Kelp is one of the highest sources of minerals and vitamins. It is especially high in natural iodine plus all the cell salts that are so important to the proper function of the body and the thyroid. It is also known as bladderwrack.
Kelp should be good for everyone due to it's strengthening effect to the entire body. It is especially good for ailing and convalescent persons and during pregnancy. It supports the nervous system and is helpful for weight loss by raising the metabolism and burning excess calories.
The micronutrient values of Kelp greatly exceed those in soil based crops; more importantly, their trace minerals are in organic forms the body can readily absorb and use.
Kelp is known to contain many vitamins, chelated minerals and essential amino acids. chelated meaning - bound with a protein ion, or best explained as - in a form that can be absorbed easily and directly by the body.
Because of its natural iodine content, Kelp has a normalizing effect on the thyroid gland. In other words, thin people with thyroid trouble can gain weight by using Kelp, and obese people can lose weight.
Physicians have been known to recommend the use of Kelp for obesity, poor digestion, flatulence, and obstinate constipation.
It has been reported to be very beneficial to the sensory nerves, membranes surrounding the brain, spinal cord, and brain tissue. Other uses are for hair loss, goiter, ulcers, arteries, and nails. Kelp is said to protect us from the effects of radiation, and softens stools.
Kelp is beneficial for hair, skin and nails. It helps combat stress, eczema, glands and radiation poisoning. Kelp can also prevent birth defects, aid in pregnancy and strengthens the adrenal glands.
Acidosis: Kelp has proved helpful in reducing acid in the body. It also aids in maintaining a proper balance of minerals. Kelp is also recommended when pus accumulates in a particular part of the body due to infection and if an abscess forms.
Anorexia Nervosa: Kelp is a helpful recommendation for mineral replacement. Kelp is also helpful for Bulimia.
Arthritis: Kelp provides a rich source of minerals in the recovery process.
Asthma: provides minerals in balanced amounts and proven helpful.
Bedsores: provides minerals and is helpful in giving relief.
Boils: coupled with warm Epsom salt baths have proven very helpful.
Breast Cancer: provide a good mineral balance to feel better and look at everything in a different light.
Bulimia: supply the needs of iodine as a part of long-term treatment to improve self-esteem.
Cancer: Obesity is one of the factors linked to cancer, especially in women. Overweight women are more likely to develop cancer of the uterine lining than other women are plus they run the risk of having cancer of the gall bladder, cervical and breast cancer. Obesity in men may cause colon and rectal cancer. Kelp has produced very good results in checking the weight and provides a healthy balance of minerals with overall feelings of well-being.
Cardiovascular Disease: Prevention is the key to maintaining a healthy heart and keeping your weight is recommended, so that not being obese prevents heart attacks and high blood pressure. tablets with meals provide a rich source of important vitamins, minerals and trace elements and help in weight reduction.
Chlamydia: have helped in the post recovery phase by providing a rich source of minerals and keeping the urinary system functioning well.
Dandruff: supplies needed minerals, especially iodine, and is very important for better hair growth and healing of the scalp.
Depression: Kelp is a complete natural vitamin and mineral supplement and improves energy in conditions of underactive thyroid.
Dermatitis: helps in normalising the system and helps in replacing lost minerals.
Edema: helps in removing excessive fluid accumulations in the body.
Emphysema: helps in removing stale air trapped in the lungs.
Endometriosis: Kelp tablets, times daily has proven helpful in this female disorder by supplying needed minerals and aiding in hormone imbalance.
Environmental Toxicity: helps in providing Vitamin A, Vitamin B complex and the trace minerals in natural proportion.
Epilepsy: Nutritional supplementation is important for those who suffer from epilepsy and Kelp is helpful in providing necessary mineral balance.
Fibrocystic Disease of the Breast: Kelp is a rich source of iodine. The Medical College of Pennsylvania states that an iodine deficiency is a common reason for fibrocystic disease.
Food Poisoning: The natural detoxifier action of Kelp is curative and it also contains the needed minerals for the recovery process.
Fractures: are a rich source in calcium and minerals in a natural balance.
Frigidity: Vitamin deficiency can cause a deficiency in estrogens levels and result in improper lubrication. Kelp is a good source of important minerals and iodine.
Gangrene: Kelp supplies a rich source of chlorophyll and minerals and is good for circulation. It is also an effective blood cleanser.
Glandular System: The parathyroid glands are imbedded in the thyroid gland. The thyroid gland helps control the body’s rate of metabolism. The parathyroid glands help maintain the proper level of nutrients, such as calcium and phosphorus. The glands work with the other organs of the body to keep it in a state of health. When one gland is not functioning properly, it needs to be treated or all of the glands will eventually malfunction. Kelp is a very important source and is rich in minerals and the element iodine, which is necessary for thyroid function.
Gout: Kelp is an important supplement containing complete protein and vital minerals to reduce serum uric acid.
Growth Problems: Growth problems occur when the pituitary gland or the thyroid bland does not function, as it should. Kelp, containing natural iodine, corrects the iodine deficiency, which may be the cause of growth problems.
