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Seaweeds.arame

Seaweeds.arame

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Published by: dakota3256 on Jan 12, 2009
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05/10/2014

 
Seaweeds
Benefits:
Cooling in nature
Detoxifying
Removes radiation
Lymph cleanser 
Alkalizing
Builds in fluids
Activates liver stagnancy
Supports thyroid function
Lowers cholesterol and fat in the blood
Contains mucilaginous gels such as: agar, carrageean and algin, which specificallyrejuvenate the lungs and GI tract.Our blood contains all 100 or so minerals and trace elements that are in the ocean. Seaweedscontain these in the most assimilable form because their minerals and elements are integratedinto living plant materials. They contain the highest amount and broadest range of minerals of any organism. They also contain large amounts of chlorophyll.
Specific Healing Properties:
Bladderack 
affects thyroid
Brown Algae
is a super antioxidant. Great for fat loss, increase in muscle, decrease ininflammation
Hijiki
,
Arame
&
Wakame
have 10 times the calcium of milk and are more accessible
Dulse
is a remedy for the herpes virus
Arame
softens hard masses and benefits the thyroid
All members of the
Kelp
family are good for the hair and skin
Kombu
and
Kelp
increase yin, transform hot phlegm, increase the nutritional value of allfood that they are prepared with, are a fungicide, and are considered the mostmineralizing food. They are great when added to beans, where they soften them and balance the protein and oils for digestibility.
Wakame
purifies the mother’s blood after childbirth, is high in calcium, thiamine andniacin.
Easy Uses:
Sprinkle
Dulse
or 
Kelp
in soups
Use
Arame
and
Wakame
as a condiment. Toss in a salad or stir fry
Add a two-in piece of 
Kombu
when cooking beans and broths
Lightly toast and snack on
Nori
sheets
Warning:
1.Introduce seaweeds into your diet slowly to let the body activate the enzymes needed todigest the seaweeds.2.Find high quality or organic seaweed sources. They are the filters of the planet and will collect toxins and impurities in the ocean.

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