We use these wildcrafted Northern water sea herbs ourselves in our personal protocols, preparing for our ritual sojourns in the forest. All of the sacrifices of time and compromises in the modern world start to build up in acidic and heavy, processed foods that one is forced to eat for time or on the road. Working in the minute tasks makes life sedentary, and the perfect storm of toxic stagnation starts to develop. It is crucial to flush out the body, and give the dense superfoods to boost the healing and cleansing. People call these foods electric because they are energizing to cellular processes and often one feels an increase in energy from the deep nourishment of sea minerals from a modern farming diet of foods devoid of nutrients.
We start out with our special high grade, cracked-wall chlorella that is a dense source of nutrients:
Protein: Chlorella is 50–60% protein. What’s more, it’s a complete protein source, meaning it contains all nine essential amino acids
Vitamin B12: Some chlorella varieties may also contain vitamin B12, but more studies are needed (
Iron and vitamin C: Chlorella can be a good source of iron. Depending on the dosage of the supplement, it may provide anywhere from 6–40% of your daily need. It’s also an excellent source of vitamin C, which helps you absorb iron. This powder is a rich source of vitamins including vitamins B12 (not found in land plants),
Other antioxidants: These tiny green cells provide a wide range of antioxidants (
Other vitamins and minerals: Chlorella provides small amounts of magnesium, zinc, copper, potassium, calcium, folic acid and other B vitamins .
Omega-3s: As with other algae, chlorella contains some omega-3s. Just 3 grams of chlorella delivers 100 mg of omega-3s (8).
Fiber: In large quantities, chlorella can be a good source of fiber. However, most supplements don’t provide even 1 gram of fiber per dose
These seaweeds are all immune boosting, cholesterol modulating, as well as shown to bind to heavy metals, as well as aiding the proper blood pressure, blood sugar, and they all contain potent antioxidants.
Nova Scotia Dulse is used for building strong bones,lowering blood pressure eye care, thyroid disorders, nervous system and blood circulation.
The blend of Irish Moss and German Bladderwrack is famous for it use in alkaline and electric food diets. following alkaline diet protocols, for iron deficiency, and is especially useful in dissolving mucus. It is beneficial in weight loss, digestion, heart disease and ageing, and has 95 essential minerals, especially iodine, calcium, iron, magnesium, potassium. It is used traditionally for boosting metabolism, diabetes, hypertension, cholesterol build up, vitamin k, and varicose veins, aids in radiation, anti-viral. It is especially useful in thyroid health, and is said to strengthen hair, nails and skin.
The benefits of Icelandic sea kelp are a folk treasure of Iceland. It is packed full of nutrients. Sea kelp is a natural source of vitamins A, B1, B2, C, D and E, as well as minerals including zinc, iodine, magnesium, iron, potassium, copper and calcium. In fact it contains the highest natural concentration of calcium of any food – 10 times more than milk.
For a tea/broth the rule of thumb is 1 tsp per 6-8 oz of water. Steep for 2-3 minutes.
The smoothy you just put it in a blender with your favorite beverage. We have seen negative reviews for seaweeds online because of their “sea” taste, so if you are adverse to sea flavor, consider another form. Although it becomes virtually tasteless when used in our smoothie and berry powder blends at proper ratio.
Can use externally as well:
Combine 1 tbsp of seaweed powder to 2 tbsp of water and 1 tsp of organic vegetable glycerin to form a paste. Apply to the skin and leave on for about 10 minutes before washing off with warm water. Floral water or aloe vera gel juice can be substituted for water.
These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA.