5 health benefits of regularly consuming East African Sea Moss


Western medicine teaches us to treat symptoms, Eastern medicine teaches us to prevent and cure symptoms. With cold and flu season upon us, consuming East African Sea Moss can help fortify our body’s immune system against winter time viruses.

Here are 5 health benefits of regularly consuming East African Sea Moss.

  1. Elimination Of Excess Mucus. East African Sea Moss contains plenty of potassium chloride, which helps to break up mucus. Heavy mucus on the lungs is often the cause of that uncomfortable feeling in your chest and coughing. Unchecked, heavy mucus on your lungs can lead to more serious symptoms.

  2. Asthma Relief. Inflammation of the lungs is a common symptom of cold and flu viruses. Because of the anti-inflammatory properties East African Sea Moss contains, asthma and asthma-like symptoms can be relieved by consuming East African Sea Moss.

  3. Natural Pain Killer. Anti-inflammatory properties don’t just target one area of the body, but all areas where inflammation is present. Because of this, East African Sea Moss also helps to relieve sore throat, headaches, aching joints, and body aches.

  4. Detoxifying Properties. East African Sea Moss contains Algin. Algin is a kind of phytonutrient which is a blood detoxifier. These phytonutrients can remove heavy metals from the blood and tissue of the body. Heavy metals can build up in our bodies overtime from eating fish and breathing in pollution. Having heavy metals present in your blood and tissues can suppress the immune system and so removal of these toxins are necessary for optimal health.

  5. Energy Boost. One of the main reasons we suffer from low energy is from lack of vitamins and nutrients. East African Sea Moss has 99 of the 102 vitamins and minerals the body needs to function at an optimal level.

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3 comments


  • Rochelle Washington

    Looking forward to trying


  • Jesse

    What is the gel made from? Curious.


  • Gabrielle J

    Hi, do you sell the actual sea moss not already mixed?


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