Knotweed crushed, Ascophyllum nodosum, organic kelp grnulate
Completely natural, carefully grown, residue-controlled, highest purity, laboratory tested and free of any additives.
Free of genetic engineering (GMO Free), vegan, optimal iodine, gluten and lactose free, no coloring, no preservatives.
Brown algae, especially when grown organically, are important as a highly bioavailable iodine-containing dietary supplement, the primary and secondary plant substances of which have a beneficial effect on the body.
If you want to master life with zest and vigor, get this boost of energy from the sea. Because kelp, brown algae, can do a great deal for your health: no other natural product contains as many minerals, trace elements, amino acids and vitamins as seaweed. Well over 80 different elements are detectable. The plant substance "algin" contained in the brown algae is able to bind 30% of its own weight to heavy metals, such as amalgam, and excrete them through the intestine. And the algae contain bioavailable iodine.
What does iodine do for your body?
It supports normal thyroid functions, the cognitive functions of the brain, does the skin good, contributes to the normal functioning of the nervous system and supports the body's energy metabolism.
Content: 100% kelp granulate (Ascophyllum Nodosum), seaweed, brown algae
Take 1 teaspoon daily with enough liquid 30 minutes before a meal, more if necessary.
Store cool, dry and dark.
Dietary supplements are not a substitute for a balanced and varied diet and healthy lifestyle. The recommended daily dose should not be exceeded. Keep out of reach of small children!
Recommended as a food supplement for horses and dogs, especially when changing fur.
Cures with seaweed help horses and dogs change their fur. Since this is the whole plant and not isolated vitamins, the nutrients are well absorbed by the organism. Kelp has a particularly high bioavailability, which recommends it for cures in late summer and at the transition to autumn when the winter fur starts to push the summer fur out. If kelp is already being fed at this point, the horse will have a much easier time changing the fur.
In spring, the fur change begins at the beginning of February, so feed kelp from mid-January, so that the fur becomes nice and silky and shiny, a pleasure to see and feel.
The cure ideally takes at least a month, ideally three months, until the new coat is completely there.
A customer says:
"I have a sick pony, which I have been feeding with seaweed since January 10th, with a steadily increasing amount. Significant is the relatively high daily amount since it got warm, and the hair is really going out After the dose of seaweed we noticed that the watery eyes improved a lot.
"My Spinone bitch was very susceptible to ear mites, which I treated twice with a solution of acetic acid clay at intervals of 2-3 months The ear mites went away because the milieu was no longer pleasant, but only after we started with the kelp I was able to dispel the recurring ear mite attacks
"My cats like to eat it. They get a small portion since two months among their food, their fur is more beautiful than ever.
"I myself too have already taken seaweed, it is very good for the organism, it is just not very tasty. That is probably the reason why this product is not yet widely known among people. Or maybe such a wonderful and relatively inexpensive means should not be known so that we do not get too healthy? "
All information is subject to the usual fluctuations for natural products.