Report of Analysis

January 2nd, 2004
Project # 03-0909



Total elemental composition of Sample #0101104

Sample # 0101104
Lab # 88196

Aluminum mg/l 1490 Mercury mg/l 0.002
Antimony mg/l 0.097 Molybdenum mg/l 0.006
Arsenic mg/l <0.005 Neodymium mg/l 0.69
Barium mg/l 0.029 Nickel mg/l 2.43
Beryllium mg/l 0.259 Niobium mg/l 0.008
Bismuth mg/l 0.011 Osmium mg/l <0.001
Boron mg/l 0.897 Palladium mg/l 0.003
Bromine mg/l 0.922 Phosphorus mg/l 0.072
Cadmium mg/l 0.048 Platinum mg/l 0.001
Calcium mg/l 740 Potassium mg/l 6.44
Carbon mg/l 4920 Praseodymium mg/l 0.825
Cerium mg/l 0.062 Rhenium mg/l 0.0008
Cesium mg/l 0.095 Rhodium mg/l <0.001
Chloride mg/l 137 Rubidium mg/l 0.93
Chromium mg/l 0.028 Ruthenium mg/l 0.64
Cobalt mg/l 1.19 Samarium mg/l 0.207
Copper mg/l 0.48 Scandium mg/l 0.085
Dysprosium mg/l 0.121 Selenium mg/l 0.011
Erbium mg/l 0.139 Silicon mg/l 103
Europium mg/l 0.003 Silver mg/l 0.085
Fluoride mg/l 0.67 Sodium mg/l 46.9
Gadolinium mg/l 0.18 Strontium mg/l 0.86
Gallium mg/l 0.007 Sulfur mg/l 12200
Gm mg/l 0.0059 Tantalum mg/l 0.003
Gold mg/l 0.004 Tellurium mg/l 0.007
Hafnium mg/l 0.032 Terbium mg/l 0.0010
Holmium mg/l 0.005 Thallium mg/l 0.005
Indium mg/l 0.034 Thorium mg/l 0.005
Iodine mg/l 0.31 Thulium mg/l 0.204
Iridium mg/l 0.001 Tin mg/l 0.013
Iron mg/l 562 Titanium mg/l 0.027
Lanthanum mg/l 0.29 Tungsten mg/l 0.042
Lead mg/l 0.008 Vanadium mg/l 0.036
Lithium mg/l 4.19 Ytterbium mg/l 0.072
Lutetium mg/l 0.015 Yttrium mg/l 1.09
Magnesium mg/l 7980 Zinc mg/l 14.2
Manganese mg/l 8.33 Zirconium mg/l 0.049

NOTE: mg/l = milligrams per liter
mg/l = The liquid equivalent of ppm (parts per million)
< = no quantities of this analyte detected above the stated limit.

The Sample # 0101104 sample was diluted as necessary in glass Class A volumetric flasks. The elements Chloride, Fluoride, and Bromine were analyzed via Ion Chromatography (IC) Cold Vapor Atomic Absorption (CVAA) was used for analysis of Mercury. Graphite Furnace Atomic Absorption (GFAA) was the method used to determine Arsenic, Selenium, Lead and Antimony. Semi-quantitative analysis for all other elements was carried out using Inductively Coupled Plasma - Optical Emission Spectrometry (ICP-OES)

Note: The amounts of each mineral will vary slightly from run to run because they are "naturally occurring".

To calculate your MONTHLY intake: Divide mg/l by 4
To calculate your DAILY intake: Divide mg/l by 132

8.45 fl ozs (250 ml)
One Months Supply
(Just add to water, fruit juice, etc)

They are FREE of: Sugar, Yeast, Soy, Gluten, Wheat, Corn, Starch, Milk, Flavors or Sweeteners.

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Aluminum - We are constantly eating Aluminum through plants and vegetables, etc because 8.2% of the earth's crust is composed of aluminum. Because of this, It is in your tap water and exists in the fruit and vegetables that you eat every day.

The typical daily dietary intake of aluminum varies widely, from 3 to 100 mg. Significant sources of aluminum include baked goods prepared with chemical leavening agents (i.e., baking powder), processed cheese, grains, vegetables, herbs and tea. High intakes of aluminum are ingested from antacids & buffered analgesics.

