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10 Great Sea Moss Drink Ideas and Recipes!

Sea moss drink with leafy green vegetables

Sea moss, also known as Chondrus crispus or Irish moss, is an incredible gift from nature. The Atlantic alga, naturally loaded with minerals and vitamins, is a wonderful superfood to add to your daily routine. 

When turned into gel or powder, sea moss has a light flavor that is almost unnoticeable with foods or drinks. In addition, it's a vegan and dairy-free product with low calories and numerous health benefits.

Whether you’re into sea moss for weight loss, diabetes, immunity-boosting, skin appearance, detox, or simply for overall health and wellness improvement, we highly encourage you to start taking your two tablespoons a day!

A tasty and healthy way to do so is to have sea moss drinks. Sea moss drinks are very simple to make. Because sea moss gel and powder dissolve in water very well, you can add them to any of your preferred beverages. It's easy to blend and won't spoil the taste of your drinks.

Learn how to incorporate sea moss into your drinks, smoothies, juices, lemonades, teas, and coffees, or make your own sea moss water.

Sea moss smoothies

Smoothies are probably the most popular sea moss drinks. They are healthy, nutritious beverages with great health benefits. They're usually made with a liquid base (fruit juice, milk, yogurt, or other) and fruits, vegetables, or cereals pureed together in a blender.

Besides being super tasty, smoothies are packed with fibers and vitamins, contribute to your five fruits and vegetables a day, and improve overall health. In addition, these drinks are an excellent base for consuming food supplements like sea moss.

Sea moss gel is the most convenient form for smoothies, although you can also use sea moss powder or raw sea moss if you like the taste of it.

Tropical sea moss smoothie drink recipe

Sea moss and mango tropical smoothie


  • ¾ cup flavorless Organics Nature’s sea moss gel
  • 2 cups frozen mango cubes
  • 1 cup frozen pineapple cubes
  • 1 cup coconut milk
  • Toasted coconut for garnish (optional)


  1. Add all the ingredients to a blender
  2. Blend until smooth
  3. Pour in a glass
  4. Add toasted coconut on top if desired
  5. Enjoy!

Related article: How to make sea moss smoothies + 10 great recipes!

Sea Moss Tea

Having a nice cup of tea is another excellent way to reap the health benefits of Irish moss. Like smoothies, you can easily add other nutritional ingredients like green tea, spices, ginger, and others.

There are two ways to make sea moss tea: with sea moss gel or dehydrated raw sea moss.

Tea with sea moss gel

Sea moss tea pot

Adding sea moss gel to your usual tea is the easiest way to make sea moss tea. All you need is water and sea moss gel! When put into hot tea, sea moss gel does not lose its natural properties. However, it should not boil. 


  • Water
  • Sea moss gel


  1. Bring water to a boil
  2. Pour into your favorite cup of tea
  3. Add 1 part of sea moss gel for every 4 parts of water
  4. Mix well until the gel is completely dissolved
  5. Enjoy!

While packed with healthy minerals and vitamins, basic sea moss gel tea does not have much of a taste. Be creative! Combine with your preferred tea bags, spices, and seasonings to synergize for even more health benefits.

How to make sea moss tea bags

It takes a bit more time and dedication but making sea moss tea bags with dehydrated alga multiplies the benefits of sea moss tea. You’ll be drinking water infused with tons of minerals and vitamins coming straight from the purest form of sea moss. 

Related article: The complete list of sea moss minerals and vitamins

The following sea moss tea bags recipe is inspired by Farmhouse Teas’ sea moss tea recipe: 


  • 1 part cut dried wildcrafted sea moss
  • 1 part burdock root
  • 1 part cut licorice root
  • 1 part cinnamon chips
  • ¼ part ginger
  • 1/16-part black pepper
  • 1/16-part of star anise seed


  1. In a bowl, mix all the ingredients evenly
  2. Put the mixture into small tea bags
  3. Bring water to a boil
  4. Pour boiling water into a cup of tea
  5. Add a sea moss tea bag
  6. Let infuse for about 10 minutes
  7. Enjoy!

Wildcrafted raw dry sea moss gold

Organics' Nature Sun Dried Wildcrafted Sea Moss

Sea Moss Juice & Lemonade Drinks

While smoothies can be quite filling, fresh juices or lemonades are better sea moss drinks if you’re thirsty rather than hungry. They’re also lower in calories than smoothies but provide the same health and wellness benefits.

