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Bladderwrack Benefits for Hair


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What is Bladderwrack?

Bladderwrack is an edible brown microalga species that is found all over the world at the coast of ocean. Bladderwrack is a natural source of minerals like Iodine, calcium,  It primarily has been used to treat thyroid and iodine deficiency. But recent studies show that bladderwrack with sea moss, Which is the species of red algae, can treat and grow hair, teeth, nails, and bones.

Bladderwrack and sea moss are used in the formation of feed, Pharma, cosmetic products, human nutrition and animal nutrition.

Nutritional overview of bladder-wrack and sea moss

Sea Moss is a natural source of minerals and dietary fibre, it contains 92 minerals out of 102 that our body is made of.  Sea Moss fights malnutrition and helps our body sustain its natural growth pace. At the same time Sea Moss boosts our immunity power. While bladderwrack discards  all the waste in our body quickly and efficiently. 

Hair Health Benefits of Eating bladderwrack with Sea Moss

  1. Enhances the shine of hair 
  2. Conditions the hair 
  3. Makes hair thicker and stronger 
  4. Grows hair quicker 
  5. Fortifies the hair fibers 
  6. Soothes the scalp 
  7. Strengthens the hair and so on. 

How to eat Bladder-wrack with Sea Moss

There are many ways that you can try, first one is you can buy whole bladderwrack and sea moss and clean them to make gel or powder. Second way to incorporate bladderwrack with sea moss is – you can buy ready-made capsules from a reliable source..

View Bladder-wrack & Sea Moss Capsules at amazon

Remember:

One thing to notice though is that these micro algae change their biochemical composition when exposed to different habitats and natural conditions like temperature, air, water and et cetera.

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By Amulya Shahi

After making & serving seaweed salads, sushi for several years in Japanese restaurants in India, and the UAE. I fell in love with the recent advancement in algae industry and biotechnology. You can follow @eat_algae on twitter.

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