Most of us are severely lacking in the full spectrum of necessary elements needed for true cellular health.
These are the same elements that are abundant in balanced pristine nature. Our process for isolating these pure, natural, fundamental elements is a closely guarded proprietary secret but rest assured, 90 of the most critical elements needed for optimal health and life itself are contained in our product line.
We believe we have truly found the secret to delivering mother natures perfect balance of minerals and elements…transdermally. These are critical elements needed for true cellular health. The vast majority of the earths population is significantly lacking in these natural elements, especially those people eating western diets. Our products are developed to flood your body with Mother Natures true life enhancing elements.
Roughly 96 percent of the mass of the human body is made up of just four elements: oxygen, carbon, hydrogen and nitrogen, with a lot of that in the form of water. The remaining 4 percent is a sparse sampling of the periodic elements chart.
But never forget that this 4 % is critical, so critical in fact that a myriad of disease and sickness will develop if we are even a fraction of a percentage shy in any of these trace elements! Some of the more prominent elements are called macro nutrients, while those at the level of parts per million or less are referred to as micro nutrients.
All of these nutrients perform various functions, including the building of bones and cell structures, regulating the body’s pH, driving chemical reactions and many functions we have yet to discover.
Below are a few of the naturally occurring elements in our 90 Vital Elements and the health benefits they provide.
Boron: A vital trace mineral that is required for the normal growth and health of the body. Many dangerous conditions like arthritis and osteoporosis are naturally managed by Boron. Boron improves the natural ability of the human body to absorb calcium and magnesium.
Calcium: The most common mineral in the human body, nearly all of it found in bones and teeth. Ironically, calcium’s most important role is in bodily functions, such as muscle contraction and protein regulation. In fact, the body will actually pull calcium from bones (causing problems like osteoporosis) if there’s not enough of the element in a person’s diet.
Carbon: Synonymous with life. Moreover, carbon bonds can be formed and broken with a modest amount of energy, allowing for the dynamic organic chemistry that goes on in our cells.
Chlorine: Usually found in the body as a negative ion, called chloride. This electrolyte is important for maintaining a normal balance of fluids.
Chromium: Helps metabolize carbohydrates. It monitors blood sugar levels, and helps stabilize blood sugar. It can also prevent hypertension or high blood pressure. Although trials are still being conducted, chromium compounds are considered helpful in preventing memory loss and in treating Alzheimer’s disease.
Cobalt: Found in vitamin B12, which is important in protein formation and DNA regulation.
Copper: An important as an electron donor in various biological reactions. Without enough copper, iron won’t work properly in the body.
Fluorine: Found in teeth and bones.
Organic Germanium: Stimulates immune system and activates body’s own defense mechanisms. Normalizes many physiological imbalances including blood pressure and serum cholesterol. Fights free radicals. Helps detoxify the body. Chelates heavy metals. Improves blood circulation. Improves vision. Increases the flow of oxygen in the body.
Hydrogen: Oxygen and Hydrogen are predominantly found in water, which makes up about 60 percent of the body by weight. It’s practically impossible to imagine life without water.
Iodine: Required for making of thyroid hormones, which regulate metabolic rate and other cellular functions. Iodine deficiency is an important health problem throughout much of the world.
Iron: A key element in the metabolism of almost all living organisms. It is also found in hemoglobin, which is the oxygen carrier in red blood cells. Half of women don’t get enough iron in their diet.
Manganese: Essential for certain enzymes, in particular those that protect mitochondria.
Magnesium: Plays an important role in the structure of the skeleton and muscles. It also is necessary in more than 300 essential metabolic reactions.
Molybdenum: Essential to virtually all life forms. In humans, it is important for transforming sulfur into a usable form. In nitrogen-fixing bacteria, it is important for transforming nitrogen into a usable form.
Nitrogen: Found in many organic molecules, including the amino acids that make up proteins, and the nucleic acids that make up DNA.
Phosphorous: Helps with healthy bone formation, improved digestion, regulated excretion, protein formation, hormonal balance, improved energy extraction, cellular repair, optimized chemical reactions, and proper nutrient utilization.
Potassium: An important electrolyte (meaning it carries a charge in solution). It helps regulate the heartbeat and is vital for electrical signaling in nerves.
Rubidium: A rare trace mineral that is not very abundant in the human body. But despite its rarity and low presence in the body, it has some very important functions to perform for your health. Rubidium helps in the prevention of diabetes. Maintains hormonal balance. Aids in the regulation and absorption of iron. Helps with depression.
Selenium: Essential for certain enzymes, including several anti-oxidants.
Silicon: Known as a beautifying mineral and there are also many health benefits associated with it. The health benefits of silicon also play a vital role in the prevention of atherosclerosis, insomnia, skin disorders and tuberculosis.
Sodium: Another electrolyte that is vital for electrical signaling in nerves. It also regulates the amount of water in the body.
Sulfur: Found in two amino acids that are important for giving proteins their shape.
Zinc: Helps with the proper functioning of the immune and digestive systems, control of diabetes, reduction of stress levels, energy metabolism, and an increased rate of healing for acne and wounds.
These are just a few of the macro and micro elements found in our products and also in the healthy human body. In your quest for true cellular health you must embrace and seek these elements in their pure form.
We’ve done that with Herbal Transdermal!