Bladderwrack Seaweed

£0.04 per g/ £3.69 per 100g

Bladderwrack is rich in iodine and is often used in traditional medicine to help with thyroid issues. It can be made into a tea by infusing one teaspoon of bladderwrack in hot water for 10 minutes before drinking.

Bladderwrack is a type of seaweed that is brown in colour and comes from the Pacific and Atlantic oceans and also occasionally the North Sea, Baltic Sea and Meditarranean Sea. It is rich in iodine, in fact it is one of the highest iodine containing sea vegetables, and is often used in traditional medicine for issues such as thyroid dysfunctions.

Benefits of using bladderwrack 

  • Rich in iodine
  • A good source of calcium, magnesium and potassium
  • Contains essential B vitamins
  • The high amount of vitamins in bladderwrack could help improve hair and skin
  • Contains algin which could help with constipation

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Suggested Use

Infuse 1 teaspoon per cup of hot water up to 3 times per day. Steep for at least 10 minutes before drinking.

It can also been used as a seasoning in soups and stews.

Please note: it is recommended that we only consume a maximum of 3 cups of bladderwrack tea a day and no more than 150mcg iodine should be consumed from all sources in one day.


Packed on premises that handles milk, nuts (including peanuts), seeds (including sesame seeds & mustard seeds), cereals, soya & products containing gluten.

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