Bladderwrack and Sea Moss Benefits

Bladderwrack and Sea Moss

Bladderwrack & Sea Moss Capsules Vs. Tinctures

Bladderwrack and Sea Moss Benefits: Capsules vs. Tinctures which one is right for you? I get many questions about these two different forms of using herbs on a daily basis, and the truth is every person is different. On a personal note, I enjoy both capsules, extracts or tinctures. However, my choice when using either of the two depends on the herb and how much I am looking to consume.

You see it is not only Bladderwrack and Sea Moss tinctures that can be used for your overall health, but any herb you choose to use when looking for an Extract or Tincture. Extracts and Tinctures  are much more stronger than capsules. This is due to the fact that they are highly concentrated in small doses. During the extraction process, all of the constituent properties of the herbs being used are pulled from the herb itself. This in turn makes the tincture extremely potent. At Growfit Nutrition this is why we like to call our tinctures “SUPREME” so that if you do make them at home or purchase from us you are aware that the tincture form is much more potent than a capsule form.

How To Use Bladderwrack and Sea Moss Tinctures

Tinctures are a great way to incorporate herbs into your regimen. Aside from using tinctures with water or administering it under the tongue, they are also a great alternative to use first thing in the morning with a nice glass of warm tea. On a personal note, I enjoy using extracts/tinctures because they are a convenient way to make sure you are able to take your herbs on the go.

Tinctures can be made with strong preservatives such as alcohol or not as strong preservatives such as Vegetable Glycerin. Many individuals opt for the glycerin options due to the fact they are not interested in consuming alcohol or administering it to their children.

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Bladderwrack and Sea Moss Capsules

Capsules are another excellent way to incorporate herbal supplements into your diet. The difference however is that when taking capsules they usually can take anywhere from 30 minutes to 2-3 hours before reaching the digestive tract and taking effect. Although they do not have a strong and immediate action such as the tinctures and extracts, they are still an excellent option to use daily.

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