Sea moss juices and lemonades are refreshing and extremely easy to make in no time to enjoy by the pool on a hot summer day!

Here are some inspirational recipes for you:

Sea moss juice recipe

Sea moss juice is the easiest of all sea moss drinks! All you need is your favorite fruit juice and 2 tbsp sea moss gel.

Remember that even if Chondrus crispus is a 100% natural ingredient, it's very potent and contains high levels of minerals. So while you can drink or eat sea moss every day, always stick to the recommended daily dosage (from 1 to 4 tbsp daily).



  1. Pour yourself a glass of your favorite fruit juice
  2. Add sea moss gel
  3. Stir until the gel is completely dissolved
  4. Add ice (optional)
  5. Enjoy!

Sea moss is a seaweed. When raw, it can have an intense taste. However, sea moss is mainly flavorless and won't spoil the taste of your drink. You can add it to any juice flavor like orange, pineapple, elderberry, apple, mango, etc.

Related article: How to make sea moss gummies?

Sea moss lemonade recipe

Sea moss lemonade drink recipe 

Sea moss lemonade is very popular, especially during the hot summer days! It’s refreshing, very low in calories, and loaded with minerals from sea moss and vitamin C from citrus fruits. The best tonic combo to boost immunity and energy levels!


  • 2 cups of lemonade (store-bought or freshly made)
  • 2 tbsp of flavorless sea moss gel
  • Ice (optional)


  1. Pour yourself a glass of lemonade
  2. Add sea moss gel
  3. Stir until the gel is completely dissolved
  4. Add ice (optional)
  5. Enjoy!

Related article: Zoom in on sea moss nutrition facts

Sea Moss Drinking Water 

Sea moss water is water that has been infused with sea moss. That’s it! There are no other ingredients to it. It may seem too basic to be good, but sea moss water is a fantastic drink for health.

When soaked in water, dry sea moss releases nutrients, minerals, and vitamins into the water, making it a nutrient and electrolyte-rich beverage. It's excellent to improve hydration and provide the body with essential minerals such as iodine, calcium, potassium, magnesium, and many more. 

This natural drink is often used as a natural home remedy for weight loss, diabetes, digestive issues, immunity, thyroid dysfunction, etc. Drinking sea moss water daily can also improve your skin, hair, and nails.

You can drink pure sea moss water alone. But if you don't like the taste of it, you can use it as a base for other drinks like smoothies or teas or mix it with fruit juices, for example. Some people even use it to water plants!

How to make sea moss water

Making sea moss water at home is very simple. All you need is pure organic wildcrafted sea moss and some water. We recommend using spring water to benefit from more minerals and avoid impurities.


  1. Thoroughly wash the dried organic sea moss under water first
  2. Soak it in water overnight (6-12 hours). The less water, the more concentrated your sea moss water will be. The longer it soaks, the more concentrated.
  3. In the morning, strain out the sea moss
  4. That’s it!
  5. Drink it or use it as a base for other sea moss drinks.

Sea Moss Hot Drinks

You can add sea moss to hot drinks like tea, coffee, hot chocolate, or even soup. The gel and powder don't deteriorate when added to warm beverages, but you should be careful not to boil them.

Can you put sea moss in coffee?

You can put sea moss in coffee. It’s a healthy way to enhance your morning coffee and give it some nutritional importance. Besides, coffee with sea moss tastes delicious!

You can use sea moss gel or sea moss powder to make coffee. Add two tablespoons of sea moss gel or 500mg to 3000mg of sea moss powder to your cup of coffee and stir until completely dissolved. The gel will slightly thicken your coffee, while the powder won't impact the texture.

You can also make coffee with sea moss water instead of regular water.

Related article: Should you take sea moss in the morning or evening?

Sea moss hot chocolate

Spicy hot chocolate with sea moss

Sea moss hot chocolate is the perfect winter drink to boost immunity, reinforce the body, and prevent cold and seasonal flu infections!

Check out our three favorite sea moss hot chocolate recipes here: a white hot chocolate, a milky hot chocolate, and a spicy Mexican one!

Sea moss is so easy to incorporate into foods and drinks that it offers infinite possibilities to enhance your cooking nutritionally. It’s the perfect opportunity to get super creative in the kitchen!

What’s your favorite sea moss drink?

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