Dietary supplement Kelp
 Kelp - food supplement to compensate for iodine deficiency.

Pharmacological action Kelpie

At the heart of the drug Kelp - an extract of brown seaweed (kelp - the name of the algae in English), which is a rich source of iodine, potassium, titanium, iron, lithium, magnesium, calcium.

Regular use of kelp provides normal thyroid gland, restores metabolism, improves mental performance, memory and immunity, condition of hair, teeth, skin, nervous system.

The brown algae contain alginic acid salt, which in its properties resembles pectin: binds and removes heavy metals, toxins, radionuclides.

There are positive reviews of kelp capable of preventing the emergence of malignant tumors, prolong life and rejuvenate. In addition, the polysaccharides contained in seaweed regulate cholesterol and fat metabolism, preventing thereby vascular sclerosis.

Kelp recommend giving children to prevent rickets, a general strengthening of the body.

Product form

Kelp release capsules.

Indications Kelpie

 Kelp tablets
 The drug is effective in preventing the development of hypothyroidism (a disease that occurs due to the dysfunction of the thyroid gland), in the treatment of metabolic disorders, chronic or acute poisoning by chemicals in the treatment, prevention of atherosclerosis.

The preparation includes the treatment of diseases gastrointestinal tract, liver, prescribed to patients who have a body was found a large amount of heavy metals.

Mode of application

Children after 12l, adults are encouraged to take during a meal on the 1st capsule daily. The treatment lasts one to three months.

Side effects Kelpie

In patients with congenital intolerance of iodine, the symptoms can appear similar to those that occur when an excess of iodine (yodizma): runny nose, swelling and swelling of the salivary glands, excessive salivation, lacrimation, skin lesions, cough.

There are reviews of kelp, causing more serious side effects: swelling of the bronchial tubes, larynx, which can cause suffocation, cause anaphylactic shock.


Do not take Kelp patients with nephritis, acne, pulmonary tuberculosis, intolerance of iodine during pregnancy.

Do not give Kelp children under 3 years. Those patients who are already undergoing treatment for disorders of the thyroid gland, and take drugs containing iodine should be consulted about the possibility of receiving kelp and possible treatment regimen.

Kelp, like other drugs of iodine is incompatible with essential oils, mercuric amidochloride, ihtiola, ammonia.