Anyway, the nutritional content of sea moss could probably account for it being considered so good for you. Sea moss contains many vital minerals and vitamins. Dried sea moss has 45 calories per cup of which 12% comes from fat, 70% from carbohydrates and 18% from protein. Its high quantity of mucilage is highly recommended to treat digestive conditions, ulceration of the stomach and duodenum, and inflammation of the urinary system.
The sea moss drink Trinidadians enjoy therefore is very potent and energizing . Whether it is an aphrodisiac or not, is left up to the drinker to decide so try it out, mix up a batch and tell me what you think :^)
1 lb. sea moss
1 tin condensed milk
2 tsp. Angostura bitters
sugar to taste
1 pk ( 250ml) evaporated milk
1 stick of cinnamon
(the roots of the sea moss may have bits of debris from where it held onto)
Leave to cool. (Notice how it gets like gelatin when it cools)
Well, that’s it for this post. This is a delicious drink you must try…I believe I still have some in the fridge. I think I’m going to pour me a glass right now… Good bye until next time and cheers!