Viridian Kelp 600mg

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Viridian’s Soil-Association certified, wild harvested Kelp (‘knotted wrack’ or ‘whistle wrack’) is sourced from the pristine Norwegian waters surrounding the famous Lofoten Islands. This high quality brown seaweed (genus – Phaeophyta) is harvested above the Arctic Circle, i.e. where the Midnight Sun offers unique light conditions during the short summer season - a host of complex compounds such as vitamins and carotenoids are synthesised - before harvesting at the most nutritious point in the growth cycle.

No dyes or other additives are used and nothing is taken away in the production process of the seaweed meal, which provides a 100% natural product in the true sense.

The harvesting is carried out by paddlewheel driven harvesters, and is cut (not dredged) above the seabed, and only the fresh kelp plants floating up to surface are picked up. This method is environmentally sustainable and ensures that only fresh seaweed free from contamination is used as raw material in theproduct.

Dosage range

1 to 3 capsules daily.
1 capsule provides 420ug of iodine.


Potential applications

Weight control / metabolic support, hypothyroidism, detoxification (particularly heavy metals), gastrointestinal

support (mucosal healing and gut flora maintenance), cardiovascular support, immune protection (anti-pathogenic), natural trace mineral source for healthy hair, skin and nails.


Known contraindications

Not recommended alongside conventional anti-coagulants. Individuals with hyperthyroidism or autoimmune thyroid disorders should consult their GP before using Kelp.

It is known that selenium is required for enzyme activation and the conversion of the thyroid hormone T4 to T3.


No adverse effects of iodine intakes of up to 2mg (2000ug) / day have been reported.


Pregnancy and Lactation
The safety of kelp during pregnancy and lactation is unknown at this time.


Useful links
Thyroid support – Coleus forskohlii, multi-phytonutrient complex (selenium, zinc, copper containing), ltyrosine


Note: Kelp capsules can be opened and sprinkled on food as a natural salt replacement.