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Minerals, Chemical and Elements List

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posted on Mar, 17 2017 @ 08:32 AM

Minerals, Chemical and Elements List(incomplete)

We mostly find the minerals we need in the products we consume. Unfortunately depletion by intensive farming and the area of the soil would determine the levels found in our natural products. What you read in this document is a compilation of information found on the internet and cannot necessarily be confirmed as some conclusions were made without scientific proof, bias opinions and there are many opposing documents. Please talk to a knowledgeable person on balanced intakes before supplementing and do not kill yourself. The list was only made to understand more when I was busy with my Cancer Study”


Electrolytes are the minerals/chemicals that generate electricity in the body to contract muscles, move water and fluids within the body and also participate in many other activities. Some of the more critical electrolytes are sodium, potassium, chloride and magnesium working within the blood and at cell absorption.

Free Radicals

Cells need different compounds/substances to work and grow. The by-product (waste) that forms after the cell used these substances is called Free Radicals. Free Radicals (energetic movers) in turn help with the metabolism in cells. However certain or too many free radicals could cause damage to a cell membrane. Although the body should control the balance we can help by detoxifying the body from time to time. An anti-oxidation is to help the body get rid of the over population of the free radical type that forms in the cell when using oxygen.

Aluminium is the most widely distributed metal on the planet but as a very reactive element are never found as the free metal in nature. It is used in cookware, soda cans, aluminium foil etc. Unlike vitamins, minerals, and trace elements, the body does not need aluminium but it is still to be found in antacids, aspirin, vaccines, and even flour.
Aluminium sources - is flour, baking powder, colouring agents, air, water and soil.
Aluminium benefits - none that we know of.
Warning - All aluminium, but especially welding vapour, when inhaled, sends aluminium directly into the lungs in a “super absorption” status where it is released to the blood and distributed to the bones and brain. It directly attacks your central nervous system.

Arsenic is a poisonous natural element which behaves like a metal. It is present in the environment both naturally and due to human manipulation/interference where it can have many different forms.
Arsenic sources - is mostly through food, water and less in the air
Arsenic benefits - is a poison and known carcinogen, but it may also prove beneficial in the treatment of disease (cancer) although none is scientifically proven at this stage.
Warning - Just stay away from arsenic.

Barium is present as a trace element in both igneous and sedimentary rocks. Although it is not found free in nature, it occurs in a number of compounds, most commonly barium sulphate (barite) and, to a lesser extent, barium carbonate. Barium is generally present in food, water and air in particulate form as a result of industrial emissions, particularly from combustion of coal and diesel oil and waste incineration.
Barium sources - is cereal products and nuts like bran flakes, pecans and Brazil nuts
Barium benefits - is not considered to be an essential element for human nutrition.
Warning - high concentrations causes vasoconstriction and paralysis following stimulation of the central nervous system. Depending on the dose and solubility of the barium salt, death may occur in a few hours or days.

Bicarbonate of Soda (Sodium Bicarbonate)/Baking Soda:
Baking soda is a white crystalline powder (NaHCO 3 ) better known to chemists as sodium bicarbonate, bicarbonate of soda, sodium hydrogen carbonate, or sodium acid carbonate classified as an acid salt. It comes from soda ash obtained through “the Solvay process” or from trona ore. Baking soda tends to maintain a pH of 8.1
Bicarbonate sources - is found in most food shops.
Bicarbonate benefits - there are many but for the purpose of this document it mostly is to help with your body pH
Warning – never take any supplement without knowledge or speaking to your Doctor.

Bismuth is a heavy metal similar to lead and arsenic, but not nearly as toxic but not classified as essential for humans at this time. Bismuth and Lithium are associated trace elements.
Bismuth sources - is kelp, seaweed, chaga mushrooms, maca root, etc.
Bismuth benefits - is diarrhoea, gastrointestinal and digestive disorders, heartburn, infections of the eye and peptic ulcers.
Warning – Supplements of bismuth are not advised as excessive amounts can cause serious health issues.

Boron is an activating trace mineral that is vital for the normal growth and health of the body that is responsible for regulating the absorption and metabolism of calcium, magnesium, phosphorus etc, etc.
Boron sources - is fruits like apples, oranges, red grapes, pears, plums, kiwis, sultanas, dates and vegetables like avocado, soybeans, tomato, onion and nuts. There are too many sources and no reason to ever suffer from a deficiency.
Boron benefits - is arthritis, bone health, post-menopausal osteoporosis, cancer therapy, cell membrane function, blood clots, fungicide used to treat Candida, remove accumulated fluoride and heavy metals from the body etc, etc.
Under certain conditions Candida (fungi) cells called pseudohyphae develop that can form the invasive filaments called hyphae. Pseudohyphae and hyphae can be seen in the blood of individuals with cancer and autoimmune diseases.
Warning – too much Borax can lead to not being hungry, nausea, vomiting, lethargy, dermatitis and diarrhea. If you stop taking it for a day or so all of these symptoms will go away. The antidote for Boron toxicity is to consume extra B2.

