What is Canna-Sea?
Canna-Sea is a combination of our hemp CBD powder and a type of seaweed called Ascophyllum nodosum. We use completely natural processes to produce our hemp CBD powder, and we organically source our seaweed from the West Coast of Ireland. Therefore, our Canna-Sea capsules are 100% Irish, natural and packed with high-quality, premium ingredients!
Composition of Canna-Sea
Canna-Sea contains 450mg of Ascophyllum nodosum and 10mg of CBD per capsule. We recommend 3 capsules daily, resulting in a total Ascophyllum nodosum intake of 1,350mg and 30mg CBD.
What is Ascophyllum nodosum?
Ascophyllum nodosum is a popular, large, brown seaweed. It dominates sheltered rocky shores and is sometimes referred to as Rockweed. Ascophyllum nodosum is a type of seaweed called kelp (or egg whack).
Ascophyllum nodosum (Rockweed)
Origin of Ascophyllum nodosum
- Dates back to 3000 B.C.
- Around first century B.C., Greeks used it to feed cattle and other farm animals.
- In Europe and Britain, it is used as organic fertiliser to nourish soil and help plant growth.
- Japan is the largest consumer of Ascophyllum nodosum. Japanese use kelp in most meals. Noodles made from kelp are a staple of the Japanese diet.
Common Uses of Ascophyllum nodosum
- Species, harvest location and processing are all variables in the nutritional properties of seaweed.
- Ascophyllum nodosumis an edible seaweed and is used in a range of edible products.
- It is widely used as animal feed, natural fertiliser, and in washing & cleaning products.
- It can be eaten on its own or taken as a supplement.
- Contains natural antioxidants – useful to the food industry in retarding spoilage.
- Used in the cosmetics industry to improve the elasticity of human skin.
Composition of Ascophyllum nodosum
- Fucoidans are polysaccharides with a high sulphur content and are exclusively found in seaweeds. There are 11 types of fucoidans found in Ascophyllum nodosum.
- Phlorotannins are unique to seaweed and account for up to 18%.
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