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Sea Moss Premium Formula with Bladderwrack

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Sea Moss is a plant that grows in the sea and has been traditionally used for weight loss, immunity, and blood sugar control. Sea moss capsules are a natural supplement that can help you stay healthy year round.
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Sea Moss Premium Formula with Bladderwrack

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Sea Moss is a plant that grows in the sea and has been traditionally used for weight loss, immunity, and blood sugar control. Sea moss capsules are a natural supplement that can help you stay healthy year round.
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  • Thyroid support
  • Immune System Support
  • Help Regulating Blood Sugar
  • Improved Metabolism
  • Improved Heart Health
  • Less Mucus
  • Skin health & anti-aging effects

If so, you may want to try our Sea Moss Premium Formula, which is a combination of Organic Sea Moss blended with Organic Bladderwrack and Organic Burdock Root and can potentially give you all of these health benefits.

The combination of these ingredients is also thought to potentially improve:

  • Antiviral support
  • Antioxidant support
  • Gut health
  • Inflammation
  • Muscle recovery after workouts & help build muscle

What is Sea Moss?

Sea Moss is an edible seaweed scientifically known as Chondrus crispus. It grows in waters on the rocky Atlantic coasts and is most commonly found between Europe and North America [1].

Sea moss grows in a variety of colors, with numerous different shades of green, purple, red, brown, black, yellow and purple [2] - the most common being red which is commonly referred to as Irish Moss.

Sea moss is a great source of iodine which is necessary to maintain a healthy thyroid [3].

Sea moss (and other red seaweeds) are rich in antioxidants - compounds that help to protect your cells from oxidative damage [4].

How was Sea Moss traditionally used?

Irish moss was used as a “poverty food” during the Irish Potato Famine (1846-1848) because it’s particularly nutrient-dense.

The strong association of Irish Moss with this particularly difficult time is one of the reasons that Sea Moss was largely ignored for many years after.

Traditionally, Irish Moss was used as a cold remedy, and has also been recorded as far back as 1810 for respiratory ailments.

It was also once used in the widespread treatment of pneumonia and tuberculosis.

The Irish Moss health benefits were well known to the natives of Ireland, a long time before it was given a “Superfood” status.

Ancient Irish tradition states that Irish Moss was carried for safety and protection and was also placed under rugs mainly for luck and wealth.

In Venezuela it has been boiled in milk and served with honey for generations as a remedy to help ease chest infections and sore throats.

How does Sea Moss help you?

People use sea moss for its many health benefits. Sea moss is a fantastic source of minerals and vitamins - it contains 92 of the 102 minerals that the human body needs to function properly, as well as antioxidants that may benefit overall health.

Seaweeds (especially brown) also contain sulfated polysaccharides, which are believed to have a myriad of health benefits [5].

Some of the main potential benefits of using sea moss may include [6]:

  • Sea Moss is rich in iodine, a micronutrient necessary for healthy thyroid function [7]
  • A study on salmon found that seaweed supplementation helped to improve immune response and modulation [8]. Sea Moss is rich in antioxidants and immune-boosting nutrients, such as magnesium, phosphorus, zinc and iron.
  • A study on rats found that a compound in seaweeds called fucoxanthin promoted fat metabolism [9].
  • Another study on pigs found that a different compound in seaweed, called alginate, seemed to prevent blood sugar spikes in pigs [10].
  • Other studies have also found seaweed to reduce bad (LDL) cholesterol while acting as a blood thinner, which may help reduce the risk of heart problems [11].
  • Irish Moss is also a great source of potassium chloride which has both anti-inflammatory and expectorant properties. Potassium chloride also has antiviral and antimicrobial agents, which can help you drain mucus from your body
  • Sea Moss (and other seaweeds) are one of the best plant sources of omega-3 fatty acids which are essential for health - especially the heart & cardiovascular system

What is Bladderwrack?

Bladderwrack, scientifically known as Fucus vesiculosus [12], is another type of seaweed (brown in color) and mainly grows along the coastlines of the North and Baltic Seas, Atlantic and Pacific Oceans and can also be found in various waters in the US & Canada [13].

