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What is Sea Moss?

Irish Sea Moss


Chondrus Crispus and Eucheuma Cottonii are referred to as Irish Sea Moss aka Golden Sea Moss.

Sea Moss, which is found along the coasts of the Atlantic and some parts of the Caribbean, is a seaweed that contains 92 of 102 trace minerals essential to our body's growth and development; such as magnesium, potassium, iodine, sulfur, calcium, iron, and selenium.
Having this nutrient-dense food in our cabinet is a must no matter what type of lifestyle you currently have. 

This is the foundation of health and can be added to many foods, both healthy and unhealthy (you make that distinction for yourself) as well as skincare regime.
When choosing a Seamoss provider you must make sure that it is crafted from waters that you are comfortable with consuming from.

What makes our Sea Moss different?


• RVHH only use Wildcrafted & imported from St. Lucia 

• RVHH Sea moss gel is “gel-like” consistency, a silky smooth texture with no additional grainy particles or sand like textures.

• We use Alkaline water to clean and prepare the sea moss gel.

• Our sea moss gel process incorporates healing crystals for healing the body!

• Our sea moss will surely boost your immune system, not only because it carry's 92 essentials; but because the water it is grown in has no pollutants or industrial ships.
Pure and Rich mineral water only!




We provide fruit infused sea moss

(Organic only) 

Flavors: Pineapple, Mango, Ginger, Elderberry 

Different  sizes available!

Dont need any more glass jars??? Sea Moss Refill packs are available

Now serving Regular & Strawberry Flavors


It’s lemonade with added sea moss gel for the extra benefits:

Organic Strawberries are added!

More sea moss Benefits

  • Thyroid support in cases of low iodine levels. 
  • Improvement of mental function. 
  • Better emotional health.
  • Prevention of nasal congestion.
  • Boost Immune System
  • Rids the body of mucus

Treatment of chronic obstructive pulmonary diseases such as bronchitis.
Sea moss also possesses antiviral properties that aid in fighting respiratory infections such as sore throats 

Taking too much Sea moss gel can also work as a mild laxative! It's effective in soothing gut inflammation and promoting the elimination of waste.

Sea moss gel is a great blend in tea & other hot beverages. If your sea moss gel is cold (right out the fridge) you will need to sit the sea moss gel out at room temp to let it "unthaw"/ loosen up. This tends to make it an easy mix for cold foods like smoothies, applesauce, cold dips, or even if you take it alone.

Get creative - as long as you consume daily!

On top of that, it contains protein, vitamin B, beta carotene, sulfur, pectin, and vitamin C. 


Find Ways to Use Sea Moss


Never bleached with chemicals & No fertilizers used


RVHH sea moss is pre-soaked & soaked in alkaline water with fresh lime to ensure a thorough cleanse.
Irish Moss Gel is one of nature's supreme gifts to us!


How long does each supply last?
  8 oz = 12-16 TBS (2 WEEKS)
16 oz = 24 -32 TBS (1 MONTH)
32 oz = 48 -64 TBS (2 MONTHS)
  • Vitamin A in sea moss helps in improving eyesight. It also helps in developing immunity against cold and flu.
  • Vitamin B in sea moss helps in regulating the metabolism of the body, maintains the nervous system and skin health.
  • Vitamin C helps in maintaining the immune system of the body .
  • Vitamin D maintains your bone health and improves the deficiency of calcium in the body.


 Dr. Sebi was a pathologist, herbalist, biochemist, and naturalist. He has studied and personally observed herbs in North America, Central and South America, Africa, and the Caribbean, and has developed a unique approach and methodology to healing the human body with herbs that is firmly rooted in over 30 years of experience.

Superfood Sea moss gel, used as a nutritious thickening agent, the raw, blended sea moss gel serves as an excellent vegan substitute for gelatin, nuts, fats, and carbohydrates. Common uses include shakes, smoothies, sauces, desserts and so much more!



 mental health
  • Mood Enhancement  Sea moss has more potassium than 2 bananas. Improving and helping maintain a healthy mental state.



  • For Hair. The high fiber content in sea moss can fortify hair strands.  It also soothes the scalp and conditions the hair while enhancing the shine of your hair.

Promotes hair growth ~ Strengthen hair ~ Moisturizes & Restores hair balance.
    Sea Moss aids as an immunity boosterBoosts Immune System
    A substance called taurine is readily available in Irish
     moss and it is an excellent immunity boosting supplement. It covers up the deficit in a vegetarian or vegan diet.   

    Nourishes Skin. Irish Moss aka sea moss is very gentle for your skin since it leaves the skin feeling smooth and supple. It's high in sulfur content helps with balancing microbiome. Also reducing the excessive creatin of oil in the skin.  

    Fertility. The nutrients present in sea moss are chelated and colloidal (being a sea vegetable), so it is highly bio-available for your body to soak up. Irish moss is most commonly used as a natural aphrodisiac for men in the Caribbean. Since it is rich in zinc, it makes it ideal for boosting testosterone and male performance. In addition, it helps to increase sperm count and motility.
      Respiratory HealthSea moss has a high potassium chloride content. Thus, it is used as an anti-congestant. This is good news for smokers as sea moss is a natural expectorant. It can stop the common cold from turning into anything more severe like pneumonia, and also prevent bronchitis from breaking out. Sea moss naturally helps in clearing the body of excess phlegm or cough build up.