Bromine is a naturally occurring element found in the earth’s crust and seawater in various chemical forms. It has a brownish-red colour with a bleach-like odour that dissolves in water. Except for killing multi-cellular parasites (nematode worms involved in lymphatic filariasis) and certain bacteria, such as the tuberculosis bacteria it is toxic and should be avoided.
Bromine sources - is kelp, seaweed, sea salt, algae and sumac
Bromine benefits - is anti-seizure properties, treatment of hyperthyroid conditions provided the correct amount is used, no side effects are experienced. It can have a beneficial or unfavourable effect on thyroid functions when regularly consumed.
Warning – Supplements of Bromine are not advised and excessive amounts can cause serious health issues. No specific antidote exists for bromine poisoning and better to scale down intake.

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posted on Mar, 17 2017 @ 08:33 AM
Cadmium is a silver-white metal found together with zinc in natural deposits and they are similar in structure and function in the human body and may displace zinc in some of its important enzymatic and organ functions. With zinc deficiency, more cadmium is stored. With aging, cadmium accumulates in the kidneys and may predispose to hypertension.
Cadmium sources - is refined flour, tobacco and cannabis smoke, sugar, coffee
Cadmium benefits – none is currently known.
Warning – Try to eliminate your cadmium intake.

Caesium is a silvery, soft alkali metal that is found in nature that helps to maintain a balance of electrical charges between the inside and the outside of cells. Caesium is highly reactive and combines readily with other elements, especially oxygen and other gases, and non-metals.
Caesium sources - is fruit legumes, milk, mineral water, nuts, oily fish, seeds, shellfish, and vegetables.
Caesium benefits - is its ability to pull oxygen towards it is causing high levels of oxygen at cell level if present and therefore a highly successful cancer treatment
Warning - radioactive Caesium is very dangerous to the human body but normal Caesium can be used and tests are currently underway. Because caesium reacts violently with water, it is treated as a hazardous material and is often kept under a layer of kerosene or mineral oil or in a vacuum to prevent it from reacting and igniting due to the moisture in the air.

It is the most essential mineral for building and keeping bones, gums and teeth healthy.
Calcium sources - is dried herbs such as basil, dill, marjoram, rosemary and thyme, cheese, sesame seeds, sardines, mackerel and pilchards, tofu, milk, almonds, mussels, oysters and prawns, etc.
Calcium benefits - is bone and dental health, colon cancer, heart muscles, kidney stones, alkaline pH level, blood pressure and transportation of nutrients
Warning - overdoing your intake is just as dangerous as a deficiency, so be careful as dangerous high levels of calcium can potentially form plague like deposits in your heart, blood vessels, eyes, and lungs.

Chlorine is a macro chemical element necessary for the manufacture of glandular hormone secretions. It prevents the building of excessive fat and auto-intoxication. Chlorine also regulates the blood’s alkaline and acid balance as it interacts with sodium and potassium.
Chlorine sources - is our tap water, most dairy products, leafy green vegetables, rice, olives, berries, tomatoes and sea salt.
Chlorine benefits - is essential for the proper distribution of carbon dioxide and the maintenance of osmotic pressure in the tissues/cell, liver function, gastric acid and healthy joints.
Warning - never take any supplement without knowledge or speaking to your Doctor. Chlorine and fluoride, both commonly found in municipal water supplies, also kill “friendly” bacteria. Many natural health experts recommend using filters for tap water – as well as natural, chlorine-free detergents – to reduce levels of this toxins.

Chromium is a trace mineral element necessary for the proper function of the pancreas which is necessary for the release of insulin, a hormone that regulates glucose metabolism in the cells that is responsible in the processing of carbohydrates, fats and proteins.
Chromium sources - is brewer's yeast, mussels, Brazil nuts, oyster, dates (dried), pears, tomatoes, broccoli, etc. Vitamin C enhances the absorption of chromium therefore foods rich in vitamin C should be consumed at the same time.
Chromium benefits - is blood sugar levels, HDL enzymes, infections, nerve health,
Warning - never take any supplement without knowledge or speaking to your Doctor.

