Wholesale Dried Sea Moss FAQs

How do I use Dried Sea Moss?

Sea Moss has many benefits and can be prepared in many ways, but it is most commonly used to create a gel that can be consumed or applied topically. Easy-to-follow directions for how to make Sea Moss Gel at home can be found on our website here.

Don't want to make it yourself? Order our pre-made Sea Moss Gel

How much Sea Moss Gel can I make with 5lbs of Dried Sea Moss?

5lbs of Dried Sea Moss will make approximately forty 32oz jars of Sea Moss Gel. It is not necessary to prepare all of your Dried Sea Moss at once. A little goes a very long way. 

How long does Dried Sea Moss last?

Dried Sea Moss has a shelf life of approximately one year. It should be stored in a cool, dry, and dark space such as a cupboard or pantry. 

What is the difference between the colors?

Certain colors contain Phytonutrients that offer additional benefits which are unique to them. We recommend starting with the gold for first-time users as the purple/green are known to have additional nutrients and a slightly stronger smell/taste.
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Where is your Sea Moss from?

While there are many species of Sea Moss that grow in various parts of the world, ours is sourced from the pristine waters of the Caribbean Sea in St. Lucia.

Local divers hand-pick our Sea Moss and naturally harvest it in the ocean. It is then cleaned and sun-dried prior to packaging. There is no other human intervention or use of harsh chemicals and pesticides. The ocean waters are also monitored and routinely tested for Heavy Metals such as Lead, Mercury, E.Coli, and more!

The Sea Moss Guy Inc. is CFIA licensed. Our products are prepared and packaged in a commercial kitchen facility, where all staff are food handler certified to ensure you are receiving the best.



These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

Before using any supplements, it is always advisable to consult with your own healthcare provider and/or nutritionist.

Consult a health care provider if pregnant, breastfeeding, under the age of three, diagnosed with any pre-existing health conditions, and/or taking any other supplements/prescription medication.

Sea Moss should also be avoided by those with allergies to iodine or any trace minerals.