Bladderwrack is a type of seaweed found on the coasts of the North Sea, the western Baltic Sea, and the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans. A common food in Japan, it is used as an additive and flavoring in various food products in Europe. Bladderwrack is commonly found as a component of kelp tablets or powders. It is sometimes loosely called kelp, but that term technically refers to a different seaweed.
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Background: Fucus vesiculosus is a brown seaweed that grows on the northern coasts of the Atlantic and Pacific oceans, and the North and Baltic seas. Its name is sometimes used for Ascophyllum nodosum, which is another brown seaweed that grows alongside Fucus vesiculosus. These species are often included in kelp preparations along with other types of seaweed.
The Vietnamese consume seaweed as food in various forms: raw as salad and vegetable, pickle with sauce or with vinegar, relish or sweetened jellies and also cooked for vegetable soup.
HOW MUCH TO TAKE?
Our Bladderwrack can be taken in the form of an infusion that can be prepared by pouring a cup of boiling water over two to three teaspoonfuls of the dried herb, and letting the herb steep in this water for ten minutes by leaving it closed with a lid. The resulting infusion can be drunk twice every day.
TRY A SEAWEED MINERAL BATH
by Louise Gaudet - www.bckelp.com
Bladderwrack (Fucus spp.) about 40 grams
Muslin pouch or cotton scarf
Place Bladderwrack Flakes in pouch or scarf, tie well closed with elastic or string (loose seaweed flakes may clog drain).
Throw pouch in hot bath water. Jump in .Gently squeeze pouch and rub algin (rich seaweed gel) all over body and face. Breath in fresh ocean breeze (not fishy at all). Relax!
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