Cobalt is a naturally occurring element with magnetic abilities found in several rock deposits worldwide and a trace mineral element that is a component of vitamin B12, a nutritional factor necessary for the production of DNA, choline and red blood cells.
Cobalt sources - is foods high in vitamin B-12 like clams, oysters and oily fish, broccoli, spinach and green leafy vegetables, organ meats, nuts, pro-nutro and whole grains.
Cobalt benefits - is nerve cells, formation of haemoglobin (red blood cells) and production of some co-enzymes, DNA synthesis.
Warning - we very rarely seem to need cobalt as a supplement but never take any supplement without knowledge or speaking to your Doctor.

Copper is a trace element/mineral that enables normal metabolic process in association with amino acids and vitamins carried by the blood plasma protein, Ceruloplasmin.
Copper sources - is found in most foods containing iron. Like clams and oysters, beef liver, lamb, sea salt, etc. It also can be absorbed through the skin wearing copper jewellery.
Copper benefits - is anti-inflammatory (arthritis), skeletal, nervous and cardiovascular systems, normal growth and health (organs and tissues), red blood cell concentration, hair and eyes, nerves and connective tissue that keeps the skin flexible, brain stimulant, metabolism (up to 50 enzymes reactions) including the absorption of iron. Decrease LDL enzymes (the so called bad cholesterol), thyroid gland, anti-oxidant (free radicals), immune system and energy.
Warning - never take any supplement without knowledge or speaking to your Doctor.

Fluorine is never found as a free element in nature but in combinations called fluorides of which some are very corrosive. Fluorine itself can be highly toxic. Apart from protecting teeth from cavities (calcium fluoride), there are no other health benefits of note to be found in fluoride.
Fluorine sources - is basically found in most products like seafood, dairy, grains, tea, fruit and vegetables and should not be supplemented.
Fluorine benefits - is believed to increase the density of the bones and prevent tooth decay if applied twice every day through toothpaste.
Warning - Excess amounts of fluorides lead to various health issues such as osteoporosis and kidney, bone, nerve, and muscle problems and not all of the available types of fluorides have been tested for safety before approval.

Germanium is a chemical element that can be found in trace amounts in some ores and carbon-based materials. Organic and inorganic germanium called germanium sesquioxide and germanium-132 (Ge-132) are sold as supplements making healing claims.
Germanium sources - is garlic, ginseng, aloe and comfrey.
Germanium benefits - is HIV, AIDS, cancer, and other conditions.
Warning - To high levels of germanium supplements can cause many serious side effects, including potentially life-threatening kidney damage.

posted on Mar, 17 2017 @ 08:34 AM
Gold is one of the 6 rare precious metals in the world. It’s non-toxic and exhibits no interactions with other drugs, and is easily tolerated by the body. Colloidal gold is a tasteless colloid made from minute gold particles mixed with water.
Gold sources - is a colloidal gold or skin contact by jewellery.
Gold benefits - is anti-inflammatory, rheumatoid arthritis, emotional and mental states, improvements in IQ while using it, biological functions (rejuvenate the glands), stimulates the nerves, and invigorates the sexual organs, increased longevity and including treatment of some cancers.
Warning - One of the most common side effects of gold therapy is an allergic reaction that may or may not occur after any period of time. And one not mentioned any place is Gold fever (sorry, had to put that in)

Iodine is an essential trace element that is vital for normal growth and development and mostly stored in the thyroid gland. This secretes thyroid hormones that control the base metabolic rate of the body that could not be synthesized.
Iodine sources - is marine plants and animals like shellfish, deep-water whitefish, brown seaweed (kelp), sardines, tuna, lobster, oyster, clams, cod, haddock, halibut, herring perch, salmon, sea bass, and shrimp. It’s also found in eggs, garlic, lima beans, swiss chard, summer squash, sesame seeds, soybeans, turnip greens and spinach
Iodine benefits - are thyroid glands (metabolism), energy levels, healthy nails, hair and teeth, reproductive organs, immune system (scavenger of free hydroxyl radicals), various diseases like heart disease and cancer (anti-carcinogenic properties), fibrosis, turgidity, and breast tenderness
Warning - Iodine overdose of more than 2,000 mg could be dangerous, especially in people suffering from kidney ailments or tuberculosis.

Iridium is one of the six platinum group elements and is one of rarest elements found on earth. They apparently perform essential tasks as superconductors in a sort of nutrient for consciousness. Plenty are still to be learned about this “supposed magical” product.
Meso-Iridium: (see at the bottom of the page about the combination and claims)
Iridium sources - is Meso-Iridium a clear light blue-silver coloured liquid and natural mineral supplement in the form of an iridium colloid mixtures consisting of nano particles.
Iridium benefits - is cellular metabolism, mental health (improve memory), regeneration of neurological tissues. Combinations with other elements seem to have mega healing properties. Does not interact or interfere with any medications nor require refrigeration after opening.
Warning - Allergic reactions to iridium are not unheard of, but uncommon. Apply a few drops to the back of the hand and wait 30 minutes to see if an allergic reaction occurs.

