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Natural Iodine, Critical to your Health

Iodine is regarded as one of the most important trace minerals for human health and it plays a vital biochemical function in the regulation of hormone levels in the body. Iodine is essential in the bio-synthesis of the hormone thyroxine, also known as the thyroid hormone. The metabolic rate of the human body is regulated…
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Bladderwrack External Remedies

There are many benefits for your body and well-being from soaking in a seaweed bath. The more consistent you are with the baths the more benefits you will receive. General benefits: Dissolves excess fat deposits Soften & tones the skin Strengthens the hair, skin & nails Restores skin tone & vitality Flushes out toxins Helps control cellulite…
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Bladderwrack – Traditional Uses

Historically, the Romans  used Bladderwrack to soothe join pains and later it's been used to treat tuberculosis. Bladderwrack has been an herbal remedy and a culinary element in various cultures for centuries. It has long been recognised for its nourishing, anti-inflammatory, laxative & diuretic effects on the body. The iodine content is substantial (although less than in kelp), in…
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Tasting: BROWN SEAWEED, how they support a healthier you!

KEEN TO LEARN ABOUT SEAWEED? THEIR COLOUR MEANS SOMETHING IMPORTANT FOR YOUR HEALTH… Seaweeds have been praised throughout history for their nourishing properties & medicinal uses. The colour group they belong to speaks to the nutritional particularities of the species in the group. Come and learn about Brown Seaweeds, they include: Kelp, Kombu, Wakame, Sea…
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BLADDERWRACK – New Reasearch

Bladderwrack is a very common sight along the Eastern seaboard of the North American continent. Its name reflects a distinctive physical feature for this seaweed: the air bladders that suspend it in the water and allow it to float.  It is one of the most abundant Brown Seaweed from the northern Hemisphere, and is often called 'Fucus'.…
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BROWN SEAWEEDS – Nutritional Benefits & Quick Applications

Brown seaweeds, known for their iodine content, include the largest sea plants, some of them part of large under-water forests. There are about 160 species in New Zealand. Although grouped as ‘brown’, their colour may vary. The most popular edible brown species are: Kelp / Kombu, Wakame, Sea Spaghetti & Bladderwrack. NUTRITIONAL PROFILE OF BROWN…
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