Seamoss: What is it and How is it Used for Eczema?

Seamoss: What is it and How is it Used for Eczema?

Organic St. Lucian sea moss is a type of seaweed that is grown and harvested in the ocean waters around the island of St. Lucia. It is considered to be organic because it is grown without the use of chemical fertilizers, pesticides, or other synthetic substances.

It is commonly used in health and wellness products, as it is believed to contain a wide range of beneficial nutrients such as iodine, calcium, and other minerals. It is used for making a gel and it is used in culinary purposes as well.

Adding seamoss to your diet has a number of potential health benefits. Seamoss, can be used both orally and topically. When taken orally, seamoss can be consumed in the form of a gel or added to smoothies, juices, and other drinks. It can also be taken in capsule form.

Topically, seamoss can be made into a gel and applied directly to the skin to moisturize and soothe irritation, and used to help a number of skin conditions including eczema, by reducing inflammation and irritation on the skin, which can help to alleviate the symptoms of eczema. It can also be added to bathwater to help nourish and moisturize the skin. 

Seamoss is rich in minerals and contains 92 of 102 essential vitamins and minerals. It has been traditionally used to promote overall health and well-being.

Pick up a bag of The Raw Kitchen's Organic St Lucian Seamoss at The Raw Kitchen UK here today.

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