Bladderwrack, formally referred to as Fucus Vesiculosus and commonly known as rockweed, black tan...
Bladderwrack, formally referred to as Fucus Vesiculosus and commonly known as rockweed, black tang, bladder fucus, and sea oak, is a perennial seaweed in the algae family. It's native to Europe and North America and grows up to 90 cm.
Parts Used: Plant
Certified Organic Country of Origin: Morocco
Uses and Benefits:
Joint Health and Support
Urinary System Health
Bladderwrack is a source of:
Bladderwrack was used as a source of iodine back in the 19th century, and traditional herbalists used it for its various health benefits such as supporting thyroid health and reducing inflammation in the joints. Bladderwrack contains valuable vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants.
Modern-day herbalists most commonly recommend Bladderwrack to treat an underactive thyroid, due to the herb's naturally occurring abundance of iodine and various L-fucose compounds. It contains a significant number of beneficial antioxidants and inflammation reducing properties.
Bladderwrack can withstand extreme weather conditions, including negative temperatures. It's even highly resistant to oil products entering the ocean.
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