Our Sea Moss with Spirulina capsules combine the world's two most nutrient-rich algae to create a unique, new superfood.
If you're familiar with Sea Moss, you know its benefits include healthy skin, mucus membrane support and digestive health. In addition, it contains 92 of the 102 minerals our bodies need to function.
We fused this already potent red algae with powerhouse blue green algae—Spirulina.
I've been using these Sea Moss with Spirulina capsules for about two weeks now, and I absolutels love them. I have so much more energy, and it really supresses my appetite. Hopefully I lose a couple pounds, I'll let you guys know in a few months! 😁
First consumed by the Aztecs in the 14th century, Spirulina regained popularity when NASA proposed growing it in space for consumption by the astronauts.
This blue-green algae is rich in protein, vitamins, minerals and antioxidants.
One tablespoon of Spirulina packs a whopping 4g of protein, 2mg of Iron, 13.7mg of Magnesium, 95mg of Potassium, 0.4mg of Copper, Vitamin B1, B2 and B3. It also contains Omega 3 and 6 fatty acids, as well as traces of Zinc, Manganese, Selenium and Calcium.
A 2009 study performed by the Chia-Yi Christhian Hospital, showed Spirulina to be effective in helping to alleviate inflammation. Spirulina contains the the biliprotein C-phycocyanin (C-PC) that inhibits the release of histamine by mast cells. In addition, C-PC has been shown to help the pain associated with inflammation.
A 2007 study conducted by the University of Mexico tested the effects of Spirulina on 36 subjects. They ingested 4.5g of Spirulina per day for six weeks. The subjects did not alter their diets during the study. The results showed an overall decrease in blood pressure, as well as a decrease in LDL (bad cholesterol) and triglyceride levels.
A study conducted in 2011 at the University of California tested the effect of Spirulina on subjects older than 50 with a history of Anemia. After 12 weeks of supplementing 3g of Spirulina per day, all participants reported steady increases in both red and white blood cell count, as well as higher hemoglobin levels.
A 2001 study conducted by the University of Baroda in India examined the effect of Spirulina on Type 2 diabetes patients. 25 subjects were given 2g of Spirulina per day for two months.They recorded an appreciable decrease in both fasting blood glucose and postprandial blood glucose levels. In addition, a significant decrease in Hemoglobin A1c levels was noted—indicating an improvement in long-term glucose regulation.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Are there any side effects of Spirulina?
As with Sea Moss, Spirulina does have anti-coagulant properties, meaning–in higher doses, it can function as a natural blood thinner. As a result, if you are taking anticoagulant medication, be sure to consult a physician before adding Sea Moss with Spirulina to your diet. Because Spirulina helps to boost the immune system, those who suffer from autoimmune disorders such as lupus, multiple sclerosis or rheumatoid arthritis(diseases where the immune system attacks the body), should avoid Spirulina. Though extremely rare, some users may experience insomnia, headaches or nausea when consuming Spirulina in higher doses.
Does Spirulina give you energy?
Absolutely! Spirulina is especially packed with B vitamins, the essentials for mental focus and energy. In addition, there are a variety of other vitamins and minerals in both Spirulina and Sea Moss–which help to invigorate the body even more.
Is it possible to consume too much Sea Moss with Spirulina?
As with all things that are good for you, there is always an upper limit—it is possible to have too much of a good thing. The same goes for Sea Moss with Spirulina, consuming alot more than the recommended dosage can lead to diarrhea or loose bowel movement. Some people have a higher tolerance for it, therefore they can consume more. Vegans may also be able to consume more Sea Moss with Spirulina, as their diet lacks the minerals that meat eaters consume regularly.
What are the "other ingredients" listed in your capsules?
There are three other ingredients that make up our Sea Moss capsules. The first is hydroxypropyl methylcellulose. This is derived from plant fiber, and it is what makes up the Vegetable capsule.
The other two ingredients—vegetable magnesium stearate and silicon dioxide, are natural flow agents. These are non-toxic vegetarian anti-caking agents used to help capsules flow through the manufacturing equipment. This leads to a product of much better physical quality.
How to take Sea Moss with Spirulina capsules?
We recommend you begin with two capsules taken daily with food. If you are fasting, it is possible to take more to fill the missing nutritional content from your diet. In these cases, start with the recommended dosage and gradually increase to your desired amount.
Customer ReviewsWrite a review
Tried the sea moss with spirulina a little harsh for my stomach but these original are the best.
Organic Sea Moss with Spirulina Capsules | Vegan 1000mg
Hadn't really seen or felt a change since ive been taking the product..hopes are still high with using the product,hopefully I'll see some of the results I seek from it soon.
My granddaughter suggested that I start taking Sea Moss because I was not aware of the product. I’ve been taking it for maybe 3 months and I do see some change. For one it really helps my appetite not as hungry and I feel good for a senior of over 75. I will keep ordering. Very satisfied