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Synonyms for bladderwrack

similar to and found with black rockweed

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a common rockweed used in preparing kelp and as manure

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Bladderwrack contains about 0.1% of a volatile oil, cellulose, mucilage, mannite, colouring and bitter principles, and bromine compounds of sodium and potassium with iodine varying according to location and season.
Like other seaweeds, bladderwrack has water-binding properties that support healthy skin hydration and nourishment Bladderwrack also has dozens of vitamins, minerals and amino acids cherished by shoppers of better-for-you health and beauty aids, according to the company.
Miles is also a fan of bladderwrack seaweed, a marine algae that is rich in nutrients to help moisturize, and Kinamarine Wakame, a patented marine algae that is clinically proven to protect skin against environmental pollutants, free radical damage and UVA radiation.
Formulas contain such natural detoxifiers as marine algae extracts Kimarine, wakame and bladderwrack; activated charcoal; green tea; and aloe leaf juice.
Bladderwrack is a seaweed with little inflated sacs which help it to float.
They even smelt marine, as corrupt and spermy as rotting bladderwrack or fish manure" (107-8).
Bladderwrack. In the clear water, the seaweed forests shine, they're young, you want to emigrate there, lie stretched out on your reflection and sink to a certain depth--the seaweed that holds itself up with air bubbles, the way we hold ourselves up with ideas.
They compiled a list of the most promising seaweeds, including a brown sea kelp known as "tangle" or "cuvie", bladderwrack, and bull kelp.
Pure Health Thyroid 5 supports a healthy thyroid gland and contains a unique blend of bladderwrack (a seaweed), kelp, selenium and L-tyrosine.
Normal seaweeds such as kelp, mayweed, bladderwrack and sea oak are all to blame.
IT'S A SHORE THING Posh & Britney fans of bladderwrack seaweed which helps boost metabolism and burns calories.
Key ingredients include spirulina, sea kelp, bladderwrack, sea fennel, atoligomer sea salf, natural plant oils (sunflower, safflower, hazel seed, grapeseed, and jojoba), vitamin E, and vitamin F.
Bladderwrack (Fucus vesiculosus and Ascophyllum nodosum) are the dominant algal species covering the intertidal and shallow subtidal areas (Centre Saint-Laurent 1996).