Pacific SeaMoss Label

Pacific SeaMoss Label

The full and most recent label for Pacific SeaMoss is below.  Some of the information is also provided with an insert in the product shipped to the customer. Pacific Seamoss has been approved by the FDA (Philippines) Registration Number FR-4000007863433.

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Pacific Seamoss Label as at November 2020
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Product Label for Pacific Sea Moss Tablets

DetailDescription and details
Capsule Size630 mg (0.63g) of dry Pacific Seamoss
Recommended daily consumptionRecommended minimum intake is 2.5 gm per day, i.e. 3 to 4 tablets (or the powder 1/2 teaspoon) . Suggested to eat 2 capsules with your morning meal, and 2 with your evening food. It may also be consumed as a single serving at any time. For the first week, take only 2 capsules per day to let your gut microbiome get used to the extra fiber.
If your weight is greater than 90kg, you may wish to increase consumption to 6 capsules or more.
The container contains 90 capsules - enough for 3 per day for 30 days
Batch numberBatch numbers of the capsules is on the bottom of the package
Best by dateWe recommend that the product is consumed within 3 months of the date of manufacture to ensure freshness of product although sealed it will last 2 years.
Use by dateThe use by date is 24 months from date of manufacture. The product will not degrade if kept sealed and dry.
Moisture ControlA small moisture packet is in the container. Do not consume this package. Pacific Sea Moss is hydrodroscopic - i.e. it adsorbs moisture. Keep the container firmly sealed at all times except getting capsules out of the container.
IngredientsPacific Seamoss Kappaphycus alvarezii. More details of Pacific Seamoss can be found on the FAQ - what is Pacific Seamoss (click here)
NB: The capsule is currently made with gelatin but will be changed to a vegan material.
The product is also available as a powder.
Interaction with high blood pressure medicationThe amount of the natural carrageenan polysaccharide in Pacific Seamoss is about 25%. The total amount of carrageenan in 2.5 gm of Pacific Seamoss is therefore very low. Carrageenan seems to reduce blood pressure (hypertension). Monitor your blood pressure, especially if you are taking hypertension medicines such as captopril (Capoten), enalapril (Vasotec), losartan (Cozaar), valsartan (Diovan), diltiazem (Cardizem), Amlodipine (Norvasc), hydrochlorothiazide (HydroDiuril), furosemide (Lasix), and many others. The potassium level is about 10% of RDI and a few medicines advise against excess potassium consumption.
Interactions with medicines by mouthThe carrageenan in Pacific Seamoss is a gel and may interact with oral drugs. Take the tablets at least one hour after any medication.
Interactions with Anticogaulant / Antiplatelet drugsCarrageenan "might" slow blood clotting. Avoid medications that also slow clotting as the combination might increase the chances of bruising and bleeding. Medications that slow blood clotting include aspirin, clopidogrel (Plavix), diclofenac (Voltaren, Cataflam, others), ibuprofen (Advil, Motrin, others), naproxen (Anaprox, Naprosyn, others), dalteparin (Fragmin), enoxaparin (Lovenox), heparin, warfarin (Coumadin), and others.
Seaweed contains approximately 11% of RDA (RDI) of Potassium.
Advise your doctor if you are taking other medications, even though Pacific SeaMoss is a food and generally regarded as safe.
Allergenic warningsDo not consume if you have a seafood allergy. While we take every precaution, seaweed is grown in the ocean and it may be there are tiny molluscs or shellfish that are not removed during the harvest and cleaning process. There are no specific details of allergies with Pacific Seamoss. It has about 25% sulfated carbohydrate (carrageenan) and there are some reported instances of feeling bloated. For information on FODMAP see this FAQ
NutrientsPacific Seamoss is full of nutrients. A typical analysis is contained in the following tables:
Click here for total Macro Nutrients of Pacific Seamoss
Click here for Amino Acid content of Pacific Sea Moss
Click here for Nutrients in Pacific Sea Moss We Can Get
Fiber analysisThe level of fiber is about 28% and 2.5 gm of tablets will constitute approximately 5% of daily requirements. The approximate amount will be equivalent to a couple of teaspoons of of a widely used commercial psyllium product.
Warnings and Advisory statementsWhile 2.5 grams of dry seaweed is equivalent to a plateful of fresh seaweed, increasing the daily consumption from 3 to 10 capsules will not be harmful. However with any change of diet there will be some effect on your digestive system and associated stools.
Do not change any of your medications if you consume Pacific Sea Moss
Pacific Seamoss is a food.
The author Michael Palin says "Eat food. Mostly plants. Not too much."
No Health ClaimsBiosea Health makes no health claims for our product. We will point out that multiple researchers in multiple countries have investigated and reported in peer reviewed publications potential health benefits of consumption of seaweed.
Country of OriginPhilippines. (See the FAQ for area of production.)
HalalThe product is in the process to be formally certified..
ISO22000The product is in a process to be formally certified for the food preparation and certification for HACCP and ISO22000.
Vegan / VegetarianPacific Seamoss is contained in a gel capsule. This gelatin capsule is made from beef. We are moving to source vegan capsules. Alternatively consume 2.5g of powder daily. The powder is salty and will taste of sea.
OrganicThe farm and the method is fully organic, and the farming process has passed all evaluations. The whole product will be re-submitted to OCCP for an annual organic certification in 2021
Non GMOBioSeaHealth has no exposure to any GMO. GMO methods are banned under UN ocean principals.,
Gluten FreeSeaweed does not have any gluten. The product is encapsulated in a production facility for food and dietary supplements.
Fresh equivalent2.5 gm of dry seaweed (at <2% moisture) is equivalent to a small desert bowl of seaweed.fresh equivalent of dry seaweed
Disposal of seaweed and containersDispose of the into your waste bin / system. As seaweed is hydroscopic, recyclable packets do not prevent moisture ingress.
Dispose of the moisture packet into the waste system
If you choose not to consume the Pacific Sea Moss can we suggest give to a friend for their use. Otherwise please dispose of in your compost, green waste recycling system. Do not dispose of the Pacific Sea Moss in waterways or in the ocean. It is a plant material, and as algae, may grow if provided the right environmental conditions.
StorageKeep in cool and dry conditions. Keep in temperatures under 30o degrees. Keep the lid on firmly after opening. Pacific Seamoss is highly hydroscopic.(I.e. will adsorb water from the air.)
Sustainable productionPacific Seamoss is grown under the principles of ASC-ASR for responsible sustainable farming. No treatments have been applied to the seaweed.
Pacific Sea Moss label is correct at the time of posting (Nov 2020). The information on the website is the most recent and should there be any discrepancy between the printed information on the packaging, then this takes precedence over the printed material. (version 4.0 Nov 2020)

Material Safety Data Sheet

The Material Safety Data Sheet is available for download here. (Material Safety Data Sheet Pacific SeaMoss v1.0)

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