Organic Kelp Granules

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Botanical Name: Dried Kelp: Ascophyllum nodosum; Laminara Kelp: Laminaria digitata

Common Names: Knotted Wrak, Egg Wrack

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Product Name   Size Origin SKU Price Qty
Organic Kelp Granules 1 lb Canada 209385-31
Organic Kelp Granules 4 oz Canada 209385-34
Organic Kelp Powder 1 lb Canada 209385-51
Organic Kelp Powder 4 oz Canada 209385-54
Organic Laminaria Kelp Granules 1 lb United States 210110-41

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Kelp, or seaweed, which naturally grows along shallow coastlines around the world, can be cultivated and used as an excellent source of iodine, iron, calcium and vitamins A, B1, B2, C, D and E. Organic kelp is also an excellent salt substitute.


Organic Kelp Powder:
INSTRUCTIONS: Daily serving size 1/8 teaspoon (500 milligrams). Do not exceed daily serving size. Do not use for more than 14 days without consulting a health practitioner.

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Great food value for all the animals

The Kelp Graduals are easy to use. I feed them to the horses,dogs,
cats when they decide to eat them and of course, We eat them ourselves. I buy them by the pound as we feed so many. The cows
get a helping now and then and eat them readily as do the chickens.
I feel they add great value to the animals feed as well as mine.

by Nancy on August 26, 2016

Product: Organic Kelp Granules

Fantastic product

My husband raves about the quality and the fineness of the powder of this product. He is so happy to have it for his condition. He says it makes a lot of difference.

by Mari on April 17, 2016

Product: Organic Kelp Granules


This product was perfect! I got a lot for the price, enough to share with family members and reading up on the benefits of kelp I am very excited to share this product with other people

by Danielle on January 28, 2016

Product: Organic Kelp Granules


This product was perfect! I got a lot for the price, enough to share with family members and reading up on the benefits of kelp I am very excited to share this product with other people

by Danielle on January 28, 2016

Product: Organic Kelp Granules

I will absolutly recomend it to someone

Great quality and the price is unbeatable

by I am very happy with this product on December 30, 2015

Product: Organic Kelp Powder

Fresh and very flavorful! Great quality.

Your kelp powder tasted fresh and very flavorful. Good strong seaweed aroma. High quality product.

by Seaweed lover on May 7, 2015

Product: Organic Kelp Powder

Not used it long enough to tell

I like the quality of the product - fresh and active, felt alive . . . and the ordering process was easy, prompt shipment and have been gradually feeding a metered amount to my two small dogs to prevent/dissolve tooth plaque. Their teeth do look better but it has only been a short while. Will let you know if it works even more.

by Linda on April 27, 2015

Product: Kelp



by soapy on April 10, 2015

Product: Kelp

highly satisfied

I like the quality of this product along with the price. Nice to be able to get that all in one package. I'd like to get it in larger quantity than just 1# packages.

by horsedancer on February 24, 2015

Product: Organic Kelp Granules

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Questions & Answers for Kelp

On average (and I know this will vary) how much iodine would be in a teaspoon or tablespoon?
Question by: kelpcurious on July 30, 2014
Using an average weight of 5 grams per tablespoon (this will vary a bit, but to give you a rough idea), one tablespoon of kelp will have approximately 3 to 5 milligrams of iodine on average.
Answer by: Starwest Staff on July 30, 2014
suggestions on how to ingest this kelp? and in what quantity?
Question by: TLS on August 14, 2014
How to ingest the Kelp, and in what quantity, is up to you and depends on your taste for the item as well as your reasons for consuming it. Common ways to consume Kelp are via capsule (if you do not care for the taste); sprinkled on your food; and mixed in a shake/juice with other items.
Answer by: Starwest Support on August 15, 2014
Which ocean is this kelp harvested from? Thank you.
Question by: Shreela on May 09, 2014
It is harvested in the North Atlantic Ocean off the cold, clean shores of Nova Scotia.
Answer by: Starwest Staff on May 09, 2014
Do you do anything to assure that there are no heavy metals or contaminates from the sea in your kelp powder?
Question by: theresa on April 23, 2014
We thoroughly test all of our products in a variety of ways in our in-house lab, including for heavy metals. However, almost all (if not all) natural products have some level of heavy metals, including Kelp. We have strict standards for what we allow, based on years of testing our products, and those standards are set on a per-product basis (ie: in addition to looking at it from the perspective of what a safe level is, we also view the amounts in relation to what is normal/acceptable for that particular item).
Answer by: Starwest Staff on April 23, 2014
How much iodine per serving and what is a serving?
Question by: Brandy on July 01, 2014
Kelp has about 700 ppm (Part Per Million) of Iodine on average, which translate to 0.07% Iodine, though it does vary quite a bit from lot to lot (typically within the range of 600-1100ppm, which would mean 0.06-0.11%).
Answer by: Starwest Staff on July 01, 2014

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