First harvested centuries ago, dulse is known as red dulse or sea lettuce flakes. Nova Scotia Dulse:
Grows on the coasts of Nova Scotia
Has been used in culinary and wellness traditions for centuries
Support overall wellness**
What is Nova Scotia Dulse?
While varieties of dulse grow on the northern shores of the Atlantic and the Pacific Ocean, Palmaria palmate was first harvested by monks 1,400 years ago. It has a short stipe and its leaves vary in color from deep rose to a reddish-purple. The leaves are leathery in texture. It can be picked by hand when the tide is out from June to September.
Dulse has been used in culinary practices for centuries, known for being rich in nutrients and protein content. It is commonly used as a flavor enhancer but can be eaten directly off the rocks before sun-drying whereas sundried dulse can either be eaten as it is or ground into powder or flakes. In many culinary practices, it is referred to as dillisk and is eaten with butter or incorporated into recipes for soups, chowders, salads sandwiches and more!
Nova Scotia dulse is sourced from the coast of Nova Scotia and has been used as a supplement and in wellness practices due to its dense nutritional profile.
Nova Scotia Dulse Supplements
Nova Scotia dulse typically comes available in powder, capsule, or tablet form. Piping Rock Nova Scotia dulse supplements are available in quick-release capsules for optimal absorption.
Directions For Use
Always consult with your trusted healthcare provider prior to adding any supplement to your regimen. There is no set recommended daily allowance for Nova Scotia Dulse supplements. Refer to individual label directions for more information.