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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

  • What species of Sea Moss do you use?
    At Beyond Tectrix we use Chondrus Crispus, also known as Irish Moss, as our primary source of Sea Moss. It is also known as carrageen moss, or just carrageen and is the "Rolls Royce" of Sea moss.
  • What benefits does Sea Moss offer pregnant women?
    Sea moss is high in minerals, vitamins, and antioxidants, which can be beneficial for both the mother and baby during pregnancy. It is also known to have anti-inflammatory and immune-boosting properties.
  • Is Sea moss safe to consume?
    Yes, Sea moss is safe to consume when prepared properly. It is important to ensure that the Sea moss is harvested from a clean source and is thoroughly washed before it is consumed.
  • What are the health benefits of Sea moss?
    Sea moss is rich in essential minerals such as calcium, iron, magnesium, potassium, and zinc. It also contains vitamins A, B-complex, C, D, and E. It has antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties, as well as being a great source of dietary fiber.
  • How should Sea Moss be thawed?
    Sea Moss should be thawed slowly in the refrigerator overnight or can be thawed quickly in a bowl of cold water.
  • Where is your Sea Moss from?
    Our Irish Sea Moss is traditionally obtained from the CORAL ROCK in Montego Bay, Jamaica in an eco-friendly, sustainable way called wildcrafting by our trained divers in such a way as to maintain and protect the ocean's ecosystem of the Atlantic (Caribbean) Ocean. This method of harvesting means that the algae is taken directly from its natural habitat, by passing all human intervention. From there it is carefully and thoroughly cleaned and sun-dried by our beautiful Jamaican sun in a way that preserves its nutrients and natural flavor.
  • What is the recommended dosage?
    The recommended dosage is 1-2 tablespoons per day. Sea Moss is an all natural herb that can be consumed by both, adults and children. As with all things, it should be consumed in moderation. Please note: Before using any supplements, it is always advisable to consult with your own 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.
  • Where are you located?
    Beyond Tectrix is an e-commerce-based business. We offer local delivery within Palm Bay and surrounding areas and various shipping options throughout North America. We operate out of a commercial kitchen that is set-up for production proposes only and do not have a storefront at this. We however have an office in St. Petersburg that house the daily business operations.
  • How long does Sea Moss last?
    Dried 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. 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. If you suspect spoilage please discontinue use.
  • Where does Sea Moss get it's minerals from?
    The Sea Moss we use gets its minerals from the coral rock and ocean water in which it grows. The minerals are absorbed from the rock and water and stored in the plant, providing an excellent source of essential nutrients.
  • What is Sea Moss?
    Sea moss is a type of seaweed that grows in the wild off the coasts of the Caribbean and Atlantic Ocean. It is a nutritional powerhouse and is known for its high levels of minerals, vitamins, and other essential nutrients.
  • Can pregnant women take Sea Moss?
    Yes, pregnant women are generally able to take sea moss in moderation. However, it is important to speak to a healthcare provider before consuming any dietary supplement, including sea moss.
  • Can you freeze Sea Moss?
    Yes, Sea Moss can be frozen without losing its nutritional value. It is best to freeze Sea Moss in a freezer safe sealed container or vacuum sealed bag. For ease of convenience Sea moss gel can also be freeze in ice cube trays. Sea moss ice cubes are convenient and easy to add to your smoothies, soups or porridge. You can even rub them on your face in the mornings to help reduce puffiness, shrink pores and brighten your skin.
  • Are there different types of Sea Moss?
    Yes, there are different types of Sea Moss.
  • How do I use Sea moss?
    Sea moss can be taken as a powder, capsule, or gel. It can be added to smoothies, juices, soups, and other recipes. You can also steep it in hot water to make a tea.
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