You cannot avoid taking this mineral unless you stop eating and drinking. It is not a problem when it is 'Organic' aluminum, but it is a problem if it is 'Inorganic', like in chelated minerals or in tap water. Our last spectro-analysis shows that there is only 11.29 PPM Parts Per Million) in our daily dosage.
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Arsenic - Our last spectro-analysis shows that the NONE was detected above the limit of <0.005 (this means that the measuring device is incapable of detecting anything below 0.005 ppm) Even if you use the 0.005 ppm figure, the daily dosage of Arsenic in the Alpha Mineral Health Support is only 0.00003 PPM. (parts per million) Organic Arsenic is naturall occurrinng in plants and there is more Arsenic in your tap water than our minerals/
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Barium - Possible benefits of the mineral Barium are: A relatively marked decrease in defibrillation voltage and energy requirements.
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Bismuth - Possible benefits of the mineral Bismuth are: Treatment of peptic ulcer disease, gastrointestinal disorders.
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Boron -A Lack of the mineral Boron may cause: Calcium decrease, magnesium decrease, phosphorus decrease, bone deterioration, decreased estrogen synthesis, decreased vitamin D syntheses, decreased steroid synthesis, breakdown of hormone function, bone demineralization, decreased testosterone.

Boron is a trace element which has an important influence on both calcium and magnesium metabolism and helps in the manufacturer of vitamin D.

Boron is concentrated in the bone, spleen, and thyroid indicating boron's functions in bone metabolism and suggesting a potential role for boron in hormone metabolism.

Boron also reduces calcium, magnesium and estrogen losses thus playing a major role in preventing bone loss.

Boron is thought to be useful to increase muscle mass; increase muscle strength; maintain bone density; improve calcium absorption; decrease body fat.
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Bromine - A Lack of the mineral Bromine may cause: Liver deterioration, deterioration of brain performance, mental abnormalities, adrenal deterioration, thyroid deterioration, pituitary deterioration
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Calcium - A Lack of the mineral may cause: Cramps, emotional agitation, cadmium retention, lead retention, teeth grinding, muscle spasm/twitching, muscle tendon strain, convulsions, thinning bones, softening teeth, late tooth detention, diminished calcium in blood, cold hands, cold feet, numbness, hydrocele, night sweats, varicose veins, carbuncles, skin eruptions, deep abscesses, chronic oozing ulcers, cracked skin, sore breasts, decreased estrogen, decreased testosterone, Bells Palsy, osteoporosis, arthritis, hypertension.

Discrepancies in labeling Cacium can be deceptive and make people believe they are getting more calcium than they think they are. Unless the ingredients are in brackets ( ) you are only getting a fraction of the ingredient, e.g. Calcium Citrate 1000 mg is the same as Calcium (Citrate) 210 mg.

Calcium citrate is the best calcium supplement for absorption.
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Carbon - Possible benefits of the mineral Carbon are: Carbon fiber implants enhanced growth of a regenerative tissue and pain relief. Absorbs a wide range of substances and organisms including bacteria, viruses, enzymes endogenous compounds.
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Chloride - A Lack of the mineral Chloride may cause: Salt cravings, digestion deterioration, hair decreased, muscle cramps, granulation of eyelids, hay fever, watery eyes, runny nose, blistering skin, eczema, warts.
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Chromium -A Lack of the mineral Chromium may cause: Decreased glucose tolerance, corneal opacities, raised cholesterol levels in blood, increased incidence of plaque on the aorta, hardening of arteries, increased blood pressure, increased cholesterol in liver, deterioration of growth, baldness, deafness, craving for chocolate.

Chromium deficiency severely impairs glucose tolerance. The best Chromium to take is Chromium - GTF, because without insulin, you are at risk for osteoporosis. (GTF stands for Glucose Tolerance Factor, which is the ability to regulate blood sugar level.)
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Cobalt - A Lack of the mineral Cobalt may cause: Anemia, vitamin B 12 decreased, retarded growth.
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Copper -A Lack of the mineral Copper may cause: Lack of the mineral causes: Anemia, red blood cell rupture, faulty bone development, bone disease, weakness, difficulty in breathing, faulty nerve development, decreases sense of taste, skin eczema, skin sores, abnormal skin pigmentation, abnormal hair pigmentation, aneurysms, varicose veins, wrinkles of the skin, body sagging.

Copper is a mineral found in trace amounts in all tissues in the body. Although only a small amount is needed, copper is an essential nutrient that plays a role in the production of hemoglobin (the main component of red blood cells), myelin (the substance that surrounds nerve fibers), collagen (a key component of bones and connective tissue), and melanin (a dark pigment that colors the hair and skin).

Copper also works with vitamin C to help make a component of connective tissue known as elastin.

Copper is known to activate the enzyme that produces elastic fibers in tissues.

