GENERAL
Ingredients

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Seamoss

Sea moss, scientifically known as Chondrus Crispus, is a type of algae or seaweed that grows year round in tidepools and inlets. 

 

Sea Moss is also known as Irish Moss - a red-like macro-algae that is an extremely nutrient-dense super food and is without a doubt nature's multi-vitamin. It has 92 of the 110 minerals the body is made from, thus is nature’s powerhouse that gives you 90% of your bodies mineral needs in a serving.

 

Sea moss contains beta-carotene, vitamin B, vitamin C, and sulfur as well as minerals like magnesium, manganese, calcium, phosphorus, and zinc. All these contribute to healthy cell functioning, immune boosting and rejuvenation of the body,

 

Health Benefits

  •  Improve immunity

  • Promote heart health

  • Improves Blood Circulation

  • Anecdotal benefits for fertility

  • Supports Thyroid Health

  • Clears Respiratory System of Mucus

  • Boosts Gut Health

  • Improves Libido Levels and Sexual Performance

  • Eases Joint Swelling

  • Supports Anemia Treatment

  • Speeds Up Weight Loss

  • Soothes Skin Complications

 

Nutrients in seamoss can also help you:

  • Prevent Parkinsons

  • Promotes Overall Health and Wellness 

 

Molasses

Molasses is a byproduct of sugar cane’s refining process. Sugar cane is mashed to create juice. It’s then boiled once to create cane syrup. A second boiling creates molasses. After this syrup has been boiled a third time, a dark viscous liquid emerges known to Americans as blackstrap molasses. It has the lowest sugar content of any sugar cane product.

Molasses may seem like a sweet, sticky substance, but in fact, it has countless health benefits. The health benefits of molasses may include relief from menstruation-related problems, management of diabetes, acne, and other skin disorders. It also may improve bone and hair health, might maintain the functioning of the nervous system, and might speed wound healing.

Molasses may be a good source of energy, carbohydrates, and sugars as well. In addition to this, it might offer several vitamins and minerals, such as B-vitamins (niacin or vitamin B-3, vitamin B-6thiamine, and riboflavin) and possibly essential minerals such as calciummagnesiumpotassiumcopperironand sodium to name a few.

Health Benefits

  • Bone booster

  • Relieve menstrual cramps

  • Possible antioxidants

  • Provide constipation relief

  • Manage Diabetes

  • Increase the red blood cell formation

  • Speed up healing

  • Reduce the effects of Anemia

  • Maintain hemoglobin levels

  • Maintain a healthy nervous system

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Ginger

Ginger is a flowering plant whose rhizome, ginger root or ginger, is widely used as a spice and a folk medicine.

 

Ginger is loaded with nutrients and bioactive compounds that have powerful benefits for your body and brain. It’s one of the very few superfoods actually worthy of that term.

 

Health Benefits

  • Aid digestion,

  • Reduce nausea

  • Help fight the flu and common cold

  • Active anti-inflammatory and antioxidant effects, 

  • Burn calories and increase weight loss 

  • Lower blood sugars and improve heart health

  • improves brain function and protect against Alzheimer’s disease

  • Lowers Cholesterol and fight infections

  • Contains anti-cancer properties are attributed to gingerol found in ginger