 2015. Enzyme-Assisted Extraction of Bioactive Material from Chondrus crispus and Codium fragile and Its Effect on Herpes simplex Virus (HSV-1). Marine Drugs, 13(1), pp.558-580.

(VI)-Liu, J., Kandasamy, S., Zhang, J., Kirby, C., Karakach, T., Hafting, J., Critchley, A., Evans, F. and Prithiviraj, B., 2015. Prebiotic effects of diet supplemented with the cultivated red seaweed Chondrus crispus or with fructo-oligo-saccharide on host immunity, colonic microbiota and gut microbial metabolites. BMC Complementary and Alternative Medicine, 15(1).

(VII)- Torres, S., Nowson, C. and Worsley, A., 2008. Dietary electrolytes are related to mood. British Journal of Nutrition, 100(5), pp.1038-1045.

(VIII)- Liu, J., Banskota, A., Critchley, A., Hafting, J. and Prithiviraj, B., 2015. Neuroprotective Effects of the Cultivated Chondrus crispus in a C. elegans Model of Parkinson's Disease. Marine Drugs, 13(4), pp.2250-2266.

(IX)- Watson, R., 2017. Nutrition And Functional Foods For Healthy Aging - Available at: <>

(X) Plaza, M., Cifuentes, A. and Ibáñez, E. (2007) In the search of new functional food ingredients from algae, Trends in Food Science & Technology. Elsevier. 

(XI) Minerals for Bone Health

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(XII) Anti-Cancer Activity of Porphyran and Carrageenan from Red Seaweeds