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Sea Moss Tea

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Ingredients

1 litre Water
3 tablespoons Irish Moss Gel
Ginger
about 5 pitted Dates or Date sugar (optional)
Agave Nectar instead of Dates

Sea Moss Tea

Irish moss tea can be made easily and will energize the body plus help to remove mucus from the system.

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Ingredients

Directions

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Sea moss tea can be made using either:

Using gel will yield a white milky liquid which has a manageable taste while using bromide powder yields a brown murky liquid that has an ocean-like aroma.

For best results it is best to use a blender for this but a pot will also work.

If you’re using powder a blender is recommended because the powder forms into clumps that can be hard to mix, that said they will break down in your pot if you boil for long enough.


Steps

1
Done

Add Ginger

Cut up a few slices of ginger and put them in a pot

2
Done
10-15 minutes

Boil down

Boil down in 2-3 cups of water for 10-15 minutes and add in your sea moss and stir in well. Use 2-3 tablespoons of the gel or 1 teaspoon of the bromide powder. This is easier with the gel, as powder will take more time to dissolve.

3
Done

Add sweetener

Once it’s all mixed in you can optionally add agave nectar, date sugar or any other approved sweeteners mix well and serve.

Adonai

Born in New York to a Jamaican family, studied Tae Kwon Do at the age of 7, started cooking at 12. Following Dr. Sebi since 2014, I currently work in China as an ESL teacher, and yes, I speak Chinese.

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Unfortunately most honey on the market is acidic. The best sweeteners to use are blue agave or date syrup.

Aside from hybrid bees cheap syrups are often used as fillers and are very hard to detect.

Its best to use agave, or date syrup, as honey is often adulterated. Not to mention farmed bees are fed sugar water. It takes time but you get used to the taste, but if you’re always looking to sweeten it, you won’t. We must remember to use and appreciate all of our taste buds. Getting used to bitter and strange tasting things is part of the journey.

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