Sea moss has been utilized for centuries as a remedy for a wide variety of ills and conditions. The use of red seaweed in China is documented from 600 BC and it was employed as a food source in the British Isles since 400 BC. Jamaicans knew the value of sea moss, and their store of knowledge and usage was expanded when Irish immigrants settled on the island.
A town in the U.S. was built on the use of sea moss when an Irish immigrant, Daniel Ward, found red sea moss beneath the surface of the ocean off the New England coast. The use of sea moss was unknown in the U.S. at that time.
The fisherman was the first Irishman to settle in Scituate, MA, where he grew the harvesting and processing of sea moss into a thriving industry. Scituate has been designated as “The birthplace of the Irish mossing industry” and “The most Irish Town in America.”
Sea moss has been used medicinally in a variety of home remedies throughout the centuries. It’s commonly used to enhance gut health, the location within the body where immune health begins. Sea moss has natural anti-inflammatory properties, which can be particularly beneficial for individuals that suffer from IBS-C.
The use of sea moss also has the ability to aid in digestion and help regulate bowel movements. Studies conducted in 2015 and later published in BMC Complementary Medicine and Therapies indicate that sea moss has the ability to provide the sustenance needed for the body to produce its natural probiotics.
Sea moss contains natural antibacterial, antifungal, and anti-viral properties. Those same studies showed an increase in “good” gut bacteria by a factor of four. Test subjects also demonstrated a reduction in “bad” bacteria that includes streptococcus and Clostridium septicum, both of which often afflict people with diabetes, peripheral vascular disease, colon cancer, and severe burns.
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