Our selection of sea moss includes three species – Chondrus crispus, Graciliara, and euchema cottonii – each with its own unique characteristics & benefits.
- Chondrus crispus, also known as Irish moss or sea moss, is a variation of red algae that is native to the North Atlantic Ocean. It is available in two colors – golden and purple – and is a good source of iodine, magnesium, and potassium. Irish moss has been traditionally used to support the immune system and thyroid function, and is also a natural emulsifier, making it a useful ingredient in recipes and personal care products.
- Graciliara is a type of brown algae that is native to the Pacific Ocean. It is available in four different colors – golden, purple, green, and multicolor – each with its own unique nutrient profile and benefits. Graciliara is a good source of iodine, calcium, and iron, and has been used for centuries for its many health benefits.
- Euchema Cottonii, commonly known as Kappa A, is a species of red algae that is found along the coasts of Australia, New Zealand, the Caribbean, and parts of South America. It is a type of macroalgae, meaning it is a large, multi-celled organism that grows in shallow, rocky, and sandy areas of the sea. It can often be seen in the intertidal zone, meaning it is exposed to air during low tide and immersed in water during high tide. It is a type of seaweed that can be found in a variety of forms, ranging from small fronds in shallow waters to large, thick clumps in deeper waters. Euchema Cottonii is known for its highly nutritious content, rich in essential vitamins and minerals such as calcium, magnesium, and potassium. It is also a great source of dietary fiber and can be used in a variety of dishes.
All of our macroalgae products are sustainably sourced and processed to maintain their potency and purity. They are available in various forms, including capsules, powders, teas, extracts, and 70% - 100% sun-dried. Explore our selection of macroalgae to find the perfect product for your needs.