Side Effects of Taking Kelp Supplements?


Kelp supplements are often referred to as bladderwrack or black tang. These supplements are used for numerous purposes, including treatment for under active thyroid glands, and regulating abnormal menstrual cycles. Some of the common side effects of taking kelp supplements include skin lesions, decreased thyroid levels, stomach cramps, and excessive production of saliva. People who use these for a long time may also experience loose stools. These supplements can be purchased in most stores that sell health products and vitamins.
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Side Effects of Taking Kelp Supplements
Kelp is a type of brown or green seaweed. A popular health supplement, it is generally marketed to help with weight loss, low thyroid function, high blood pressure and arthritis. It contains a high concentration of folic acid and several other vitamins... More »
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