HORMONES IN SEAWEEDS

Date:2014-08-20

 

Melatonin
Melatonin is abundant in many seaweeds, up to 1000 times the amounts found in land plants such as Feverfew and St. John’s Wort. This may explain some of the calming effects of eating seaweeds. Night-time harvested seaweed has much more melatonin content than daytime-harvested seaweed of the same species. There may be some useful therapeutic opportunities using seaweed-sourced melatonin.

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