MossbyRah is a juice bar that features delicious products using sea moss. The company was well established prior to the pandemic but took off to unbelievable heights with its online presence. However, the juice bar is set to launch a new location summer 2022 in Santa Monica, California.
Sea Moss Flavors and Products
Many people have tried some form of sea moss. It’s usually made into some sort of manufactured treat or powder. Others have tired capsules to avoid the gel-like consistency or add it to a smoothie. “My process includes much more than that,” Rah shares.
“The seaweed I use is pulled and harvested from the crisp cool waters in Jamaica by my family.”
“I use my chef background and ability to intertwine the gel in delicious acai bowls, salad dressings, yogurts, popsicles, juices, teas, apple sauce the list goes on and on. I’m a creative,” Rah explains.
She says there are over 62 flavors of smoothies in her pallet for MossbyRah. She plans to release them seasonally. “Right now one of our top sellers is our Moss Lemonade, its freshly lemonade made with alkaline water and sweetened with agave but infused with sea moss; it’s the perfect sweet to tart ratio,” she adds.
The Advantages of Sea Moss
Sea moss is known also as Chondrus crispus—commonly called Irish moss or carrageen moss —is a species of red or gold algae which grows abundantly along the rocky parts of the Atlantic coast of Europe and North America.
“Studies show sea moss has a significant impact on the body’s ability to metabolize and burn fat,” Rah explains. “A large percentage of sea moss is made up of fiber which aids in digestion and increases good bacteria. The gel helps you feel full longer and contains prebiotics that makes you lean from the inside out.”
She continues, “Sea moss is also recommended for thyroid health because it’s rich in iodine. This mineral helps the thyroid regulate hormones and use them correctly. If you’re feeling fatigued or you’ve noticed weight gain, sea moss can help with both of those things by helping the thyroid.”
“As I mentioned above, there are prebiotics in sea moss that burn fat, but prebiotics are also healing to the gut microbiome. Studies have shown that sea moss includes a number of bioactive substances with prebiotic, anti-microbial, antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, and immunomodulatory activities. Taking care of our gut health is essential for boosting your immune system,” Rah says. “Other benefits of this powerful antioxidant-rich plant include neuroprotective effects, supporting muscle and energy recovery, and supporting fertility as well as boosting testosterone! “
“Before the pandemic, no one in America knew much about sea moss,” Rah describes. “I am Jamaican, so my family has always taken sea moss as a daily supplement to boost the immune system.”
“When I was young it was infused in a creamy vanilla-like drink, all my yardees know,” she explains in her native language. “When I started selling the gel, my customers told me they felt a boost of energy and felt better in the board rooms, some were even losing weight. Others even said they used the bathroom regularly and that their skin was clearing up. People have even used sea moss in their hair.”
Spreading Love and Healing
Rah has since gone back to school to become a holistic nutritionist after learning about the renowned healer, Dr. Sebi. “I realized that I could take this childhood remedy and infuse it into various products that are healthy and delicious,” Rah says. “I want to spread love and healing throughout the world using natural medicine.” Rah hopes that she will be recognized as a prolific healer. She feels it is her mission from God to spread the word about this powerful superfood.
MossbyRah’s new location will launch in Santa Monica, California. For more information, visit: http:/mossbyrah.com/
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