      Improves Metabolism Sea moss is rich in iodine which naturally boosts your metabolism. This increases your energy levels which results in weight loss. Sea moss is also known to reduce appetite by making a person feel “full”.

      Digestive Health
        It helps heal your body of ulcers by coating the stomach.  Also contains fibers that regulate bowel movement & alleviates gas

        Weight loss  Sea moss can also work as a mild laxative, making it effective in soothing gut inflammation and promoting the elimination of waste

          Supports the thyroid gland: Thyroid disorders are typically caused by a lack of iodine and selenium. Irish moss is packed with more iodine and selenium than any other food on the planet, which makes it useful for supporting thyroid function while improving symptoms associated with an underactive thyroid gland. When consumed in normal amounts, sea moss is generally safe and may have health benefits. The goal with iodine is to consume a just-right amount, as both too little or too much can throw thyroid hormones out of whack, so you need to be careful not to take in too much of the nutrient. 
          If you are already on a balanced diet or eat clean you can consume up to 2 OR 3 TBS.
          (Any other eating habits 1 TBS recommended) 
          Speeds muscle recovery: Sea moss relieves muscle and joint pain because it can help replace the minerals that deplete in the body when performing these activities.   Eases Joint Pain; The combination of antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties naturally found in sea moss provide an effective remedy for joint pain. Joint pain relief by sea moss is thanks to potassium iodide and potassium bromide, which are natural components of moss plants


          Ever since Kim Kardashian posted about her sea moss smoothie, the health food world has already gone crazy over the latest superfood in town: sea moss, a type of seaweed growing year round and growing on the Atlantic coastlines of Europe, North America, and the Caribbean.

          The proof, however, is in the pudding. You won’t know if Kim K. is telling the truth if you just rely on her posts, or if you count on hype happening in the healthy eating community at all times.



          Here’s a look at sea moss nutrition facts and the nutritional benefits you will likely get.


          Sea Moss Nutritional Value
          The daily recommended intake of sea moss is 1 to 2 tablespoons.

          2 tablespoons of sea moss contain the following:

          • Calories: 5
          • Fat: 0 grams
          • Cholesterol: 0 milligrams
          • Fiber: 0 grams
          • Protein: 0 grams
          • Sugar: 0 grams
          • Carbohydrates: 1 gram
          • Sodium: 7 milligrams


          In terms of portion sizes remember that a little bit goes a long way. This means, you probably shouldn’t exceed the recommended daily amount, particularly as sea moss is a source of iodine, which is something that your body can have too much of. Excessive amounts of iodine in your diet can lead to thyroid issues (enlargement of the thyroid gland). A single serving will then suffice per day.


          92 Trace Minerals in Sea Moss
          Sea moss is touted to have 92 of the 110 minerals that the human body needs. This is a serious achievement in a single superfood, considering the severe lack of minerals in many modern diets.


          Here is a quick list of the different trace minerals, elements, and vitamins you will usually find in sea moss:

          • Calcium
          • Folate
          • Iron
          • Zinc
          • Copper
          • Sodium
          • Iodine
          • Boron
          • Soluble Potash
          • Magnesium
          • Manganese
          • Phosphoric Acid
          • Potassium
          • Selenium
          • Sulfur
          • Carbohydrates, including:
          • Alginic Acid
          • Mannitol
          • Laminarin ‎
          • Nitrogen
          • Vitamins A to E, and K

          Sea Moss Nutritional Benefits

          Without a doubt, sea moss is among the most complex and nutritious foods around, providing many of the minerals that are highly beneficial to the body. These minerals benefit the body with everything from joint and bone health to hair and skin to muscle strength. It’s a superfood that helps you become energized throughout the day.

          At the same time, sea moss is known to be a drawing agent. What this means is it helps expel toxins, making it a staple that helped so much during the potato famine.

          Sea moss addresses nutrient deficiency effectively as well. During pregnancy, women’s nutrient levels tend to drop, sometimes leading to health issues. Consuming sea moss may come with benefits, although it’s best to discuss this with your doctor for utmost safety. In fact once the baby is born, sea moss contributes to providing nutrients from the amniotic fluid during breastfeeding.

          Sea moss boasts of weight loss properties. Like many other seaweeds available, it contains very few calories, no fat, and fiber to help keep you full for a longer time. Dietary fiber absorbs water from the small intestine and promotes a feeling of satiety, which then prevents you from overeating. Sea moss fiber has a mild laxative function that assists with constipation. Think of the seaweed as a time release fuel source, giving long-chain polysaccharides that deliver nutrients over a sustained period of time for a slower, more stable nutritional uptake.

          Finally, sea moss is a powerful immune booster. It’s been used across so many cultures, by both the old and young, to address the cold and flu. It has wonderful antiviral, antibacterial, anti-infection, and anti-inflammatory properties that make it such a reliable health food.


          Use RVHH sea moss gel or take it internally as an additive to your smoothies to gain the maximum benefits.

          How to Use Sea Moss

          There are nearly a hundred and one ways to use sea moss. It can be turned into sea moss gel and sea moss drink to be enjoyed from breakfast to snack to after-workout beverage. Dried sea moss can also be rehydrated and mixed into a wide range of food items as a vegetable.

          This seaweed is also commonly added in salads as a dressing, cakes, desserts like jelly, and other dishes as a thickening agent. On the beauty front, sea moss can be used as a facial and hair mask, a natural lotion, or a topical application for issues like eczema or acne breakouts.

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