The many benefits of these varieties include:
Rich in Iron, Zinc, B Vitamins, Magnesium
Aides in Bowel Regulation
Antiviral & Antimicrobial
Relieves Respiratory Conditions
Improve Emotional Health
Strengthen Joints and Bone
Improve Skin Health
The different colors (Phytonutrients) play a different role in the body e.g purple is high in antioxidants which combat free radicals in your body, gold/yellow is high in phytonutrients which play a role in cellular communication, and the green seamoss contains chlorophyll which aids in liver detoxification and also increase blood hemoglobin.
They all contain many of the same minerals and benefits, however everyone's body is different and consistent sea moss consumption may benefit/impact persons differently.
Sea Moss is a nutrient dense algae that holds 90% of minerals and vitamins that your body needs for proper function. It is firm in texture and ranges in color. While all Sea Moss carries the same beneficial qualities and can be used in the same ways, certain colors contain Phytonutrients which offer additional benefits that are unique to them.
Gold Sea Moss is the most commonly used and the only color that is sun-dried. It offers all the benefits of Sea Moss that we've come to know and love. But, it has very minimal smell and taste compared to the other colors.
Purple Sea Moss contains powerful antioxidants called Anthocyanins, which are commonly found in blue and purple fruits or vegetables. Anthocyanins are linked to health benefits such as stronger bones, a healthier heart, lower inflammation and protection against certain types of cancers. Purple Sea Moss is more rare to find and dried in a dark room to avoid losing it's unique color and benefits.
Green Sea Moss is high in Chlorophyll, which is widely known as the "life force" of plants and is what gives plants their natural green color. Chlorophyll is an all natural body deodorizer and detoxifier. It is also great for healing the skin and reducing bacterial growth in wounds. Green Sea Moss is more rare to find and dried in a dark room to avoid losing it's unique color and benefits.