Irish Moss refers to a kind of sea weed found along the coast of Jamaica. The weed is dried and used in cosmetics, medicines and as a thickening agent for puddings, ice creams and some soups. Irish Moss is also used to make a very popular drink which is said to have aphrodisiac qualities.

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