Rich in vitamins, minerals, such as calcium, iodine, magnesium, potassium, sodium, zinc, and vitamins A and C [14] and antioxidants, many people believe that bladderwrack’s impressive nutrient profile can give many health benefits.

Historically, those who lived near the sea had relatively low rates of thyroid problems, due to their iodine rich diet, which included seaweeds.

2000 years ago, Greek Physician Dioscorides mentioned Bladderwrack in his “De Materia Medica”, where he recommended it for inflammation and “gouty afflictions”.

Traditional medicinal practices have used it for centuries to treat an array of conditions, such as iodine deficiency, obesity, joint pain, aging skin, digestive issues, urinary tract infection, and thyroid dysfunction.

In the early 1800’s. Bladderwrack was found to have a high iodine content and became widely used as treatment for goiter (a swollen neck because of large thyroid glands).

By the 1860’s, Bladderwrack was also being used to counteract obesity by speeding up metabolism.

Why is Bladderwrack Beneficial?

Bladderwrack contains Fucoidan - a complex sulfated polysaccharide.

Fucoidan seems to possess many different potential health benefits such as:

  • Anti-Inflammatory
  • High levels of Iodine (vital for Thyroid health)
  • A two-phase study that featured a separate control group applied bladderwrack extract to skin samples which led to an increase in collagen production [15].
  • Bladderwrack also contains lots of phytochemicals - a compound found in plants that has health promoting benefits. Some of these include fucoxanthin and phlorotannins which may help lower oxidative stress [16]

What is Burdock Root?

Burdock is scientifically known as Arctium lappa - a plant native to Europe and Asia. It now also grows in the United States

Researchers have uncovered many potential health benefits of burdock root [17].

Burdock Root’s potential health benefits were recorded in “The Compendium of Materia Medica” from the Ming Dynasty.

Traditional Chinese medicine refers to it as‘Niubang” [18] and often used Burdock to help treat flu, cold and other chest and throat infections.

Burdock Root has also been used traditionally for Gastrointestinal tract problems, kidney problems, gout, catarrh, infections, lymphatic system relief, fever, blood purification, skin problems, rheumatism, stomach issues, constipation, and fluid retention.

In the 12th Century, Ancient herbalists such as Hildegard of Bingen recognized Burdock’s healing powers.

Why use Burdock?

Burdock has many potential health benefits that stem from its anti-inflammatory, diabetic support, and microbe-fighting properties [19].

The lignans and flavonoids found in burdock root are believed to be responsible for many of the potential health benefits [20]:

  • Burdock might be beneficial for people with diabetes by stimulating insulin production, while lowering leptin. Leptin is commonly thought to help trigger weight loss… However, Leptin is actually high in people with obesity, who often become leptin resistant. In such cases, lowering leptin is good [21].
  • Burdock root is also thought to block the enzyme that breaks down elastin, the protein that gives the skin elasticity [22].

Why Try Feel Younger® Organic Sea Moss Premium Formula with Bladderwrack 2810mg?

Our Sea Moss Premium Formula with Bladderwrack is made from high quality, high purity, Organic ingredients. It is also non-GMO, as well as being vegetarian and vegan friendly.

Our Sea Moss comes in an easy to swallow capsule form.

Here at Feel Younger, we believe in providing strong doses at reasonable prices. Our Sea Moss capsules provide a 2810mg daily dose, and will cost you no more than $27, with discounts available on subscriptions for multiple bottles.

How do you take it?

Take 2 capsules, once a day with water.

For best results, take our Sea Moss capsules 20-30 minutes before a meal.

Any cautions?

Sea Moss can act as a blood thinner, and should not be taken if you are on blood thinning or anticoagulation medication. It may also cause bloating.

Sea Moss and Bladderwrack contain high sources of Iodine, so should not be taken with other Iodine supplements.

Burdock is a natural diuretic, and should not be taken if you are dehydrated or already taking other diuretics/water pills. It can also lower leptin.

Should not be taken by pregnant women.

ALWAYS consult a healthcare professional before taking any new supplements.

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