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Irish Sea Moss is a red algae that comes in many varieties. The most popular being chrondus crispus, and euchuema cottonii, are packed with a plethora of vitamins and minerals, grow in coastal waters along the Atlantic, and have been used for centuries as a nutrient dense food source. The Irish prefix that we all have seen many times was coined after the Irish survived the infamous potato famine of the 1800's by eating the sea moss that grew along the rocky shore. Even though Ireland was one of the first countries to use sea moss, it has since
been re-introduced by the late Dr.Sebi and has been widely used by holistic healers around the world. Chrondus Crispus isn't the only sea vegetable we should consume; The entire sea is filled with nutritious vegetation.
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