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Organic Bladderwrack 680 mg Sebi Alkaline Detox Fat Burner Skin Immune Health

Organic Bladderwrack 680 mg Sebi Alkaline Detox Fat Burner Skin Immune Health

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ORGANIC BLADDERWRACK (Fucus vesiculosus)

50 CAPSULES-680mg 

No Additives, No Fillers, No Binders.

PURE ORGANIC BROWN BLADDERWRACK

Brown Bladderwrack

Bladderwrack is a naturally occurring source of iodine which makes Bladderwrack a great choice in the support of a healthy functioning thyroid gland when more iodine is required for optimal function. Also of interest is the high amount of fucoidin found in Bladderwrack. Fucoidans and Fucans are sulfated polysaccharides found in most brown seaweeds. These substances have been researched for modulating a healthy inflammatory response, and have shown strong properties for supporting a healthy immune system and intestinal flora. It is also recognized as a source of other naturally occurring minerals such as iron, zinc, magnesium, and potassium.

Although bladderwrack has been growing in cold ocean waters for thousands of years, its use as a health-supportive supplement is relatively recent. Rich in minerals like iodine and magnesium, the potential benefits of this seaweed are still being discovered, although it is used to support thyroid health, promote healthy mineral levels, support a healthy internal response, and more.

What is Bladderwrack?

 

Bladderwrack is a type of brown algae or seaweed that is typically found in the chilly waters of the Northern Atlantic and Pacific coasts of the United States, and on the Atlantic and Baltic coasts of Europe. Its name comes from the small, air-filled pods that grow along the thallus (main stem) of the plant and help it to stay afloat. The other part of its name (wrack) signifies something that is driven ashore.

Bladderwrack is known scientifically as Fucus vesiculosus, although it is also referred to as Fucus, seawrack, black-tang, rockweed, sea spirit, sea oak, and other names. It is a strong smelling seaweed with fan-shaped leaves and has a thin, leathery texture. It typically grows about halfway between the high- and low-water marks.

Other Potential Health Benefits of Bladderwrack

  •          Supports thyroid health
  •          May promote a healthy hormone balance
  •          Seeks to support a healthy internal response
  •          May support liver health
  •          Supports healthy mineral levels
  •          May promote healthy energy levels
  •          May support a healthy metabolism
  •          Seeks to support immune system health
  •          May support joint health and cartilage health
  •          Supports elimination and regularity

 

While many of the beneficial effects of bladderwrack are still being studied, it seems apparent that it may have potential benefits for your health beyond simply supporting healthy iodine levels.

If you are looking for a supplement to support thyroid health and promote normal thyroid hormone production, an iodine-rich bladderwrack supplement may make a difference for you. A healthy thyroid regulates your metabolism, weight, and more, so it’s important that you make sure you’re getting the iodine your body needs.

Bladderwrack also contains a number of trace minerals that are essential for overall health, including magnesium, calcium, potassium, and more. As the name suggests, trace minerals are present in very small amounts in the body, but they are critical to the body’s overall health and function. Some people choose to take a bladderwrack supplement in order to maintain normals levels of trace minerals.

However, some people have a sensitivity to iodine, so make sure you are aware of your iodine levels before you choose to take a bladderwrack supplement. It is also not advised to take bladderwrack if you have been diagnosed with hyperthyroidism. 

This supplement has been used in connection with the following health conditions:

1.Constipation

Alginic acid, one of the major constituents in bladderwrack, is a type of dietary fiber that may be used to relieve constipation.

2.Diarrhea

Alginic acid, a constituent in bladderwrack, is a type of dietary fiber and as a result may help relieve diarrhea.

3. Gastritis

Bladderwrack is high in mucilage, which may be advantageous for people with gastritis because its slippery nature soothes irritated mucus membranes of the digestive tract.

4.Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease

Bladderwrack is a soothing herb traditionally used to treat reflux and heartburn. More.

5.Hypothyroidism

Bladderwrack is a type of brown seaweed that contains iodine. Hypothyroidism due to insufficient iodine intake may improve with bladderwrack supplementation.

6.Indigestion, Heartburn, and Low Stomach Acidity

Bladderwrack is a demulcent herb, meaning it seems to work by decreasing inflammation and forming a barrier against irritants such as stomach acid. More.

7.Wound Healing

Alginic acid is one of the main constituents in bladderwrack. Calcium alginate has shown promise as an agent to speed wound healing.

Recommended Dosage:

2 to 4 capsules daily 

Don’t take this supplement if you are pregnant or breastfeeding. If you are taking a diabetic medication, talk to a doctor before taking this to make sure this is right for you, otherwise this supplement may allow your blood sugar to fall even lower than normal.

This information has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration.
This information is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

 

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