Bladderwrack, is a variety of kelp or seaweed that is harvested along the North Atlantic coastline. In addition to a high degree of mucilage and cellulose, bladderwrack is a rich source of sodium, potassium and iodine. The dried kelp, although a bit salty-tasting, is sometimes used in teas and in other beverages. Powdered bladderwrack is added to foods as a natural source of iodine but with less sodium than table salt. Bladderwrack powder is also used as an organic fertilizer.*
Much of what bladderwrack does best is actually in the digestive tract. There are several conditions that it can treat. For example, if you’re suffering from constipation, bladderwrack can help to get your digestive system moving again and bring you relief. At the same time, bladderwrack is also used for people suffering from diarrhea. It actually helps restore normal function to the system so that it will work properly.*
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