It is important to know that too much calcium depletes copper.
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Fluoride - A Lack of the mineral Fluoride may cause: Predisposition to thinning of bones. Fluoride is the name given to a group of compounds that are composed of the naturally occurring element Fluorine and one or more other elements. (Not to be confused with the 'Man Made' Fluoride that is dumped into our tap water) Our Fluorides occur naturally in water, coal, clay and minerals and in your everyday fruits and vegetables.
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Gadolinium - Possible benefits of the mineral Gadolinium are: Prevents effects of the stings from those cnidaria (poisonous sea nettles) harmful to humans.
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Gallium - Possible benefits of the mineral Gallium are: Treatment of hypercalcemia of malignancy, anti?tumor activity, definite improvement in patients with Hodgkin's and Non?Hodgkin's lymphoma, clinical trials in hypercalcemic patients quickly established that the compound was safe and effective in restoring calcium levels to normal, calcium loss from bone is inhibited directly, bone calcium levels are increased.
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Gold - Possible benefits of the mineral Gold are: Effective tumor shrinkage, treatment of prostate cancer, used against tuberculosis and arthritis, beneficial results only after long term use.
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Holmium - Possible benefits of the mineral Holmium are: Useful therapeutic option for hemophiliacs.
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Iodine - A Lack of the mineral Iodine may cause: Cold feet, goiter, fatigue, skin eczema, dry hair, brittle hair, arrested physical and mental development, deafness, muteness.
Possible benefits of the mineral Iodine are: Effective tumor shrinkage, treatment of prostate cancer, cancer therapy, effective treatment of bone metastases, cancer therapy in oncology
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Iridium - Possible benefits of the mineral Iridium are: Treatment of prostate cancer.
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Iron - A Lack of the mineral Iron may cause: Anemia, increased menses, nosebleeds, headache, hair decreased, dry scaling lips, immunity decreased, muscle weakness, fatigue, depression, dizziness, bodily weakness, difficulty in swallowing, thin nail, edges of nails turned up, intestinal diseases, continuous diarrhea, constipation, overall itching.
Because our minerals are 'naturally occurring' and plant-derived, they contain only non-toxic 'organic' Iron. The quantity taken is also infinitesimal. Our last spectro-analysis shows that the daily dosage of Alpha Mineral Health Support is only 4.25 mg.
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Lanthanum - Possible benefits of the mineral Lanthanum are: Enhanced the reactivity of the enamel surface for fluoride in teeth, fluoride uptake of enamel was increased by the presence of traces of lanthanum.
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Lead - Because our minerals are 'naturally occurring' and plant-derived, they contain only non-toxic 'organic' Lead. The quantity taken is also infinitesimal. Our last spectro-analysis shows that the daily dosage of Alpha Mineral Health Support is only 0.00008 PPM (parts per million) You would have to drink 7 1/2 bottles of our Alpha Mineral Health Support to match the level of Lead in 1 cup of 'tap' water.
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Lithium - A Lack of the mineral Lithium may cause: Depression, alcohol cravings, unregulated conversion of essential fatty acids to prostaglandin!s, unstable serotonin neurotransmitter levels, decreased acetylcholine receptors, decreased lymphocyte levels, increased suppressor cell activity.
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Lutetium - Possible benefits of the mineral Lutentium are: Effective tumor killing in control of cancer clearly elicits markedly reduced tumor growth.
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Magnesium - A Lack of the mineral Magnesium may cause: Emotional agitation nervousness, stress, bone deformities, deterioration of teeth, calcium deposits in tissues, sodium deposits in tissues, fluid retention in tissues, deterioration of kidneys, deterioration of skin, fatigue, decreased blood levels of calcium, decreased blood levels of potassium, decreased blood levels of magnesium, deterioration of heart endocardium, deterioration of bone muscle, deterioration of cardiac muscle, cramps, knotting of muscle, fibers, mental changes, dizziness, nerve pain, shooting pains, colic, increased blood pressure, stillbirths, female sterility.

The mineral magnesium is important for every organ in the body, particularly the heart, muscles, and kidneys. It also contributes to the composition of teeth and bones.

Most importantly, it activates enzymes, contributes to energy production, and helps regulate calcium levels as well as copper, zinc, potassium, vitamin D, and other important nutrients in the body.

Without enough magnesium, calcium can collect in the soft tissues and cause one type of arthritis. Not only does calcium collect in the soft tissues of arthritics, it is poorly, if at all, absorbed into their blood and bones. But taking more calcium is not the answer; it only amplifies the problem.

In fact, excessive calcium intake and insufficient magnesium can contribute to both of these diseases. Magnesium taken in proper dosages can solve the problem of calcium deficiency.

Magnesium is available in many foods. However, most people in the United States probably do not get as much magnesium as they should from their diet.

Magnesium Citrate is the natural form of Magnesium.
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Manganese -A Lack of the mineral Manganese may cause: Retarded growth, decreased reproduction ability, deterioration of glucose tolerance, decreased blood clotting, bone deformities, weight decreased, skin inflammation, nausea, slow hair growth, changed hair color, decreased levels of blood cholesterol, decreased muscular coordination, dizziness, ear noises, hearing decreased.

