Irish moss (Chondrus crispus) is a fan-like seaweed growing up to 6 inches (250 mm) high on rocks in tidal pools along the northern Atlantic. It is harvested to make carrageenan, a thickening agent for jellies, puddings, and soups, and is a traditional herbal remedy in Ireland.
Like its cousin sea moss (Eucheuma spinosum), you can find it in red, yellow, or purple colors. You can use it to make Irish moss gel and add it to dishes as a thickening agent.
Supports thyroid health
Natural source of iodine, iron & calcium
Calcium - 210 mg - 16% RDV
Iron - 12 mg - 67% RDV
Iodine - 3,360 mcg - 2,240% RDV
Magnesium - 75.6 mg - 18% RDV
Sodium - 462 mg - 20%
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