What is Sea Moss?

Sea Moss is a type of red seaweed algae that has been used for thousands of years due to its powerful and natural health-boosting and skin-beautifying properties. Irish moss seaweed grows in the cool Atlantic waters along the rocky coastlines of Europe and North America. It can also be found growing in Santa Lucia, Jamaica, Trinidad, and other parts of the Caribbean.

Infinite Age Sea Moss is a premium quality Irish sea moss that comes straight from the ocean, after which it is sun-dried, mixed with spring water (to turn it into its more usable gel form), and packaged. You receive our Irish sea moss gel in its pure, high-quality form.

Sea moss gel is loaded with 92 trace minerals including Calcium, Iron, Magnesium, Zinc, Potassium, Vitamin A, Vitamin C, Vitamin E, Vitamin K & Sulfur.

Benefits of Sea Moss 

  • Thyroid support in cases of low iodine levels.
  • Improvement of mental function.
  • Better emotional health.
  • Prevention of nasal congestion.
  • Boost Immune System
  • Rids the body of mucus
  • Treatment of chronic obstructive pulmonary diseases such as bronchitis.
  • Sea moss also possesses antiviral properties that aid in fighting respiratory infections such as sore throats
  • Provides nearly all minerals needed for your body to thrive
  • Slow-release carbohydrates deliver long-lasting energy
  • Excellent for post-workout muscle and joint recovery because of its anti-inflammatory properties
  • Supports bone health
  • Improves the health of hair, nails, and skin more effectively than collagen
  • Boosts metabolism
  • Contains a rich source of iodine

In addition, sea moss may also work as a mild laxative, making it effective in soothing gut inflammation and promoting the elimination of waste.

Sea Moss Gel is great in tea & other hot/cold beverages, smoothies, food, or alone! Get creative - as long as you consume daily! On top of that, it may contain protein, vitamin B, beta carotene, sulfur, pectin, and vitamin C.

How to use Sea Moss

Sea moss can be taken in a gel liquid form to add to your smoothies, acai bowl, or even applied directly to your skin or hair as a brightening treatment. The seaweed can also be used as a baking subsite for eggs, which makes it an easy way to get minerals into your diet through baking so use sea moss when you bake cookies, cakes, and muffins.