Comes in a 4x3 pouch.
Aides with: thyroid issues, B12 vitamins
Bladderwrack, also known as Kelp, is a brown-green seaweed species commonly used in herbal medicine. The entire plant is used, and harvested year-round in the North Atlantic and Mediterranean, and off the coasts of Japan.
-For vegans who eat no animal products at all, Kelp is the only natural plant source of B12 vitamins.
-Kelp contains considerable amounts of iodine, commonly used to treat hypothyroidism.
-Kelp’s active ingredient, Sodium Alginate, is used to prevent the body from absorbing heavy metal toxins such as Barium, Cadmium and Strontium-90- a radioactive substance created in nuclear power plants.
-Kelp has an enormous supply of essential nutrients- protein, essential fatty acids, fiber, sodium and potassium salts. The trace mineral content of kelp is among the highest of any known source.
Prescriptions for Herbal Healing, Balch, 2nd edition
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