Wildcrafted Sea Moss Gel
Wildcrafted Sea Moss Gel
Wildcrafted Sea Moss Gel
Wildcrafted Sea Moss Gel
Wildcrafted Sea Moss Gel
Wildcrafted Sea Moss Gel
Wildcrafted Sea Moss Gel
Wildcrafted Sea Moss Gel
Wildcrafted Sea Moss Gel
Wildcrafted Sea Moss Gel
Wildcrafted Sea Moss Gel
Wildcrafted Sea Moss Gel
Wildcrafted Sea Moss Gel
Wildcrafted Sea Moss Gel
Wildcrafted Sea Moss Gel
Wildcrafted Sea Moss Gel
Wildcrafted Sea Moss Gel
Wildcrafted Sea Moss Gel

Wildcrafted Sea Moss Gel

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Seamoss can be used in various ways. It can be ingested internally up to 1-2 Tbsp a day, can be used on your skin 1-2 times a week as a face mask, or 1-2 times a week as a hair mask.

Here’s why you should buy THIS specific sea moss gel instead of gel from any other manufacturer:

Benefits

  • Prevents Dementia
  • Helps relieve mild symptoms of depression and anxiety
  • Speeds up recovery from Nervous System Injuries
  • Protects against ulcers in digestive tract
  • Reduces risk of diabetes
  • Fights diabetes symptoms
  • Cancer fighting properties
  • Reduces inflammation and oxidative stress

Directions & Tips for Sea Moss Use:

  • Put seamoss in the fridge for 24-48 hours upon receiving BEFORE consuming
  • The recommended amount to take daily is 1-2 tablespoons per day. You can take up to 1/4 cup
  • If stored in an airtight container, seamoss that DOES NOT contain fruit can last in fridge for up to 1 month when refrigerated. You can store it in the freezer for up to 4-6 months
  • Seamoss that DOES contain fruit lasts 1-2 weeks, is perishable and needs to be kept in fridge at all times
  • Colors of flavored seamoss in pictures may vary based on photo quality
  • Each batch of seamoss is made fresh and can never be duplicated
  • To make seamoss last longer, please put in the freezer until ready for use

 

DISCLAIMER: *Do not use this product without appropriate medical care and consultation. If you suspect you have a medical problem, disease or are pregnant please consult your physician for diagnosis and treatment.*