Sea Moss Recipes
Jazz up your Moss with your favorite fruits. Add bananas, mangoes, strawberries, the possibilities are endless!
If you're feeling like adding some extra protein to your breakfast, add some dates or raisins and a little organic old fashion Oat, some coconut milk and Flax seeds to your Moss.
Your toddlers can enjoy all the nutrients of Sea Moss too! Sea Moss is packed with over 90 of the minerals that a child's body needs to function. Just add their favorite fruits :)
Did you know that you can add Sea Moss to thicken up your favorite sauce? Yes! Sea Moss has been used by native Caribbean cooks to thicken gravy for different variety of dishes :)
Did you know that Sea Moss Gel can be used as a hair moisturizer to strengthen your hair? Yes! Sea Moss has natural collagen, collagen is the most abundant protein in the body and helps give structure to our hair, skin, nails, bones, ligaments and tendons in our body. Collagen is also behind helping hair shine, skin glow and nails stay strong. Collagen is a protein made up of amino-acids: glycine, proline, hydroxyproline, and arginine, all of which help our body's connective tissue, skin, hair, nails, as well as gut health stay as healthy as possible.
Cinnamon and Nutmeg are wonderful spices that are loaded with Anti-viral and Anti-bacterial properties, add them to your Moss with a dash of vanilla, some coconut milk and ripe bananas to help protect the Immune System.
SOAKING YOUR MOSS:
You should always rinse your moss thoroughly before using it. Remove all ocean particles from the moss, then soak it for a few hours or overnight. Pour off water and add fresh water. Remember, if you are treating a Respiratory infection or a lung condition, you can boil your moss for about 3 minutes, let it cool down, add your herbs and prepare it to your liking.
STORING YOUR MOSS
Your Dry Moss should be kept in a cool dry place OUTSIDE of the refrigerator.. The natural sea salt on your Moss is a natural preservative and your moss will not go bad. Never store dry Moss in the fridge, the moisture from the fridge will cause it to go bad.
You should keep your moss in the fridge after you have washed and prepared it.
If stored properly, your Moss will last well over a year.