What a great way to start and end your day. I grew up watching my father and his 6 brothers drink Irish Moss (Sea Moss) every day. It was a staple in our house. Back then, the flavour was strong and I didn't want any part of it. But in our Jamaican culture, it was a staple, so you would plug your nose and drink up. Today my father is 79 years old and still drinking his Irish Moss without missing a beat. I have since introduced him to our Sea Moss Gel made with unique and popular flavours. At The Amazing Tea Company, we have transformed an old-time favourite into an amazing daily tasty treat. The Blueberry Sea Moss Gel is infused with Green Tea. Our Sea Moss Gel combines the 92 minerals from sea moss with all the wonderful benefits of blueberry and green tea.
Green tea is well-known and scientifically proven to be one of the healthiest beverages on the planet. It’s loaded with antioxidants that have many other benefits.
Ingredients: sea moss, blueberries, green tea, lime juice, dates and citric acid. Citric acid is a naturally occurring antioxidant.
Dates have a low GI, which means they're less likely to spike your blood sugar levels, making them a safe choice for people with diabetes.
To learn more about Wildcrafted Sea Moss Gel
Where do you source your sea moss?
Our sea moss is from my beautiful island Jamaica - the best.
What is the recommended serving size?
The 8 oz jar- 8 servings of two tablespoons a day. 20 calories per serving
How should I store my Sea Moss gel?
You should refrigerate your sea moss gel upon arrival. The Sea Moss will gel overnight in the refrigerator and is good for 4 weeks in the refrigerator. To extend your gel, you can freeze it for up to 1 year.
Sea moss is rich in iodine. If you are currently taking Iodine supplements, please consult with your physician before consuming this product.
Add 1 to 2 tablespoons to your favourite beverage, cereal, or yoghurt, or simply enjoy it by itself.
Citric acid is a weak organic acid. It occurs naturally in produce, and in particular, citrus fruits such as limes, oranges, and lemons. Citric acid is a naturally occurring antioxidant.
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