Iron is an essential metal with a protein component for metabolism forming hemoglobin and myoglobin that the human body need to produce red blood cells. Hemoglobin is the primary transporter of oxygen from the lungs to the body’s cells.
Iron sources - is liver, red meat (beef), eggs (especially egg yolks), oysters, beans, nuts, dried fruit, pro-nutro (fortified breakfast cereals), soybean flour, watercress, salmon and tuna, etc.
Iron benefits - is the oxygen carrier, muscle health, brain health and its functions like synthesis of neurotransmitters involving neurons, restless leg syndrome, regulating body temperature, anemia, chronic disorders, immune system and fatigue/energy and organ health.
Warning - Very high doses of iron can be fatal, particularly if taken by children. You should be able to get all the iron you need from your daily diet. Talk to your Doctor as some medications can interfere with your body’s ability to absorb iron.

Lithium is a mineral/element that affects the flow of sodium through nerve and muscle cells in the body.
Lithium sources - is milk, eggs, tomatoes, mushrooms, cucumbers, beef, paprika, poultry, etc.
Lithium benefits - is to treat the manic episodes of bipolar disorder. Symptoms include hyperactivity, rushed speech, poor judgment, reduced need for sleep, aggression, and anger.
Warning - talk to a doctor before supplementing Lithium. There are too many things to look out for like other health conditions, medications and/or side effects.

Magnesium is a very important electrolytic mineral which is responsible for delivering more that 300 substances through the body.
Magnesium sources - is Pro-nutro (fortified breakfast cereal), sardines, oats, rice bran, raisins, basil, coriander, dill and sage, hemp seeds, pumpkin and squash seeds, raw cocoa, flaxseeds, spinach, etc.
Magnesium benefits - is asthma, bone health (delivering calcium), healthy pregnancy, kidney stress and muscular tension, heart attack, constipation, regulate insulin (diabetes), stress and anxiety and help in reducing migraines.
Warning - Side effects of magnesium are very rare however people with kidney disease should avoid taking its supplements without talking to a doctor.

Manganese is an essential mineral naturally occurring in our bodies in very small amounts. Calcium, phosphorous, and manganese work closely together in the body. It is a powerful antioxidant that seeks out the free radicals in the human body and neutralizing them, therefore preventing many of the potential dangers they could cause. The body may contain, at most, 20 mg of manganese, which is concentrated in our kidneys, pancreas, liver and bones. It rarely causes side effects when taken orally.
Manganese sources - is cloves, oats, rice bran, spinach, pineapples, mussels, hazelnuts, pumpkin seeds, raspberries, garlic, watercress, whole wheat, cocoa beans, etc.
Manganese benefits - is bone metabolism, thyroid gland and sex hormones, blood sugar level (diabetes), metabolism of fats and carbohydrates, blood pressure, heart ailments, muscular contraction (Epilepsy), high cholesterol, poor eyesight, hearing trouble, memory, infertility in women and pancreatic damage.
Warning - Manganese should not exceed 10-20 milligrams due to the potential for nerve system damage. It can be toxic to people who regularly inhale manganese vapours, such as industrial workers in steel mills and mines.

posted on Mar, 17 2017 @ 08:34 AM
Molybdenum is a mineral/trace element that is necessary to nearly all of the earth's life forms. Deficiency is very rare in humans and is currently being studied for use as a treatment for a large number of medical conditions.
Molybdenum sources - is liver, beans, cheese, carrots, cucumber and dark green vegetables, eggs, oats, organ meats, rice (brown), tomatoes, whole grains, fennel and yoghurt.
Molybdenum benefits - plays a role in a number of important bio-chemical processes like breaking down substances and controlling heartbeat (cell function and metabolism), production of red blood cells, headache, mental health problems, night blindness, Wilson's disease, inflammatory diseases, some types of cancer and even coma.
Warning - there is no scientific evidence that taking supplements is helpful and too much molybdenum is known to have harmful effects. However molybdenum is still needed in small amounts for optimal health, and lack of it triggers certain health problems.

Nickel is a mineral/trace element considered essential to human health that interacts with cobalt, vitamin C, vitamin E, vitamin B12 and vitamin B15. Nickel is found in RNA and DNA where it interacts with these nucleic acids.
Nickel sources - is anchovies, hemp seeds, oysters, oats, hazelnuts and Legumes
Nickel benefits - is cirrhosis of the liver, hypoadrenalism, or to improve insulin production.
Warning - Nickel Toxicity is usually not a problem unless several grams are ingested from non-dietary sources, or unless there is a natural tendency to retain too much nickel, which could lead to asthma, angina and/or other cardiac symptoms as a result of nickel interference with Vitamin E activity. However, nickel is quite toxic in its gaseous form of nickel carbonyl, and it has the potential to cause cancer of the sinuses, throat and lungs when insoluble nickel compounds are inhaled for long periods of time.

