Abundant Life Force Bladderwrack, Irish Moss And Burdock Root 100 Capsules A Bag..
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BENEFITS OF BLADDERWRACK
dried bladderwrack in a cup
Used as an herbal remedy and culinary element, bladderwrack has been a traditional part of herbal medicine for centuries. Scientifically known as Fucus vesiculosus, you may also hear it called rockweed, red fucus or black tang. Among the most common of all ocean seaweeds, it’s a rich source of beta-carotene, potassium and many other organic compounds that make it a true superfood.
Because of its wide range of constituents, the benefits of bladderwrack are equally extensive. Able to slow macular degeneration, this seaweed is a natural way to improve vision (thank you, beta-carotene). It’s also a powerful anti-inflammatory, making it useful in treating arthritis, gout and more. Other benefits may include:
Promotes healthy digestion
Aids in weight loss via increased metabolism
Slows signs of aging
SEA MOSS BENEFITS
dried sea moss in a measuring spoon
Sea moss, or Irish Moss, is another sea vegetable that grows on rocks close to shore. Popular for its anti-viral properties, it’s been used throughout Europe for decades. For the Irish, it’s become the standard method in helping those suffering from malnutrition. It features 15 essential minerals, including selenium, calcium, potassium and magnesium. It’s also abundant in Vitamins D, F, A, E and K. Useful in boosting overall health, other benefits of sea moss may include:
Fights iron deficiency
Improves mental health
Reduces effects of radiation
Aids in weight loss
Used for centuries as a traditional remedy for a wide range of ailments, it is the root of the Burdock plant that is harvested for its medicinal qualities. Burdock Root has been traditionally used for soothing the kidneys, as a blood purifier, relieving the lymphatic system, rheumatism, gout, GI tract disorders, stomach ailments, constipation, catarrh, fever, infection, fluid retention and skin problems.
This multi-purpose herb is native to Europe and Asia. However it has been naturalised more recently in the United States, with Native American Indians using it as a medicinal plant to cleanse the body and spirit.