What is seamoss? Seamoss is a type of algae that grows in the salt waters along the rocky coastlines of Europe, north America and some parts of Asia. There are many different species, the most popular and well known types are chondrus crispus, eucheuma cotonii, spinosum and gracilaria. Seamoss is known to contain over 90 minerals out of 102 our bodies are made of. Our Seamoss gel is a 100% natural alternative to supplements and therapeutic drugs. It is a functional food that helps many conditions, from speeding up recovery time after intense exercise to supporting overall health, healing, and decreasing weight. Seamoss has been around for hundreds of years and has a long history dating back to Ancient Greece when seamoss was used as an ingredient in food. Seamoss contains a broad diversity of botanicals, including fat-soluble vitamins A, D, E, and K; minerals; carbohydrates; proteins; amino acids and essential trace elements, including magnesium, calcium and iron. Our product is vegan, raw, gluten free and has zero preservatives. Sustainable as it is sourced from nearby local farmers. 


Ingredients in our gel:

Seamoss (Eucheuma spinosum)

Pure water

Key Lime



Contains over 90 minerals out of 102 our bodies need

Detoxifies the body

Supports hair, skin and nails

Improves digestion

Boosts energy and immune system

Regulates appetite

Speeds muscle recovery


After freshly made, the gel must be kept cool in the fridge can last up to 2-3 weeks.

Daily intake: 1-4 teaspoons (add in smoothies, cooking or tea/drinks)

Face mask: 2 teaspoons of seamoss gel, apply on clean face and let sit for 20 minutes, then rinse off with lukewarm water. No aftercare needed.




Please note the listed health benefits of our products are subject to opinion and should not be taken as a medical advice. Nutritional benefits may vary from one person to another. You should always consult with a medical professional before incorporating herbal remedies into your diet, particularly if you are taking medication, pregnant or breastfeeding.




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