Although not a traditional culinary sea veggie, bladderwrack is commonly used for tea, broth, seafood flavoring, tinctures, and extracts. Nutritionally, bladderwrack is high in ascorbic acid (Vitamin C), protein, vitamin A, iodine, bromine and phosphorus. It is also very high in magnesium. Herbalists and supplement makers use bladderwrack as weight loss aids and thyroid stimulation. Bladderwrack is also a source of fucoidan, a polysaccharide known to scavenge heavy metals and radioisotopes throughout the body.
|Manufacturer||Maine Coast Sea Vegetables|
|Specifications||Organic, Raw, Vegan|
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