Make Sea Moss Powder From Chrondus Crispus Seaweed – Dr. Sebi Methodology
Make Sea Moss Powder From Chrondus crispus Seaweed – Dr. Sebi Methodology
In the video above, I take you through grinding seamoss Chrondus crispus using the automatic continuous Hammer Mill pulverizing herb grinder. I found that it is much easier to grind sea moss with this grinder, as compared to a rotating bladed grinder. As soon as it goes in, and comes right out ground.
Chrondus crispus and it is a red seaweed, and is commonly known as Irish Moss. The Great Famine that occurred in Ireland between 1845-49 caused Irish people to look for an alternative food source.
The potato crops were decimated by late blight which destroyed the leaves and tubers of the potato plants. Chrondus crispus or Irish moss was known as a poverty food before the famine.
Its use became more popular as a result of the famine, because it served as a staple and helped keep people from starving.
Chrondus crispus Benefits
Sea moss also contains numerous nutrients that help support the health of the body. 100 grams or 1 1/4 cups of sea moss contains the following nutrients:
Iron 8.9 mg 49% DV
Magnesium 144 mg 36% DV
Manganese 0.4 mg 18% DV
Phosphorus 157 mg 16% DV
Zinc 1.9 mg 13% DV
Calcium 72.0 mg 7% DV
Copper 0.1 mg 7% DV
Folate 182 mcg 46% DV
Riboflavin 0.5 mg 27% DV
You can find out more about the nutrient details of Chrondus crispus based on the USDA food database by clicking the link.
Irish Moss Use
Irish Moss contains a mucilage polysaccharide compound called carrageenan. People use in to thicken soups, smoothies, and puddings, and use it as a riser in bread.
Not all sea moss is the same and you should know the difference: Buying Real Sea Moss – Irish Moss – Chrondus Crispus