Sea Moss – Try The Caribbean’s Most Potent Sex Potion
Being that it’s the sexiest region in the world, the Caribbean is naturally rife with a wide range of love potions, aphrodisiacs, and natural *ahem* enhancers. Topping the list for many men across the region is a thick and milky creation called sea moss.
Like Bois Bande/Naked Boy that we’ve covered previously, sea moss (aka Irish Moss aka seamoss) is said to be “good for yuh back”. Think a-ten-hut! Or this very funny video and you’ll catch my drift.
More popularly, though, it’s known to add more than just a little extra potency to the main male ingredient required for baby-making. Guys, if you’re having a little trouble conceiving, a healthy helping will ensure that your boys will swim! A little too much and you may end up like me – father to twin boys!!
So, does it really work? Depends on who you ask, but there’s no debating the drink’s strong nutritional value.
Health benefits of Sea Moss
Sea Moss is a type of algae with a rich mix of vitamins and minerals. Most notably potassium, calcium, and magnesium. That makes it a favored elixir for treating everything from digestive tract disorders, promoting gut health, helping with ulcers and thyroid disorders, to soothing depression, anxiety, and even ADD—the sea moss benefits are many!
And thanks to that rich concentration of nutrients and vitamins, sea moss also promotes a healthy immune system that helps combat cold and flu.
Sea Moss sex benefits
As for the plant-based bedroom benefits, this is all thanks to the high zinc content. Zinc is known to have a strong impact on testosterone levels. More testosterone leads to stronger, uhh, swimmers—and more of them, too.
Combine that with all the vitality that comes from the other health benefits, and it’s easy to see why many West Indians consider sea moss heads and shoulders above any chemically processed supplements.
Ready to reap the benefits of this Caribbean cure-all? Time to mix up a batch and let us know how it works for you. This recipe is from UC reader and childhood St. Croix buddy, Andrew Brady, who of course is a proud papa in his own right…
How to Make Sea Moss Gel: Phase 1
Soak the dried Sea Moss in cold water for 15 minutes. Wash algae thoroughly, but do not soak it overnight. (The algae will lose much of its nutritional value, prebiotic effect, and potency if you do.)
Next, fill a pot with two quarts of fresh water. Add the clean Sea Moss and two cinnamon sticks.
Bring the pot to a boil. Once boiling, cover and simmer on low for 20-25 minutes. The algae will soften and the water will thicken. Remove from heat and discard cinnamon sticks.
Allow the solution to cool and place it in the refrigerator overnight, allowing it to gel.
- 1 cup dried Sea Moss
- 2 cinnamon sticks
How to Prepare Sea Moss Drink: Phase 2
Combine all ingredients in a blender and mix at low speed until pieces of algae are finely chopped. That’s it!
- 1 cup Sea Moss gel
- 2 cups of water (depending on thickness desired)
- 1/4 teaspoon vanilla extract
- 1/2 small can sweetened condensed milk (7 oz)
- Pinch of nutmeg for flavor
What Does Sea Moss Taste Like
Well, Sea Moss plain tastes pretty much like seaweed. That’s why we add vanilla, condensed milk, and nutmeg. To make it even more palatable, serve chilled, or over ice cubes. Also, for an additional flavor boost and to lubricate the effects, add a shot of rum.
According to Andrew, this recipe serves two… though there’s no telling how many it will produce!
For those of you who can’t find the raw Sea Moss ingredient at your local grocery store in North America, check health food and nutritional retailers, or click here to order it online.