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Clayton lags metro COVID-19 vax rate

Sea moss is all over the Internet as a purported immune system booster against COVID-19 or as a treatment to shorten the duration of COVID-19 symptoms. However, the companies selling sea moss as a COVID-19 cure supply no scientific studies to back their claims. They also don’t tell customers that aquatic plants can be contaminated with petrochemicals, heavy metals, radiation, or biological contaminants, or about studies that say much more work needs to be done to determine whether seaweed can be processed as a COVID-19 treatment.