Dr Sebi Recipe – Seamoss Gel (and More…)

Irish moss

Seamoss Gel:


1 cup Irish seamoss (wildcrafted, dried)
Spring water


  1. Rinse the Irish seamoss thoroughly to remove any sand or debris.
  2. Soak the cleaned seamoss in spring water for 4-6 hours.
  3. After soaking, rinse the seamoss again and place it in a blender.
  4. Add enough spring water to cover the seamoss and blend until it forms a smooth gel-like consistency.
  5. Transfer the seamoss gel to a glass jar and store it in the refrigerator. Use it as a nutrient-rich addition to smoothies, sauces, or desserts.

Purpose: Seamoss gel is rich in minerals, particularly iodine, potassium, and calcium. It is believed to support thyroid function, boost the immune system, promote digestive health, and provide essential nutrients for overall well-being.

Irish moss gel

Seamoss, also known as Irish moss or Chondrus crispus, is a type of red algae commonly found in the Atlantic Ocean. Here are some of the reasons why Dr. Sebi recommended seamoss:

  1. Rich in Minerals: Seamoss is a natural source of essential minerals, including iodine, potassium, calcium, magnesium, and iron. These minerals are important for various bodily functions, such as thyroid health, bone strength, muscle function, and overall cellular health.
  2. Thyroid Support: Dr. Sebi often emphasized the importance of maintaining a healthy thyroid gland. Iodine, found in abundance in seamoss, is a vital nutrient for proper thyroid function. It plays a crucial role in the production of thyroid hormones that regulate metabolism and energy levels.
  3. Digestive Health: Seamoss contains a significant amount of dietary fiber, which can aid in digestion and support gut health. Fiber helps promote regular bowel movements, prevent constipation, and support a healthy gut microbiome.
  4. Immune System Support: The minerals, and antioxidants present in seamoss can contribute to a strengthened immune system. A robust immune system is essential for maintaining health.
  5. Skin Health: Seamoss has been traditionally used for its potential benefits for the skin. The mucilage present in seamoss is believed to have emollient properties, helping to soothe and hydrate the skin. Some people use seamoss topically as a natural skin treatment.
  6. Alkaline Food: Dr. Sebi’s dietary approach focused on consuming alkaline foods to promote a balanced pH in the body. Seamoss is considered an alkaline food, which may help counteract the acidity caused by some modern diets.
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