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If you have additional questions, please contact us at hello@angelmossinc.com

Business & Retail

For bulk and/or business orders, we do offer wholesale pricing, which includes selling AnGel Moss in your establishment. For inquiries, please contact our business liaison: Angie@AngelMossInc.com

Aside from shipping on our official website, AnGel moss is currently available at:

Canada Black Owned Marketplace 

Online or at Bramalea City Centre 

25 Peel Centre Drive, Brampton

Sea Moss

Sea moss can be prepared in many ways, but it is most commonly used to create a gel which can be consumed or applied topically. In its gel form, sea moss can be consumed on its own or added to your favourite smoothies, protein shakes, teas and juices. Due to its versatile texture and minimal taste, sea moss gel can even be used as a salad dressing, dip for fruit, face mask, hair mask or as a vegan thickening agent when cooking soups and sauces.

Dry sea moss has a shelf life of approximately one year when stored in a cool, dry and dark space. Sea moss gel should be made or purchased in small batches, as it is best when used within three weeks. It must be kept sealed and refrigerated. Please also use care to avoid cross contamination.

Freezing your Sea moss gel can dramatically extended the shelf life from 3 weeks to 3 months. If you have a lot of sea moss gel and are worried about it going bad, we recommend scooping it into ice cube trays and freezing it.

Please note: Sea moss gel has been known to vary in spoilage and is not intended to be stored but rather to be consumed. Signs of spoilage include an odd pungent aroma or taste, slimy coating on top layer and/or mold. If you find mold or suspect spoilage please discontinue use and reach out immediately.  

Sea moss offers many benefits as it contains 90% of the minerals and vitamins that our bodies need for proper function. It can be consumed or applied topically which can help to:

Promote a healthy thyroid

Support a healthy heart

Support a healthy immune system

Promote good digestion

Assist with weight loss by boosting metabolism 

Deliver long-lasting energy

Support Bone Health

Improve Libido

Improve the health of hair, skin and nail 

Help to improve mental health​ 

Sea moss also contains anti-inflammatory properties making it a great post-workout for muscle and joint recovery!

Some of the minerals that sea moss contains are Zinc, Iodine, Iron, Calcium, Potassium, B Complex Vitamins, Sodium, Sulphur and Silicon.  It is a great source of dietary fiber, Vitamin K, Copper, Riboflavin, Folate, Magnesium, Phosphorus, Manganese, Protein, Beta Carotene, B Vitamins, Pectin, Taurine (an amino acid usually lacking in vegan and vegetarian diets) and Vitamin C. These are all essential nutrients that you need to support and maintain healthy bodily functions. 

All sea moss is full of beneficial minerals and nutrients, but certain colours contain Phytonutrients which offer additional benefits that are unique to them.

Gold sea moss is the most commonly used and is the only colour that is sun-dried. It offers all the benefits of sea moss that we've come to know and love. It has very minimal smell and taste compared to the other colours.

Purple sea moss contains powerful antioxidants called Anthocyanins, which are commonly found in blue and purple fruits or vegetables. Anthocyanins are linked to health benefits such as stronger bones, a healthier heart, lower inflammation and protection against certain types of cancers. Purple sea moss is more rare to find and dried in a dark room to avoid losing it's unique colour and benefits.

Green sea moss is high in Chlorophyll, which is what gives plants their natural green colour. Chlorophyll is an all natural body deodorizer and detoxifier. It is also great for healing the skin and reducing bacterial growth in wounds. Green sea moss is also more rare to find and dried in a dark room to avoid losing it's unique colour and benefits.

Full Spectrum is a mix of the gold, purple and green sea moss. Perfect for those who want a bit of everything!

Sea moss, itself, does not have a strong taste. If you're familiar with ocean food such as seaweed or certain seafood, we think you'll adapt just fine. We wash our sea moss thoroughly and soak it with key lime when preparing our sea moss gel, which helps to neutralize any of the ocean smell or taste.

AnGel Moss sea moss, a nutrient dense algae that holds 90% (92 of the 102) of the vitamins and minerals, is sourced from the pristine coasts and clear waters of Grenada to St. Lucia. Our premium sea moss is 100% natural and does not contain any additives or preservatives. It also has an abundance vital trace minerals and vitamins that help boost immunity, promote good health, and restore the body. 

An excellent source of iodine, this superfood boosts metabolism, increases energy level, improves libido, supports bone health, and delivers incredible healthiness and revitalization to skin, hair, and nails. 

Benefits:

  • Provides nearly all minerals needed for your body to thrive
  • Slow-release carbohydrates deliver long-lasting energy 
  • Excellent for post-workout muscle and joint recovery because of its anti-inflammatory properties
  • Supports bone health
  • Improves the health of hair, nails, and skin more effectively than collagen
  • Boosts metabolism 
  • Contains a rich source of iodine

Sea moss is an all natural, healthy and safe product for both adults and children, but as with all things, it should be consumed in moderation. We recommend consuming 1-2 tablespoons of sea moss gel per day. 

Please note: Before using any supplements or making dietary changes, it is always advisable to consult with your primary health care provider and/or nutritionist. Individual results may vary, dependent on your health condition, diet, and any other supplements or medications that you may be taking.

We sell Genus Gracilaria sea moss. While there are thousands of different species of sea moss, Genus Gracilaria is one of the most popular and is grown in warm, tropical oceans and has thick, stick-like branches. Irish moss, also known as Chondrus Crispus, grows in colder, northern oceans and has flat curly leaves. Both are part of the red algae family which makes them very similar in nutritional value.