What is kelp?

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Kelp is the name for large seaweed, which belong to the brown algae, especially to the order laminariales. There are about 30 different genera and it grows along the cooler coastal regions of the world, mainly in the North Pacific.

Origin and Use of Kelp

The alga is rich in minerals and trace elements. Above all, kelp has a high natural iodine content. This plant is a popular product in naturopathy. Here, the plant finds its use in people with a deficit of minerals, for nerves and sensory organs, spinal cord, brain tissue, thyroid function, arteries and fingernails. As a dietary supplement, kelp is usually available in tablet form. Furthermore, the plant contains u. a .:

  • alginic acid
  • calcium
  • copper
  • sodium
  • sulfur
  • Vitamins A, B1, B3, B5, B6, B9, B12, C and E
  • zinc

The plant grows in some regions up to 60 meters long and can grow daily up to 30 centimeters.

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