Nitrogen is a mineral/element involve with synthesise of all amino acids, which make up proteins including those in DNA and RNA. It is the fourth most abundant element in the body after oxygen, carbon and hydrogen and essential for the human body.
Nitrogen sources - is oily fish and shellfish, broccoli, spinach, lettuce, beef and organ meats, venison and rabbit, nuts and whole grains.
Nitrogen benefits - is respiration, hair and nails, wounds, muscles, bone fractures, sprains and other injuries.
Warning - never take any supplement without knowledge or speaking to your Doctor.

Phosphorus: (Phosphates)
Phosphorus works with calcium to form calcium phosphate. It is essential for performing essential activities for different body parts.
Phosphorus sources - are meat, nuts, legumes and dairy products like milk, chocolates and yogurt. Other sources are sunflower seeds, rice, potatoes, broccoli and tuna.
Phosphorus benefits - healthy bone formation, brain function, improved digestion, kidneys, protein formation, hormonal balance, improved energy, cellular repair, optimized chemical reactions, and proper nutrient utilization.
Warning - It is recommended to speak with medical professionals to balance the diet with phosphorus content as kidneys help remove excess phosphorus from your blood, keeping your levels balanced and normal. Your phosphorus levels can get too high when your kidneys aren’t working correctly. This can cause your calcium levels to rise.

Platinum is the rarest and purest precious metal in the world.
Platinum sources - is hemp seeds, oily fish, venison and rabbit, eggs and whole grains
Platinum benefits - Platinum-based chemotherapy is used treat testicular, ovarian, colon and lung cancers. It also affects the DNA and RNA in cells and since cancer cells are more actively dividing than normal cells, the platinum destroys the DNA and destroys the cell as well as sexually-transmitted disease (STD) such as syphilis, bacterial, fungal or virus infections, muscle, glandular, brain or nerve malfunctions, insomnia, premenstrual tension, back pain, neuralgia, headaches and chronic fatigue.
Warning - never take any supplement without knowledge or speaking to your Doctor.

Potassium is an electrolyte that works in association with sodium. It is very important for absorption at cell level and maintaining a high level of well-being and an improved lifestyle. Hypokalaemia is the medical term for too little potassium in the blood
Potassium sources - are dried basil, chervil, coriander, dill, parsley, turmeric, paprika and chilli powder, bananas and coconut milk, citrus fruits, vegetables and grains. You can also, get an ample amount of potassium from salmon, chicken, milk, fresh fruit juices and nuts like almonds, lime beans, potatoes and poultry.
Potassium benefits - blood flow and pressure, brain function, boost oxygen, metabolism at cell, tissues and organs level, low blood sugar, muscle disorders as strength and cramps, bone health, anxiety and stress, heart and strokes, kidney disorders, water balance, electrical flow in body, and nervous system
Warning - People with kidney issues on dialysis that cannot properly process potassium can have dangerously high levels leading to heart disease, muscle paralysis, trouble breathing, tingling in the hands and feet, heart arrhythmia, and nausea.

Rhodium is the only known substance that can increase the thymus glands actions which has an incredible healing potential. It also acts as a superconductor of light which substantially increases the speed of transfer of information between the left and right brain hemispheres.
Rhodium sources - is almonds, carrots, flaxseed oil, grape seeds, green tea and watercress
Rhodium benefits - are helpful in controlling cancer and HIV/AIDS
Warning - never take any supplement without knowledge or speaking to your Doctor.

Rubidium is present in the earth's crust, seawater and in the human body which contains about 350 mg and play an essential role in the synthesis of enzymes like for instance glucose. It also enhances the production of many hormones and various other enzymes.
Rubidium sources - is apricots, asparagus, beetroot, dandelion leaves, parsley, spinach, sea salt (unrefined)
Rubidium benefits - is Rubidium that along with caesium and potassium, has been shown to be effective in preventing cancer, therefore plant foods must be grown in soils that are not depleted of rubidium.
Warning - never take any supplement without knowledge or speaking to your Doctor.

posted on Mar, 17 2017 @ 08:35 AM
Selenium is an organic chemical that is mainly acquired through various plant sources which it is necessary for certain cellular functions in people. Glutathione superoxidase is an important anti-cancer compound in the body that utilizes selenium for its activity.
Selenium sources - is cereals, nuts, mushrooms, meat, and seafood like tuna, crabs, lobsters and eggs.
Selenium benefits - Cancer prevention, heart health, DNA repair, antibodies and immune system health, anti-inflammatory qualities, thyroid health, antioxidant properties, anti-aging and heart health
Warning - Selenium toxicity is just as dangerous as a deficiency, so be careful not to overdo your intake.

