We describe here the function of 36 minerals:
1. Zinc 71,3ppm
It is a crucial component of the immune system and helps to fight infections.
2. Chromium / Chrome 99,8ppm
It helps control blood glucose levels and converts proteins, carbohydrates and fats into energy, helps to increase muscles mass and reduce weight.
3. Molybdenum 0,74ppm
Molybdenum is a necessary mineral for the proper functioning of enzymes and it helps to improve blood circulation.
4. Calcium 2,37%
Calcium form inorganic minerals, not from cow's milk, is the most valuable mineral in our body, especially in bones and teeth. It contributes to normal energy metabolism, body weight, normal muscle function, normal nervous system function and normal digestive enzyme function. Calcium is needed to maintain normal bones and teeth condition.
5. Iron 10,7%
It contributes to the normal production of red blood cells and hemoglobin, helps to reduce fatigue and exhaustion and contributes to the normal functioning of the immune system.
6. Potassium 6020ppm
It contributes to the normal functioning of the nervous system, to the normal functioning of the muscles and to maintaining the normal blood pressure.
7. Silica 48,33%
It is necessary to maintain strong bones, helps maintain natural glow skin, promotes growth and density of hair and nails, prevents cardiovascular diseases, reduces the risk of alopecia (hair is lost from some or all areas of the body)
8. Sodium 3%
It helps regulate blood pressure, nerve transmission, it is prevention against muscles cramps and helps maintain the balance of hydration and pH.
9. Phosphorus (fosfor) 8800ppm
Up to 80% of body phosphorus is stored in bones and teeth. It contributes to normal energy metabolism, to the normal function of cell membranes and to maintaining normal bone and tooth status.
10. Manganese 813ppm
It contributes to the normal production of connective tissues and to the protection of cells from oxidative stress.
11. Copper 38,6ppm
It contributes to normal pigmentation of the hair and skin and to the normal transfer of iron in the blood.
12. Nickel 30ppm
Nickel is found in DNA and RNA - it is part of every cell in the human body, it helps to decompose glucose, strengthens the bone, helps speed up chemical reactions in our body.
13. Cobalt 22,5ppm
It promotes the production of red blood cells and helps to reduce the level of homocysteine and renal disease. (Homocysteine is a risk factor for heart disease and it's associated with low levels of vitamins B6, B12, and folate).
(Renal disease also called end-stage kidney failure).
14. Vanadium 71,9ppm
It helps to control blood sugar levels, helps protect bones, can help to lower blood pressure and increases muscles mass.
15. Boron 0,89ppm
It increases testosterone levels - muscles building, beneficial to recovery from exercises, helps maintain strong bones, increases estrogen levels and plays an important role in maintaining cell functions.
16. Magnesium 6900ppm
It contributes to reducing fatigue and exhaustion, contributing to electrolyte balance and to normal energy metabolism.
17. Iodine 1,7ppm
This contributes to normal thyroid hormone production and normal thyroid activity.
18. Selenium 1,6ppm
It helps maintain normal nail state, protect cells from oxidative stress, and reduce the function of thyroid gland.
19. Lithium 6,3ppm
It contributes to the formation of new stem cells, promotes bone health, can reduces headaches.
20. Sulfur 1240ppm
Sulfur is important for the formation of amino acids that are used to produce proteins, hormones, tissues and enzymes. Sulfur controls carbohydrate metabolism and is important for insulin production.
21. Rubiridum 42ppm
Rubidium maintains hormonal balance, helps regulate and absorb iron and helps with depressions.
22. Ruthenium 0,5ppm
It helps in cell detoxification, helps the brain work better, reduces weight, strengthens the immune system.
23. Rhodium 0,25ppm
It strengthens the immune system, accelerates healing processes in the body, increases energy, increases physical strength and athletic condition.
24. Silver 5ppm
It is antibacterial, anti-inflammatory, antiviral and strengthens the immune system.
25. Tin 0,1ppm
Tin increases energy, helps with depression, helps with breathing problems with asthma, positively affects digestion, and positively influences adrenal glands.
26. Iridium 3ppm
Iridium helps fight against free radicals, has powerful antioxidant effects, can improve cellular metabolism, slows down aging and regenerates neurological tissues.
27. Indium 1ppm
It helps in the production of hormones, supports the immune system, helps slow down aging, increases energy, improves blood circulation, helps with obesity and helps with depression.
28. Platinum 1ppm
It improves mental abilities. Helps strengthen the immune system, remove toxins, heightens mental alertness and increases energy. Platinum is also very important in the growth of skin, nerves, and muscle.
29. Barium 94,7ppm
Barium (22mg in an average Human Body): Used for Gastrointestinal needs.
30. Carbon Organic 0,18%
Carbon is a basic building block for protein, carbohydrate and fat production and plays a vital role in regulating body physiology.
31. Nitrogen 900ppm
Nitrogen is needed for protein production and production of amino acids.
32. Gallium 17ppm
Gallium (0.7mg in an average Human Body): Gallium modulates the brain chemistry, reduces the rate of brain cancers and tumors.
33. Lanthanum 33ppm
Lanthanum (0.8mg in an average Human Body): Increases cells growth and extends life.
34. Samarium 4ppm
Samarium (50μg in an average Human Body): Enhances normal cell growth, extends life, and help in cancer prevention. A Samarium deficiency can result in hearing loss, male pattern baldness, and poor growth.
35. Tungsten 4ppm
Tungsten (20μg in an average Human Body): Tungsten is thought to be used by a small number of enzymes in a fashion similar to molybdenum.