Herbs – Living Minerals
Food based assimilable minerals & micronutrients
- Quickly replenishes depleted mineral reserves
- Good source of organic iodine, calcium and silica
- Strengthens bones, teeth, nails, hair and skin
- Supports healthy thyroid function
DIRECTIONS: Take 1-2 caps before sleep and see how the herbs work on your system. Increase dosage slowly as needed.
INGREDIENTS: 10:1 extracts of zizyphus, polygala, schizandra,
he shou wu, reishi, poria Coco. Powders of vitex nirgundi, moringa, skullcap, hops flower.
HERBAL FORMULA: 30200
0 CAPSULES, 400mg of herbs each
DIRECTIONS: Take 2-3 capsules twice a day or as needed.
INGREDIENTS: Moringa; 10:1 extracts of bamboo, comfrey, horsetail, oat straw, kelp, seaweed and shilajit.
HERBAL FORMULA: 20610
100% Pure Herbs | No Fillers | Vegan | No Chemical Additives
This formula is food based, which makes it very digestible and absorbable. Most mineral formulas are made of synthetic chemicals or inorganic substances which are unabsorbable by the intestines. The body has to release its own reserve of minerals to neutralize these synthetic substances, which the body considers to be toxic. So, instead of getting minerals when you take the synthetic variety, you lose them.
ADOPTING A HEALTHIER LIFESTYLE, REDUCING STRESS AND FIXING THE GI TRACT WILL GREATLY ENHANCE YOUR OVERALL HEALTH
Sea vegetables contain most of the minerals the body needs, including organic iodine which is greatly lacking from the modern diet. Horsetail and bamboo extracts have the highest concentration of organic silica, which is used by the body to make collagen and strong bones, teeth, nails and hair.
Shilajit is a wonder substance which oozes out of rocks at a very high elevation in the Himalayas. This mineral has the highest amount of Fulvic Acid and about 70 micronutrients, which makes Shilajit the most complete mineral substance on the planet. No wonder Yogis of the past used to consume this to maintain their vigor and youthfulness.
Mineral depletion is a common phenomenon today. This shows up as various stages of bone loss, weakness in nails, hair, teeth, skin and muscle tone in people of all ages. Malnourishment and stress are the two primary causes of mineral loss. Malnourishment is caused by lack of nutrients, as a result of poor quality food.
Also, too much of the wrong, depleting foods and drinks contribute to malnutrition. Make sure to eliminate the intake of white sugar, flour, rice, caffeine and alcohol.