1. What is sea moss?
Sea Moss, also known as Irish Sea Moss and Seaweed is a sea algae which can be found on almost all coastal regions around the world. The specific variety we use is Eucheuma Cottonii, widely grown and cultivated in the clean waters of the Caribbean. Our sea moss is harvested from the coastal waters of Saint Lucia.
Sea Moss is nutrient dense and contains 92 of the 102 minerals our body requires daily in order to function at its optimum health. Sea Moss also contains vitamins A, B, C, D, E and K which combined with the minerals makes it the ultimate super food. Sea Moss is particularly rich in Calcium, Potassium, Magnesium, Selenium, Iron, Iodine and Zinc to name a few.
2. How much sea moss gel should I take?
We recommend taking 1 to 2 tablespoons a day with an 8oz glass of water, or in your smoothies for proper mineral absorption.
3. Does Sea Moss aid weight loss?
Yes, sea moss increases satiety. It acts as a fiber that helps to keep you full longer.
4. How do I use sea moss to treat acne, eczema, psoriasis and other skin irritations?
Rub a thin layer of sea moss on clean skin and let sit for 30 minutes before rinsing off with warm water and apply sensitive moisturizer.
5. Are there any side effects of Sea Moss?
There is not a lot of research to support the side effects of sea moss. It has been reported that sea moss taken in higher doses can have a laxative effect. Sea moss can also act as a blood thinner, therefore, Kesh Organics recommend consulting with your physician if you take medications before using sea moss.
6. How long does sea moss lasts?
If stored properly raw sea moss can last for 4-6 weeks. Fruit infused sea moss gels must be consumed within 30 days, we recommend not to consume any fruit infused gel that is older than 30 days.
7. What recipes can I use sea moss gel in?
You can use a tablespoon of sea moss gel in tea, use as a thickening agent in soup, stir into jams and jellies, applesauce and raw desserts. You can bake into cookies, cornbread and even thicken up stews and chili.
8. Can pregnant women and breast feeding women consume sea moss?
Kesh Organics always recommend consulting with your physician first.
9. What kind of water do you use to make the sea moss gel?
10. Where does your Sea Moss come from?
Kesh Organics Sea moss only sources wild harvest sea moss from the pristine waters of Saint Lucia.
11. How can I contact you if I have specific questions about my order?
We strive to provide you with the best customer service, you can contact us through our email and please give us up to 48 hours to respond.
12. My gel looks looser than usual is it still good?
Yes. During shipping, your sea moss gel may become loose due to weather conditions. We recommend you refrigerate it immediately upon receipt for 24 hours to allow it to set again.
13. What does sea moss gel taste like?
Sea moss gel has a neutral taste, but some say that it taste “oceany”. We soak our sea moss with limes to help neutralize the taste.
14. Is the 16oz pouch the same size as the 16 ounce jar?
Customer Service and Shipping Information
1. How are my orders shipped?
All orders will be shipped USPS Priority Mail. We ship Monday- Wednesday to ensure you receive your order in a timely manner. Our sea moss gels are frozen before shipping, once you receive your sea moss gels, please refrigerate it immediately for 24 hours to let the gel set again. Please make sure your address is correct. Once your order have been processed and shipped, we will send you a tracking number and you can track your package on the shipping carrier’s website.
2. How long will it take to process my order?
Please allow 1-3 days for your order to be processed.