We have added organic green tea to our Kelp Noodles, a sea vegetable in the form of an easy-to-eat noodle. Not only do you get a great noodle that's raw, gluten-free, rice-free, and full of trace minerals, you also get the added benefits of the powerful anti-oxidants found in green tea. Our Kelp Noodles are so easy to prepare and great-tasting, you'll be amazed with just how many ways you can prepare them. No cooking is required. Just rinse and add to any dish and they're ready to enjoy!
Water, sodium alginate, kelp, organic green tea.
I use one tbs per gal of guano/ewc/kelp/molasses and sometimes even that is too much for them. I dont even use teas very often I;ve actually found top dress to be much more effective, teas I only use to boost the colony after a few weeks growth. I agree. I think you have to also take into account how old your soil is. If you're reusing your soil, amending the soil after flower, and feeding weekly, your soil is gonna be pretty rich, and have some food in it at all times.
Hidaka from kelp granules powder Ito kelp tea 70 g 30 bag
thanks alot for this guys !! made this a few weeks ago and it definitely rocks. i also use the alfalfa / kelp tea and was wondering the same thing roger was. could this method be used with alfalfa meal as well to achieve the same thing ?? would be cool to have rehydrated alfalfa
Yao Xiu Naruto kelp tea 10 bags
Complementary medication is en vogue and an increasing number of patients consume herbal medicine without reporting their use to physicians. We report a case of iodine-induced hyperthyroidism due to the ingestion of a kelp-containing tea. A 39-year-old woman with multinodular goiter presented with typical signs of hyperthyroidism, which was confirmed by endocrine tests. She was not exposed to iodinated radiocontrast media and did not take medications containing iodine, such as amiodarone. However, a detailed medical history revealed that she had been treated for a period of 4 weeks by a Chinese alternative practitioner with a herbal tea containing kelp because of her enlarged thyroid. The consumption of the tea was discontinued and an antithyroid drug therapy was initiated. Physicians should advise patients with underlying thyroid disease to avoid all complementary or alternative medications containing iodine.Four months after the initial visit, the patient presented with typical signs of hyperthyroidism, including tachycardia (100 beats/min), palpitations, tremor, nervousness, insomnia, fatigue, increased sweating, diarrhea, secondary amenorrhoea, and weight loss. Laboratory analysis revealed increased levels of fT3 and fT4 as well as a suppressed TSH concentration, anti-thyroid antibodies remained negative (). Ultrasonography showed a multinodular goiter with a total volume of 67 mL. The patient did not report any exposure to medications containing iodine, such as iodinated radiocontrast agents or amiodarone. However, on further questioning, the patient reported that for the last 4 weeks she had been consuming a herbal tea, prescribed by a Chinese alternative practitioner to treat her enlarged thyroid. The prescription of the tea, which is shown in , revealed large amounts of kelp, Sargassum weed, and kombu.