I am passionate about helping people find natural ways to treat physical and mental ailments and derive my inspiration from my family's health experiences. Motivated by my father, who lost his battle with bladder cancer, I was determined to find a natural herb that could help alleviate the pain and suffering of my late father. I devote my time to empowering people with the knowledge of natural herbs to help them inspire positive changes in their lifestyle.
Sea moss, or Irish moss, is another sea vegetable that grows on rocks close to shore. Popular for its anti-viral properties, it’s been used throughout Europe for decades. For the Irish, it’s become the standard method in helping those suffering from malnutrition. It features 15 essential minerals, including selenium, calcium, potassium and magnesium. It’s also abundant in Vitamins D, F, A, E and K. Useful in boosting overall health, the benefits of sea moss most commonly include:
On top of all their other uses, sea moss and bladderwrack share a common trait. Both contain vital hormone precursors – the substances our bodies use to manufacture thyroid hormones.
One of the most important functions of the thyroid is to produce thyroid hormones, which directly affect your body’s metabolism rate. As such, it plays a direct role in several other processes throughout the body.
If your thyroid doesn’t produce hormones like it should, your entire body can be thrown out of whack, and it can’t produce them without those essential hormone precursors. That’s where bladderwrack and sea moss come in.