The Sea Moss Harvest

For us, it all starts with sea moss, a lovely, nutrient-dense gift from the sea. This tutorial will cover all you need to know about sea moss. So, let’s get this party started!

What is Sea Moss?

Sea moss is a tiny, spiky sea vegetable that is mostly utilised as a supplement by humans due to its numerous health advantages. Although it is commonly referred to as sea moss, the scientific name for the sea moss we use at The Sea Moss Harvest is Eucheuma Cottonii.

It is found in the majority of the world’s tropical oceans since it flourishes in warmer water. It’s an edible sea plant, similar to seaweed, algae, and other green vegetables like kelp that humans consume. Sea moss is an algae that resembles seaweed in appearance.


  • Eucheuma Cottonii – Found in warmer water
  •  Gracilaria – Found in warmer water
  • Chondrus Chrispus (Irish moss) – Found in cold water

All three species are related and provide similar benefits; however, we have discovered that the darker the sea moss, the stronger the flavour. Chondrus Chrispus and the purple gracilaria variants have extraordinarily strong flavours, making it difficult for most individuals to eat and develop persistent health habits.

We chose Eucheuma Cottonii gold for our products because it consistently produces excellent tasting sea moss gel, making it easy to develop good habits.


Sea moss is well-known for its numerous health advantages because it is high in vitamins and minerals that our bodies require to function properly.

It is widely assumed that sea moss contains 92 of the 102 minerals required by the human body. Sea moss contains vitamins such as beta-carotene, vitamin B, vitamin C, and sulphur, as well as minerals such as magnesium, manganese, calcium, phosphorus, iodine, boron, iron, and zinc, among others.

Where to Buy Sea Moss? 

The Sea Moss Harvest is widely renowned to be the Premier Australasian supply and distributor of Wild Harvest Sea Moss. They have a range of Sea Moss Gel Flavours and prices unmatched in the industry. For further information, visit them at