Bladderwrack, Organic Capsules
Bladderwrack, Organic Capsules
Bladderwrack, Organic Capsules

Bladderwrack, Organic Capsules

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Natural source of iodine*

Bladderwrack is a natural source of trace minerals including iodine, which is required for normal production of thyroid-stimulating hormones.*

Oregon's Wild Harvest Non-GMO, Organic Herbal Supplements


  • 90 Non-GMO bovine gelatin capsules
  • Certified Organic Bladderwrack frond responsibly harvested from clean Atlantic Ocean waters off the coast of Nova Scotia. Freshly milled and prepared with love for optimum potency.
  • FREE from dairy, wheat, gluten, peanuts, soy or corn allergens
  • Product verified Non-GMO by SGS, an independent, third-party lab
  • Manufactured with love by us in Redmond, Oregon USA

Organic Bladderwrack frond (Fucus vesiculosus), Non-GMO bovine gelatin capsules and nothing else.


As an herbal supplement, take one capsule daily or as directed by your health care professional.  Do not exceed recommended dose.

CAUTION: Keep out of reach of children. If taking medication consult with a healthcare professional before use. Do not take if pregnant or nursing. Discontinue use if unusual symptoms occur.


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Lectin blocker

I'm using the bladderwrack as electin blocker because I am allergic to okra... And I'm taking one a day and it's doing all right... It's definitely better than not taking it! I think I should probably be taking more than one but I don't know if I will be taking too much iodine if I do that? Is there such thing as too much iodine? Maybe I should just look that up.

regardless I have definitely recommended it to a lot of people to take as a substitute lectin blocker for people who cannot have okra because they are on a low inflammation diet. Okra is highly inflammatory so this is an amazing substitute!

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