Irish Sea moss (Chondrus Crispus)-The Critical Ally Kit
We now have Chondrus crispus available in our shop, also known as Irish moss which is jam-packed with essential minerals, vitamins and more.
Sourced from the cold waters of the Atlantic Ocean, off the coasts off Ireland, Chondrus Crispus Seamoss contains 15 of the 18 essential elements found in the human body.
Primary Health benefits: Supports digestive health, respiratory health, immune function, and skin health.
Please be aware: As this a completely raw product it may contain small crustaceans or mollusks, please wash thoroughly before use.
Included in your order:
Raw Chondrus Crispus Sea moss (2 oz - 7 oz)
32 oz Mason Jar
2 oz/56 grams produce about 1 liter/32 fl oz of Sea Moss Gel.
7 Oz/200 Grams makes Approx 3.5 Liters/118 Fl Oz Sea Moss Gel.
Easy To follow instructions manual with skin and haircare recipes.
Application: Can be used topically to support skin health and consumed daily for overall well-being.
Please wash thoroughly before use to remove any small crustaceans, mollusks etc. and soak Chondrus Crispus sea moss with spring water. Soak for 8- 12 hours. Do not drain, Bring to a simmer on a low/medium heat until soft. Allow to cool and then blend with remaining water from pot until you get desired gel consistency.
Storage: No refrigeration needed for dried sea moss;
Once converted into sea moss gel the shelf life is up to 3 weeks in the fridge, up to 6 months in the freezer.
Chondrus Crispus provides a full spectrum of natural vitamins, minerals, proteins, selenium, antioxidants, essential fatty acids, phenols, enzymes, trace elements, amino acids, as well as nutrients like zinc and B12.
Typical Analysis of Carragheen seaweed - Chondrus crispus
Vitamin C 10-30 ppm
Vitamin B12 0.6-4 ppm
Calcium 0.9-1.3 ppm
Iodine 200-300 ppm
Iron 170-210 ppm
Manganese 2-28 ppm
Potassium 3.4 ppm
We encourage customers to research further and understand the full benefits of this amazing herbal ally.
During the potato famine of the 1840s, a significant portion of the Irish population survived by relying on **Chondrus crispus**, also known as **Irish sea moss**. This nutrient-dense algae served as a crucial source of sustenance, providing essential minerals and nutrients that helped many Irish families endure this challenging period. The resilience and adaptability of the Irish people during this time showcased the remarkable nutritional value of this "herbal" ally, reinforcing its historical significance and its ability to serve as vital support during times of crisis.