Silica/Silicon: (it’s not the silicon you buy at the hardware)
Silicon is a vital trace mineral required by the body for strong and flexible joints, glowing skin and stronger bones. It is basically present in the human body in the form of either a derivative of silanate or silicic acid. It is also necessary in the diet as it increases the overall benefits of vitamin D, glucosomine and calcium.
Silicon sources - is apples, cereals, raw cabbage, peanuts, carrots, onions, cucumber, pumpkin, fish, unrefined grains, oats, almonds and oranges.
Silicon benefits - Prevents deformities in bones, thinning of hair, maintains skin appearance, protection against many diseases like tuberculosis and others which are related to mucous membranes in the respiratory tract, prevents Aluminium toxicity, prevents brittle nails, helps strengthen bones and skeletal health, prevents Atherosclerosis (hard plaque in the arteries) and various cardiovascular diseases, including heart attacks and strokes
Warning - Chronic haemodialysis patients are potentially at risk from the accumulation of silicon. The high silicon levels of these patients have been associated with nephropathy, neuropathy, chest disease, bone diseases and liver disease.

Silver is a stable element and remains in the environment. Because silver is an element, it does not break down, but it can change its form by combining with other substances. Bracelets on wrists and oral intake are the 2 most common ways for the body to absorb silver.
Silver sources - is Hemp seeds or Colloidal Silver
Silver benefits - is killing fungi, viruses and harmful bacteria. It can also soothe burns; repair skin and tissue damage and treat scars, rashes and acne.
Warning - Chronic exposure to silver are a permanent bluish-gray discoloration of the skin (argyria) or eyes (argyrosis). Overexposure to silver nitrate decreased blood pressure, diarrhea, stomach irritation and decreased respiration. Prolonged intake of low doses of silver salts is fatty degeneration of the liver and kidneys and changes in blood cells. Soluble silver compounds are also capable of accumulating in small amounts in the brain and in muscles. Silver however is not thought to be toxic to the immune, cardiovascular, nervous, or reproductive systems and kills parasites.

Sodium: (Sodium chloride/Salt contains 39% sodium)
Sodium is the primary ion and electrolyte within the body and essential in the extracellular fluid operation. One of the health benefits of sodium is the pivotal role it plays in enzyme operations, muscle contraction and regulation of cellular activity and nervous system function. It is very important for osmoregulation and fluid maintenance within the human body.
Supplemental doses of this nutrient are necessary when you sweat profusely, have sunstroke, or suffer from adrenal insufficiency. It is regularly excreted in the urine, and poses no inherent toxicity or risk.
It could have a negative effect on people with cancer and hypertension where it should be limited.
Sodium sources - is apples, salt, homemade soups, cabbage, egg yolks, pulses, and bananas. Even carrots, baking powder and baking soda, turnips, leafy vegetables and dried peas are good sources.
Sodium benefits - regulate fluid levels in the human body, sunstroke, brain function, muscle cramps, anti-aging, eliminates excess carbon dioxide, regulates glucose absorption, maintains acid base balance, regulation of fluids and the balance of Ions and maintains heart health
Warning - excess sodium elevates the chances of high blood pressure and lung infection.

Strontium is one of the most abundant elements on earth and in sea water.
Strontium sources - is cabbage, goat's milk, lettuce, kelp, onions, mineral water, octopus, oily fish, root vegetables, seaweed and shellfish
Strontium benefits - is osteoporosis and other bone-related and cartilage growth conditions. Reduce cavities in teeth and arthritis.
Warning - Radioactive strontium can however damage bone and marrow the red blood cell factory.

Sulphur is present in the human body as amino acids, methionine and cysteine, or in the double form of the latter known as cystine. It is critical to many of the body's biological processes. All living matter contains some sulphur.
Sulphur sources - is more abundant in foods near volcanic areas. Shellfish, haddock, most nuts, chicken livers, peaches and apricots (dried), beef, egg yolks, rabbit and many more
Sulphur benefits - have many in and external benefits. Like Alzheimer's, Parkinson's, arthritis, rheumatic, bronchitis, Candida, diarrhoea, acne, athlete’s foot, eczema, dermatitis, fungal nail infections, haemorrhoids, jock itch, nappy rash, psoriasis, ringworm, etc.
Warning - Those suffering with bowel disorders such as Crohn’s disease or ulcerative colitis should avoid sulphur-rich foods.

