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Red or Blonde Irish Moss

Red or Blonde Irish Moss - Which is Better?

Also known as Sea Moss, Irish Moss has recently become popular again for it's amazing nutritional value. Many claim is reduces symptoms and suffering from a raft of ailments including bladder disorders, bronchitis, halitosis (bad breath), intestinal disorders and glandular problems to swollen joints, lung difficulties, thyroid conditions, tuberculosis, tumors, and ulcers.

Irish Moss is a red seaweed which Pacific Harvest sources from organically certified harvesting areas in France and Ireland.  Typically Irish Moss is harvested from the ocean and left to dry in the sunshine. This results in the leaves becoming a little sun bleached, leaving more of a 'blonde' colour to the product.  We have recently started to source Irish Moss which has been dried indoors where the contaminant risk is easier to control.  If you have been purchasing Irish Moss from us for a while, you may notice this change in colour. It is still the same product, it's just not been left on the beach to dry in the sun.

All our seaweeds are tested for contaminants according to the strict Australia and New Zealand food standards.

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Disclaimer: This material is provided for educational purposes only and IS NOT intended as a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. This information is generic and may not include the latest research. We encourage you to do your own research and discuss your findings with a qualified health practitioner who can help you validate the outcomes in the context of your specific & individual health situation.

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