Period Pain

Period Pain (Dysmenorrhoea)

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Period pain affects over 2.1 billion world wide. The economic cost in Australia is $9.7 Billion, and in Japan $7 billion.

Biosea Health is currently undertaking pilot trials to understand the relationship between eating Pacific Seamoss and period pain 

That Trial is now closed to new participants. 

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We are especially wanting those who suffer from PCOS (polycystic ovarian syndrome) or endometriosis.

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Graves' disease and seaweed interaction

Graves Disease and Seaweed

One of the complications from the hyperthyroid disease called Graves’ disease is that a typical symptom is painful periods or dysmenorrhea. Seaweed may reduce painful periods, but the iodine in seaweed presents a problem. Seaweed may reduce overall impact of the autoimmune disease, but may introduce too much iodine.

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seaweed and fertility implications

Seaweed Improves Fertility

Some say seaweed improves fertility? Some are concerned that the estrogen receptors in seaweed may act against improved fertility? Should one consume seaweed if you are planning a family or pregnant? The short answer is there appears to be no reason not to eat seaweed as part of a balanced diet. Good food. Good health.

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seaweed helps perimenopause

Seaweed Helps Perimenopause

Perimenopause is those 2 to 6 years (or longer) as women transition from reproductive years to menopause. As the type of oestrogen changes, symptoms of hot flushes, night sweats can make this time uncomfortable. Does seaweed help? It helps general health. Some customers say it helps with mood swings and other symptoms.

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seaweed reduces period bleeding

Seaweed Reduces Period Bleeding

Talking about period bleeding has been banned by Facebook, yet periods and bleeding are experienced by 2.1 billion women globally. A pilot trial of 150 participants showed that seaweed reduced the level and the duration of bleeding. But will the media allow the information to be widely dissemininated?

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Pacific Seamoss seaweed helps relieve fibromyalgia symptoms

Seaweed and Fibromyalgia

Can seaweed assist fibromyalgia? Some customers who have fibromyalgia and other nervous systems have said seaweed has reduced the symptoms of fibromyalgia, but the affect has not been seen in the published information. But seaweed will make you feel better and more alive, and that will negate one of the symptoms of fibro.

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Seaweed: Good for humans. Good for animals.