Tin have no known biological function but studies suggest it could have a function in the tertiary structure of proteins or other bio-substances.
Tin sources - is beef, eggs, liquorice root, milk, rabbit, red clover, shellfish, vegetables and whole grains
Tin benefits - is aches and pains and skin problems, increase energy and improve digestion, mood and general wellbeing in some people. It is also known to be a remedy for certain species of intestinal parasites
Warning - Tin may interact with iron and copper, particularly in the gut, and so inhibit absorption of this element.

Vanadium is a trace mineral found in many foods that is involved in normal bone growth and believed to taxi nutrients, like amino acids and blood sugar, into muscle cells.
Vanadium sources - is dill, parsley, shellfish, wine, black pepper, kelp, mushrooms
Vanadium benefits - enhance calcium metabolism and bone growth, diabetes type 2, lowering LDL enzymes (the so called bad cholesterol), heart disease, red blood cell production and cancer.
Warning - never take any supplement without knowledge or speaking to your Doctor.

posted on Mar, 17 2017 @ 08:35 AM
Zeolite is negatively charged, similar in chemical composition to a group of silicate minerals. It contains magnetic energy that attracts and holds several types of toxins at a molecular level which when taken orally, pull metals like aluminium, arsenic, cadmium, lead and mercury from the body tissues safely through the urinary tract, without depleting the body of essential electrolytes
Zeolite sources - is crystalline structures formed from the fusion of volcanic lava and ocean water and available in powdered or liquid form
Zeolite benefits - is healthy brain, immune and liver function and supports the elimination of pesticides, herbicides and xeno-oestrogens. Also helpful in prevention and treatment of Alzheimer's, multiple sclerosis, Parkinson's disease and toxic related inflammatory diseases
Warning - never take any supplement without knowledge or speaking to your Doctor.

A normal person contains two to three grams of Zinc at any given time and more than 300 different enzymes require zinc to function normally in the body. Zinc is involved in numerous aspects of cellular metabolism
It is required for the catalytic activity of enzymes, immune function, protein synthesis, wound healing, DNA synthesis and cell division
Zinc food sources - is meat, and other products like oysters, turnips, peas, oats, peanuts, almonds, whole wheat grain, pumpkin seeds, ginger root and pecan nuts.
Zinc benefits - Skin care, eczema, acne, prostate disorder, cognitive function, sense of smell and taste, colds, weight loss, pregnancy, reproduction, biological functions, infection, antioxidant, enzyme regulation, cancer, people with gastrointestinal and other diseases
Gastrointestinal surgery and digestive disorders (such as ulcerative colitis, Crohn’s disease, and short bowel syndrome) can decrease zinc absorption and increase endogenous zinc losses primarily from the gastrointestinal tract and, to a lesser extent, from the kidney. Other diseases associated with zinc deficiency include mal-absorption syndrome, chronic liver disease, chronic renal disease, sickle cell disease, diabetes, malignancy, and other chronic illnesses. Chronic diarrhea also leads to excessive loss of zinc.
Zink’s interaction with Iron and Copper.
Iron-deficiency (anemia) is a serious world-wide public health problem. Fortification of foods with iron does not significantly affect zinc absorption. However, large amounts of supplemental iron (greater than 25 mg) might decrease zinc absorption. Taking iron supplements between meals helps decrease its effect on zinc absorption.
High zinc intakes can inhibit copper absorption, sometimes producing copper deficiency and associated anemia. For this reason, dietary supplement formulations containing high levels of zinc, sometimes contain copper.
Warning - Do not exceed 100 mg of zinc per day from all sources.

Meso-Iridium combinations: (claims)

