Best Sea Moss in Dallas

Sea Moss – The Miracle of The Sea

Right now, out of all the beneficial seaweeds gaining major attention because of their unmatched benefits, SEA MOSS is the front runner. Studies show Sea Moss to have significantly high nutritional value and powerful properties provided by bioactive compounds. Pound for pound, it’s the Sea Moss hands down.(hey – that rhymed!!! rapper loading…..)

Where Does Sea Moss Come From

Before you run out and grab any moss, please know that while all sea moss has benefits, some of the ways it is manufactured commercially inhibits its natural composition.

Farmed sea moss, also called pool-harvested sea moss is grown in ocean waters, but it’s not found in its natural habitat. Instead of rocks, it grows on ropes so that it’s easier for the farmers to harvest. Pool-grown sea moss comes from salt-brine water that mimics the ocean liquid and movement and is a completely artificial environment. Fake sea moss gel is not mineral-rich and potentially harmful to the human body.

Pool-harvested sea moss is used to make fake sea moss gel.

Real sea moss is harvested from the ocean rock, getting its nutrients from the rock. Sheer Alternatives uses an Irish Moss, wild-harvested off the coast of St. Lucia. It is an excellent source of nutrients, loaded with Potassium, Calcium, Iodine, and Natural Vitamins A, B, C, D, E & K.

Sea Moss provides 92 of the 102 natural minerals that the body needs. Sea Moss is great for hair and skin, plus the consumption of sea moss gel as a daily practice will contribute to a healthier lifestyle. It’s all-natural, it works, and it’s pure(SHEER).

This is what real sea moss looks like moments after it has been harvested from the clear Marine Protected ocean. It is then taken to shore to be sun-dried.

What Are The Benefits of Sea Moss?

How Do I Use Sea Moss Gel?

We recommend you take your Sea Moss Gel first thing in the morning (on and empty stomach) but Sea Moss Gel can be consumed at any time during the day or night. The suggested serving for adults is 1 to 2 tablespoons of Sea Moss Gel per day.  The benefits of Sea Moss Gel are accumulative, so you will experience noticeable benefits over time from taking it every day. Just get into the habit of adding to your diet. 

Sea Moss Gel can be taken straight, or added to hot and cold beverages, smoothies, juices, yogurt, and so on. It’s tasteless so whatever you decide to add it to is just fine, as long as it is taken everyday.

We do not recommend going beyond the suggested servings because of the iodine content the product contains. If you experience any adverse reactions such as nausea, discontinue use immediately. Everything is not for everybody’s body. Know THYSELF. 

“Where Can I Find Sea Moss In Dallas?”

One of the most consistent suppliers, with a tasteless high-quality Sea Moss is North Node Sanctuary at 2001 S Ervay Street. Their moss is cleaned using distilled water and fresh squeezed lemon juice, then taken through a gentle process to cure it before gelling. They are so awesome.

The next best place is under the Shed at the Dallas Farmer’s Market. Ask for the guy that sells the All-Natural Toothpaste for teeth whitening and bad breath. Tree with FrootKaves keeps a fresh supply of gel and he has a convenient capsule form you can order online.

The other place we would suggest you get a premium quality Sea Moss you can trust is at The Underground Market in Lower Greenville. The Underground Market is a weekly outdoor pop up market held off Greenville Avenue and the 5700 block of Oram Street and C Miller typically keeps Sea Moss Gel on ice, plus he has the option of supplying bulk quantities to health food shops interested in adding this to their menu as an new shake ingredient.

The Underground Market features local vendors from the Dallas area and you have got to stop by there. It is the best place for a SUN Day FUN Day! The perfect a chance to shop and eat local every Sunday in the heart of Dallas.

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