What is Bladderwrack? Bladderwrack is the type of algae/seaweed which you can use to make medicines which improve metabolism and thyroid function of the body. You may find bladderwrack around Isles of British, Baltic Sea and under the eastern coasts of North America. Bladderwrack has scientific name called Fucus vesiculosus. Bladderwrack is also known by
Bladderwrack and Sea Moss both are the types of seaweeds, they are used mainly for purposes. Bladderwrack is found on the North Sea coasts, whereas Sea Moss is found on the Atlantic coasts of Europe and North America. Both are basically seaweeds and used as a source of minerals and vitamins. Sea Moss is used
Wakame is a type of brown alga or seaweed that is grown by the sea-farmers of Japan since Nara period. It is most popularly served in miso soup. Wakame is considered to be one of the healthiest seaweeds in Japan and is favorite for people looking to increase the health of their skin and hair.
Kombu powder is made by drying kombu extract; these are harvested from the northern island cold ocean depth of Hokkaido. The seaweed is dried and ground into fine powder. Kombu powder is a natural seaweed powder used to impart extra flavor to soups, vegetables, dashi stock, stew vegetables and ect. This post will cover uses,
What is Hijiki? Hijiki is green to brown in color, which is found in wild, and hijiki is from brown seaweed/algae family. Hijiki is harvested by Fisherman and a professional diver with a sickle at the time of low tide of the spring tide of March to May. The seaweed is boiled and dried after