Meso-Iridium is. C or M mixtures which are in all of the 11 c/m-state materials generally recovered from sea water. One M-3 mixture is 70% rhodium, 15% iridium and 15% gold.
About fifteen or twenty people have recovered from AIDS as a result of treatment with the C-11. More advanced cases of AIDS should use an M-3 combination.
Alzheimer's disease
Twenty four people with Alzheimer's disease in a rest home were given M-3 at the rate of 2 ounces per person over a period of 30 days. They were all released as normal at the end of the thirty day period. Alzheimer's seems to be the depletion of m-state materials from the body.
Bipolar disorder
About 100 people with varying severities of bipolar disorder have responded well to the m-state materials. In the less severe cases the C-11 is adequate; in more severe cases it is best to alternate the C-11 with M-3. Start with the C-11; go to the M-3 then back to the C-11. Essential oil therapy and aromatherapy are useful adjuncts to the m-state elements with bipolar disorders.
Thirty eight of forty people with cancer treated with these materials have made complete recoveries. Both of the people who died quit the m-state to use conventional cancer treatments. The cancer dosage is two to six ounces of the wet M-3 material over a period of two to six weeks depending on the severity of the cancer. This is taken as a teaspoon of the liquid precipitate in the morning, and a teaspoon at night (before bedtime). Most recently a two ounce bottle of M-3 consumed over a month's time has brought about complete remission for four women with breast cancer, two people with other tumors and four people with lupus. Types of cancer which have been successfully treated include lymphatic cancer, breast cancer, bone cancer, leukemia, brain tumors, prostate cancer, lung cancer, ovarian cancer, thyroid cancer and uterine cancer.
Diabetes responds to C-11, vanadium-chrome (because that's the building block to repair the pancreas) and B-6. About 250 people with diabetes have been treated 100% successfully.
Five people have completely recovered from emphysema using the C-11. People on the C-11 often never get sick again. "It raises their immune system by waking it up."
Heart disease
Six people have recovered from various heart diseases using the m-state materials. The more severe heart problems respond better to the M-3. High blood pressure and less severe heart problems respond well to the C-11.
Several people have made complete recoveries from lupus
Multiple sclerosis
Six people have made complete recoveries from multiple sclerosis.
Muscular dystrophy
Three people have made complete recoveries from muscular dystrophy. The M-3 is recommended in this situation.
M-state completely reverses osteoporosis. M-state massage oil is used to stimulate this process in conjunction with progesterone. Un-heated calcium works better than calcium that has been heated.

Hepatitis C, liver disease, kidney problems and Lou Gehrig's disease have also been treated successfully.

posted on Mar, 17 2017 @ 09:08 AM
It's nice having this all in one place. I take a multi-mineral tablet every day. If you pee a lot, you pee out minerals and can become deficient. Coffee and alcohol can cause deficiencies as can diuretics.

Molybdenum helps to detox things, a little in your vitamin or mineral pill is beneficial. Wheat germ is also loaded with minerals but the germ needs to be processed correctly, I put a tablespoon into my bread when making it, the yeast help to break down they phytates that lock it in.

Liver is a good source of many vitamins and minerals, as long as the cow was eating well, if they were exposed to a lot of chemicals and heavy metals in their diet it can be a problem. If the cow consumed a lot of molybdenum, like from clover, and had some supplemented copper, the liver probably will detox some of this stuff all right so the levels won't be too bad. I like grass fed organic beef, locally grown so I can talk to the farmer.

Even if you consume adequate foods, some of these minerals in the foods may require extra minerals to process correctly. Some of the ones that I consider important are Selenium, manganese, Chromium, and Molybdenum....but that is for me personally. I also need to eat a little extra magnesium so I don't get constipated or just wash my hands occasionally with epsom salts.

Molybdenum works with sulfur to detox some things, also carcinogens in our foods do better if we have adequate molybdenum. Oatmeal is a good source, as is cheerios. Milk has a very bioactive form but I can't tolerate milk too well so I take a small supplement in my multimineral tablet. I also take an occasional boron pill, but adding a little borax to the garden takes care of making sure you get enough. I also try to add some epsom salts to the garden. Also a little wood ashes from the woodstove. But our soil is acid because of the pine trees, so these work good in our garden. Not all people have the same situation.

Micronutrient deficiency in our food is common. The soils have been exploited quite a bit.

If you don't get adequate boron you can get some of that hyphae forming in your gut, just drink a coke occasionally, it might desolve it. The coke is good for beezoars, I get them occasionally.

Also, if you eat a lot of salt, don't overdo the sugar, sugar stimulates the kidneys to retain sodium, to save it for when you burn fat. If you pee a lot, you might need more salt or you can get weak. Sodium is needed in the lipid burning cycle and gets excreted. Potassium levels may be off balance and get too high if you drink a lot of coffee or alcohol as the potassium isn't excreted as much. Very low on sodium can cause high blood pressure too. potato Chips have both sodium and potassium in decent amounts. Too high of potassium can be bad, it causes irregular heart beat but the beat is strong, too low and your heart beat is weak and irregular. I learned this from a doctor on here.
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posted on Mar, 17 2017 @ 10:18 AM
Subscribing to read later.
Thanks for your amazing effort.

posted on Mar, 17 2017 @ 09:30 PM
After reading I realize I haven't really been taking care of myself to well, but this is great. Awesome thread

posted on Mar, 17 2017 @ 09:55 PM
I only have time to skim but thanks for all the effort you put into this.
How do we get or produce the substances for dosing ourselves? Apologies if the details are in here- I will reread more thoroughly later.

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