How to Tell if Sea Moss Gel is Bad?

Sea Moss Gel

When you prepare a batch of Sea moss Gel with dried Sea Moss, the shelf life of your gel will generally be between 2 and 3 weeks. It will decay with time because it is a natural product manufactured from organic matter (seaweed, a marine vegetable). You may keep your sea moss gel in the refrigerator once you’ve sealed it in an airtight container or mason jar, and it’ll be there for a month or so. You can also preserve it for 4 to 6 months in the freezer.