Dulse is a good source of minerals and vitamins compared with other vegetables, contains all trace elements needed by humans, and has a high protein content.
Researchers at Oregon State University's Hatfield Marine Science Center have selected a fast-growing strain of Pacific dulse (P. mollis). Originally intended as a superfood for abalone, they claim their strain of the seaweed tastes like bacon when fried.
Botanical Name: Palmaria Palmata
Stimulate cell devision. Activate the metabolism of each vegetable cell, increase crop's physical activity and also increase its immune system.
Promote the development of shoots and roots.
Increase crops resistance to environmental stresses.
Reduce disease symptoms on crops. And discourage insects&apos.
COA of Palmaria Palmata Extract
Loss on drying: 3.64%
Residue on Ignition: 3.12%
Mesh Side: 100% pass 80 mesh
Residual solvents: ≤0.05%
Ratio Extract: 4:1
Heavy metal: ≤20ppm
Residual Pesticide: Negative
Total Plate Count: ≤1000cfu/g
Yeast & Mold: ≤100cfu/g
E. Coli: Negative
1) In traditional European herbal medicine, dulse was used to remove parasites, to relieve constipation, and as a treatment for scurvy.
2) Dulse Extract is a superior source of phytochemicals the body needs to make thyroid hormones that affect weight and metabolic rate.
3) Dulse Extract is also affective as a gentle alternative to Psyllium or Senna for the treatment of constipation. It's very high in fiber.
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