Wildcrafted Seamoss – 2 month Supply
2 Month Supply of Seamoss
This makes approximately 4 32 oz jars of seamoss if directions are followed.
This seamoss expands 3 to 4 times as it appears dry.
Where Does The Sea Moss Come From?
Our Sea Moss is Wildcrafted in the St Lucia waters. These waters are fed nutrients from the nearby volcanic lands. It is then dried using the natural heat in the Caribbean sun.
The Farmers work very closely with the Government to adhere to positive sustainability practices.
Pairs great with the Biomineral Tonic which can be found here.
Please follow directions for preparation
Directions: Rinse Sea Moss thoroughly, washing away salt, sand, and any debris from the sea. Soak in purified water for 6-24 hours. Rinse Sea Moss again. Add to blender with water in a ratio of 1c of Sea Moss to 1-2 cups of distilled/spring/alkaline water. Blend until smooth and creamy. Refrigerate or freeze after preparation.
P.S. This is a sea vegetable harvested from the ocean and there can be variations in color and texture, Do not be alarmed if you have to soak longer. May be quickly soaked with the hot water method. It is normal to soak Sea Moss for up to 24 hours.
When stored in an airtight bag in a cool and dark place (cabinet or pantry) the shelf life is up to 1 year, but can possibly last longer. The naturally occurring sea salt found in the ocean is an added benefit to sea moss as it serves as a preservative, which helps to extend the shelf life of the product.
Store in a dark dry place away from any moisture.
Do not refrigerate sun-dried sea moss, as it introduces too much moisture and will lead to spoilage.
(Although we do Our best to bring home our Sea Moss without salt, there are times when residual seawater can be left on our moss so don’t be alarmed if you see a minimal amount of salt. Simply rinse. This is just dried saltwater. NOTHING IS ADDED TO THE SEA MOSS AS ITS 100% NATURAL).
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