Bladderwrack (f.vesiculosus)

Bladderwrack (f.vesiculosus)

Bladderwrack (Latin: Fucus Vesiculosus) is a type of brown algae that grows in the North Atlantic and Pacific coasts of the United States and on the North Atlantic coast and Europe's Baltic coast.

How does it work ?

Bladderwrack, like many other marine plants, contains varying amounts of organically bound iodine, which is used to prevent or treat some thyroid disorders1. Bladderwrack products can contain varying amounts of iodine, making it an inconsistent source of iodine.

The climate-friendly crop has many good properties. Bladderwrack is used, among other things, to optimize the normal function of the thyroid gland and against iodine deficiency1. But the algae is also used to reduce digestive disorders, constipation, irregular bowel movements and general imbalance in the intestines2. At the same time, the brown algae has been shown to be effective if you want to increase your metabolism, have a longer feeling of satiety and increase energy metabolism in the body3.

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Our organic bladder wrack is hand-harvested, gently dried and powdered. The seaweed is distinguished by being naturally rich in iodine, antioxidants, amino acids, polysaccharides etc.

1Iodine contributes to a normal production of thyroid hormones and a normal thyroid function 2Fucus Vesiculosus (bladder wrack) supports digestion and contributes to regular bowel movements. 3 Fucus Vesiculosus (bladder wrack) contributes to a normal energy metabolism and normal metabolism in the body.

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