KELP (Laminaria Saccharina)
This product is dried at a low temperature, below 35C, to retain all its useful properties.
- Rich in vitamins and minerals – A, B12, B6, B2, C, iron, calcium.
- Low-fat content
- Contributes to weight loss
- Helps fight diseases that cause valent radicals.
In addition, information from the Vitamin ABC page – Kelp contains iodine and also a small amount of zinc which acts as antiseptics in the thyroid gland. Cleanses the thyroid gland of various viruses, such as Epstein-Barr, a pathogen that we want to get out of there to heal, for example, Hashimoto’s (inflammation of the thyroid gland), Graves’ disease, or some other thyroid problem. Kelp also protects the thyroid gland from radiation, prevents thyroid cancer and other cancers. It helps recover from trauma and manage unpredictable behavior, i.e. emotional fluctuations. Excellent support for hypersensitive, easily shaken people: helps to “stay on the ground”. It is useful to add to the menu if there are nerve pains, memory problems, spasms, numbness, needlestick injuries in the limbs, death of the limbs, inflammation of the reproductive organs, cystitis, inflammation of the intestines, anger attacks, slow liver, migraines, dementia, epilepsy, anemia, leukemia, decreased immunity, etc.
Kelp contains vital mineral salts that are very pleasing to the liver and the health of the liver depends on them. Supports and heals the liver. The iodine contained in kelp is an antiseptic for the liver which inhibits unproductive bacteria, viruses, and other unwanted microorganisms that have found their way into the liver and can cause cell damage. Atlantic seaweed, which kelp actually is, also strengthens bile salts to make liver bile production more productive (compared to large bile production volumes, which unfortunately are not strong enough).