Hypothyroid: This is the underproduction of the thyroid hormone and is a very common condition. Symptoms include fatigue, loss of appetite, overweight, painful pre-menstrual periods, muscle weakness, dry and scaly skin, a yellow-orange coloration in the skin particularly on the palms, yellow bumps on the eyelids, hair loss including eyebrows, recurrent infections, constipation, depression, slow speech and drooping swollen eyes. Problems with the thyroid can be the cause of many recurring illnesses and fatigue. Kelp contains iodine, the basic substance of the thyroid hormone and is an essential supplement for this condition.
Hair Loss: Thyroid gland malfunction can be the cause of hair loss and Kelp supplies needed minerals for proper hair growth.
Hay Fever: in the recovery process are very helpful and provide a rich source of minerals.
High Blood Pressure: One of the factors that lead to the condition of high blood pressure is excess weight. Kelp is very helpful in normalising the weight and it can also help to detoxify the body.
Inflammation: Kelp contains a balance of essential minerals and chlorophyll which cleanses the blood and is restorative in reducing the inflammation.
Lead Poisoning: Lead is one of the most toxic metal contaminants. It is a cumulative poison that is retained in the central nervous system, bones, brain, glands and hair. Kelp contains essential minerals especially calcium and magnesium. It is also an indispensable supplement for removal of unwanted metal deposits.
Lupus: Mild cases of Lupus respond well to supplements that build up the immune system and Kelp supplies those commonly deficient.
Lyme Disease: Kelp helps in the treatment of the disorder by strengthening the immune system. It also contains essential vitamins and minerals and aids in detoxifying the body. As yet there is no specific antibiotic therapy for this disorder.
Mercury Toxicity: As with the other cases of toxic metal poisoning, Kelp serves a very significant function in removing the toxins from the body.
Obesity: Kelp provides balanced minerals and iodine and aids in weight loss.
Osteoporosis: A good source of easy to assimilate calcium is Kelp. Lack of calcium is the major cause of osteoporosis.
Pregnancy: During pregnancy it is important than ever to have a balanced diet high in nutrients and fibre. Take Kelp as directed on the label. Kelp is rich in necessary minerals.
PMS: Kelp to is a good source of needed minerals; helps protect thyroid function. Diet is an important contributing factor to Premenstrual Syndrome. Among suspected causes is deficiency in vitamins and/or minerals.
Prostate Cancer: Kelp for mineral balance will help you feel better.
Prostatitis: Kelp to supplies necessary minerals for improved prostate function.
Psoriasis: Kelp is an important supplier of balanced minerals and a good source of iodine.
Radiation sickness: Kelp is helpful as it contains necessary minerals especially iodine to protect against accumulation of Sr-90.
Rheumatic fever: because of Kelp’s essential nutrients.
Rosacea: Kelp to supplies balanced minerals needed for good skin tone.
Skin Cancer: For mineral balance, use Kelp in tablet forms to tablets.
Tumor: Kelp tablets promotes immune functions and supplies balanced minerals.
Vertigo: Take for necessary balanced minerals and vitamins.
Weakened Immune System: Kelp supplies a balance of minerals needed for immune system integrity.
Wrinkling of Skin: Kelp supplies balanced minerals needed for good skin tone.
Kelp is also known by the names Bladderwrack and Seawrack.
Kelp, commonly referred to as seaweed, grows along coastlines around the world. Botanically, this plant is classified as algae.
It is a rich source of natural vitamins and minerals, including essential trace minerals. Kelp is dependent upon the sea for its nourishment - an excellent source since the sea is the repository of all the minerals that have been washed from the land through the millennia. This plant can grow as much as two feet per day, and the entire plant has been used medicinally.
It's nickname, Bladderwrack, refers to the bladder like air pods (vesicles) that help keep this herb afloat on the ocean. When cows consume Kelp, they produce more milk and are less likely to suffer from mastitis. Kelp also makes a wonderful garden fertilizer.
The primary chemical constituents of Kelp include algin, carrageenan, iodine, potassium, bromine, mucopolysaccharides, mannitol, alginic acid, kainic acid, laminine, histamine, zeaxanthin, protein, and vitamins B-2 and C. Kelp is a nutritional source that is used to promote healthy glandular functions, focusing especially on the thyroid. Kelp is especially high in iodine, which must be present for proper glandular function.
By regulating the thyroid, Kelp helps stimulate and balance the metabolism. The large amounts of iodine found in Kelp are important in the treatment of an under-active thyroid. Consequently, Kelp may contribute to weight loss if the weight gain is directly related to thyroid disorders.
Containing algin, a fiber that absorbs toxins and nutrients from the digestive system, Kelp helps improve digestion, stimulate kidney function, increase circulation, and purify the blood. Kelp has also been known to treat inflamed joints and tissues caused by arthritis & rheumatism.
Furthermore, Kelp enhances the immune system and eliminates the negative effects that stress may have on the body. It can help absorb andremove drugs, chemicals, heavy metals, and radioactive strontium 90 from the body. It can also help to normalize overly low blood pressure.
Known topical uses for this herb include its use as a compress or oil for arthritic joints, as a bath herb for cellulite & weight loss and as a lotion for its skin-softening qualities.
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