Dulse Seaweed for Adrenal & Thyroid Support

Dulse Flakes

Dulse Seaweed is a powerful energy food. Rich levels of salt, iodine and purple pigments reboot thyroid and adrenals to peak activity.

Peak thyroid and adrenal function support rapid, full-on circulation, producing comfortably warm fingers, toes, nose and ears independent of weather.

Snacking on Dulse tends to balance mood swings and sugar levels, creating an ever-expanding sense of well-being. Dulse tends to reboot both pancreas and spleen function to peak activity, which in turn boosts immune system strength and speed of response.

Dulse is also a great drying and warming food, ideal for balancing all the cold and wet foods that are prevalant in a raw food diet.

1 lb Dulse

$36 + S/H



Dulse Seaweed Ingredients

Dulse seaweed leaves.

About the Ingredients
All ingredients are raw.

This dulse is very fresh, moist, and tender. Unlike most sea vegetables, whole leaf dulse is soft, easy to eat, and delicious (others can be tough, fibrous and hard to digest). Also, this dulse is low-temperature dried, sustainably harvested, and completely free of heavy metals and other contaminants.

Grown wild-crafted in the Bay of Fundy off the coast of Canada.

This is offered via Earth Circle Organics.

Recipes Using Dulse Seaweed

Dulse is fantastic with avocado and Mexican-style meals, or by the handful.

Dulse, Cacao Nibs, Goji Berries and Activated Nuts are all great portable food.

Dulse is naturally salty and can be added to soups or any place you would usually use salt.


Green Crackers

2 Cups

Golden Flax Seeds

2 Cups Sunflower Seeds (soaked and rinsed)  
2 Tbsp Sun Dried Tomatoes  
1/2 Tbsp Vitamineral Green mixed greens powder
$60 + S/H
1/2 Tbsp Blue-Green Algae
$30 + S/H
1/2 Cup Dulse Seaweed
$36 + S/H
1 tsp Sun Fire Salt
$20 + S/H
1/2 tsp Fiesta Mole
$50 + S/H
1 tsp Curry powder  
1/2 tsp Chipotle powder  
5 Cups Water  

Grind flax seeds on their own in a food processor or dry container of a high-powered blender until they are a rough flour consistency. Pour into a mixing bowl.

Blend all other ingredients in a high-powered blender with 1/2 of the water, adding the water as needed to allow the blender to create a smooth texture.

Mix flax seeds and green mixture and any remaining water. Spread thinly (for maximum crispiness) on teflex dehydrator sheets. Recipe makes enough to fill a large dehydrator (my Good4u 10 tray dehydrator) with thin and crispy crackers.

Dehydrate at 145 degrees for 20 minutes to evaporate the water off, then turn it down to 110 and dehydrate until your desired consistency (shorter = moister/breadier, longer = crunchy/crispy).

After it's been dehydrating for a while (about 10-12 hours), the top of the batter should look dry. To dry the bottom, take each teflex sheet with the batter attached, flip it over onto the mesh tray, then peel the teflex sheet off and leave the batter on the mesh tray so the wet side is facing up. If there's any residue on the teflex, scrape it off with a spoon and smooth it out onto the rest of the cracker. You can also watch the video of how this is done.

This is my new favorite cracker! It gives me all the greens I need while still tasting nice and salty/spicy/crunchy ... just like I like it. Try it to dip into Yemiah's Creamy Spinach Dip. Yumm ... Enjoy!


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