- Raw Sea Moss
- Purple Sea Moss
Purple Sea Moss
Raw And Unfiltered Sun-Dried Purple Wild harvested Chondrus Crispus.
Purple Chondrus Crispus is a premium sea moss containing a high concentration of phycobilloproteins, mycosporines, and phenols that contribute to its dark color. It is this color that provides the body with fuel, and maintenance in the form of stored light. Omega 3’s, iron, folate, taurine, and iodine are just a few of the many nutrients you will find in this powerful sea algae
Irish Moss was once the primary source of Carrageenan (also called carrageen). Carrageenan is a vegetarian alternative to gelatin; and it’s widely used as a colloidal thickening agent in many foods and cosmetics. Irish Moss powder can be used in the home kitchen to thicken puddings, custards or soups. The rise of craft brewing has also brought back the historic use of Irish Moss as a beer clarifier, as it naturally accelerates protein coagulation; essentially eliminating the need for post-boil filtration.
Irish Moss and carrageenan have a long history of medicinal use for respiratory and digestive ailments. Like other seaweed-derived gels, carrageenan is soothing and nourishing to the skin, making it a valued ingredient for homemade beauty and skin care products. Like most sea vegetables, Irish Moss is rich in minerals, vitamins, fiber, and bioactive compounds.
HOW TO USE:
Rinse: our sea moss is wildcrafted and will contain salt sand and other sea elements. Be sure to rinse thoroughly
Clean: after rinsing clean the moss
Soak: Soak in distilled water (no tap)with cut limes for 12 hours. Keep sea moss submerged.
Gel: Once the sea moss is soaked add to blender to make gel; add to blender 2:1 ratio. 2parts cleaned & soaked sea moss 1 part hot distilled water. Blend until its texture resembles pudding.
Store: store gel in a container in refrigerator or for long term in proper container for freezer.
Egg replacement in baking
Thickener in salad dressings, soups, and other dishes
Stabilizer for cosmetic formulas
And much much more…