It is a brown seaweed with a greenish-brown stem, it contains a large amount of phycocolloid minerals (alginates and
phycocolloid minerals (alginates and fucoidan) and above all organic and inorganic iodine (bound to proteins).
organic and inorganic (protein-bound) iodine.
Bladderwrack has been shown to be the most useful source for the treatment of
hypothyroidism (underactive thyroid glands) and goitre. Through
regulation of thyroid function, there is an improvement in all associated symptoms, including obesity.
associated symptoms, including obesity. It is also used to relieve
rheumatism and rheumatoid arthritis, both by internal consumption and external
external application to inflamed joints. The constituents of
fucus vesiculosus, alginic acid and mucilage, swell on contact with water when taken orally.
water when taken orally, forming a kind of “seal” in the upper part of the stomach, and by this
stomach, and for this reason it is also used in various heartburn preparations.
preparations against heartburn. In addition, these constituents also have
laxative effects and a feeling of satiety. Other proposed uses of bladderwrack include
treatment of atherosclerosis and strengthening of the immune system, although there is no scientific evidence.
immune system, although there is no scientific evidence that it works for these purposes.
Presentation: 100 tablets of 500 mg
Dosage: Take 2-3 tablets three times a day.
Composition: 200 mg. Fucus Vesiculosus powder,45 mg.extract of Fucus
vesiculosus extract containing 0.05% iodine, dicalcium phosphate, cellulose and
microcrystalline magnesium stearate.