Irish Moss 1 Oz.
Irish moss is a tough and stringy red, yellow, or purple seaweed growing up to 6 inches (250 mm) high on rocks in tidal pools along the northern Atlantic. It is harvested to make carrageenan, a thickening agent for jellies, puddings, and soups, and is a traditional herbal remedy in Ireland.
Traditionally used as a tea or tincture, sometimes encapsulated. May be taken as a capsule for convenience.
Irish Moss (also known as Carrageen) is not a true moss, but rather the dried leaf-like structure of a northern seaweed, Chondrus crispus. It is widely believed to have the power to bring about Good Fortune in all sorts of Money Matters, both through Business Success and through Good Luck in Gambling. Some say that they like to sprinkle Irish Moss under the carpets in their place of business to attract and hold a stream of Steady Paying Customers, or in their pocket and in a green bad while gambling and buying lottery tickets.