Almost all biochemical processes of the human body are dependent upon adequate levels of a number of different minerals. Both Minerals and trace elements are vital components of, and help to regulate, the 20,000 odd different types of enzymes in the human body.
What are Sea Minerals?
Sea Minerals are a rich source of concentrated minerals and trace elements derived naturally from ocean waters at a pristine location near the Great Barrier Reef in Australia.
Sea water is collected in specifically designed ponds where it is allowed to slowly concentrate. By utilizing solar evaporation and precipitation a dense solution of rich macro and trace minerals slowly starts to develop.
Most of the sodium is naturally extracted and is used as table salt or is added to other products. The remaining liquid is further naturally concentrated* leaving a mineral laden, anti-microbial and anti-bacterial solution, we bottle this as Pure Aussie Ocean Derived Sea Minerals.
We also make herbal preparations using specially selected herbs and paw paw extracts which are infused into the mineral solution using a unique method developed by the late Gerry Amena. This retains the efficacy of the active elements in the herbs resulting in three fabulous tonics we name Supa-Boost, Hawthorn and Stinging Nettle Ocean Derived Sea Minerals.
*1 gallon (approx. 4ltrs) concentrate = 100 gallons (approx 400ltrs) sea water).
"Mineral insufficiency and trace elements insufficiency are more likely to occur than are vitamin insufficiency states. Because of differing geologic conditions, minerals and trace elements may be scarce in the soils of certain regions and rich in those of other regions. Thus, you can live in some areas, eat a perfectly 'balanced' diet and still develop mineral deficiencies or trace element deficiencies that can only be averted though dietary change or supplementation." The Doctor's Vitamin and Mineral Encyclopedia
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