Manganese is a mineral found in large quantities in both plant and animal matter. Only trace amounts of this element can be found in human tissue, however.

Manganese is predominantly stored in the bones, liver, kidney, and pancreas. It aids in the formation of connective tissue, bones, blood-clotting factors, and sex hormones and plays a role in fat and carbohydrate metabolism, calcium absorption, and blood sugar regulation.

Manganese is also necessary for normal brain and nerve function.

Bran and foods high in phosphorous and low in calcium deplete manganese.
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Mercury - Because our minerals are 'naturally occurring' and plant-derived, they contain only non-toxic 'organic' Mercury. The quantity taken is also infinitesimal. Our last spectro-analysis shows that the daily dosage of Alpha Mineral Health Support is only 0.000015 PPM (parts per million) You would have to drink 80 - 140 bottles of our Alpha Mineral Health Support (6 - 12 years supply) to match the mercury level in 1 can of tuna.
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Molybdenum - A Lack of the mineral Molybdenum may cause: Anemia, fatigue, less urine formation, increased fatty acid oxidation, decreased cancer resistance.
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Nickel - A Lack of the mineral Nickel may cause: Hormone imbalance, gland deterioration, thyroid deterioration, adrenal deterioration, deterioration of prolactin regulation, deterioration of growth, deterioration of pigmentation, blood abnormalities, decreased hemiocrit, increased blood cholesterol levels, fatigue, coarse hair, deterioration of RNA/DNA production, deterioration of cell membrane integrity.
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Niobium - Possible benefits of the mineral Niobium are: Pronounced anti-tumor properties represents molecular moieties that interact with the intracellular target molecules and this accomplish anti-tumor activity.
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Palladium - Possible benefits of the mineral Palladium are: Was noted to control the growth of uveal melanomas, treatment of prostate cancer, effective tumor shrinkage.
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Phosphorus -A Lack of the mineral Phosphorus may cause: Appetite decreased, fatigue, nervous system deterioration, demineralization of bones, demineralization of teeth, cold hands, cold feet, numbness, hydrocele, sore breasts, night sweats, continuous diarrhea, constipation, faint/rapid pulse, nose bleeds, increased menses, improper fat digestion, deterioration of memory, anxiety, lack of sleep, cramps, nerve pain, shooting pains, colic, low fevers, skin edema, depression, gallbladder deterioration.
Possible benefits of the mineral are: Effective prostate cancer treatment, cancer therapy, effective treatment of bone metastases, cancer therapy in oncology.

Calcium and phosphorus are "co-dependent" nutrients affecting the health of bones and soft tissues.

Bone disease can develop when calcium and phosphorus are not balanced and within good levels. When phosphorus is too high, (drinking too many soda's?) the body takes calcium out of the bones to bind with the phosphorus and remove it from the blood. Bones become brittle as a result.

Dr. Heaney (A) recommends that patients use a source with both calcium and phosphorus, "such as dairy products and/or a calcium phosphate supplement."
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Platinum - Possible benefits of the mineral Platinum are: Treatment of advanced cancers i.e. testicular, ovarian, bladder, head and neck, and small cell lung cancer.
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Potassium - A Lack of the mineral Potassium may cause: Decreased blood sugar, confusion, anxiety, nervous system deterioration, depression, deterioration of memory, ear noises, acne, dry skin, granulation of eyelids, blistering skin, eczema, skin eruptions, warts, lack of sleep, digestion upset, gas, constipation, nausea, improper fat digestion, yellow coating on back of tongue, heart deterioration, muscular weakness, pains in extremities, fatigue, muscle cramps, numbness, tingling, paralysis, faint/rapid pulse.
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Rhenium - Possible benefits of the mineral Rhenium are: Effective prostate treatment, cancer therapy, effective treatment of bone metastases, cancer therapy in oncology.
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Rubidium - A Lack of the mineral Rubidium may cause: Depression, decreased cancer resistance, decreased cell pH, cell dehydration, increased enzyme toxicity, decreased glucose tolerance, decreased peroxides elimination.
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Samarium - Possible benefits of the mineral Samarium are: Cancer therapy, effective treatment of bone metastases, cancer therapy in oncology, effective treatment of prostate cancer, an effective agent for palliation of widespread skeletal metastases, effective against Pager's disease, effective against rheumatoid arthritis, effective against Anklosing Spondylitis, a positive effect on lungs, lymph nodes, and liver, effective in treatment of bladder cancer, effective on pulmonary metastases (currently incurable), effective on osteosarcoma tibial tumors.
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Selenium -A Lack of the mineral Selenium may cause: Dandruff, decreased tissue elasticity, deterioration of muscle, calcification of muscle, sterility in males, fetal death/re-absorption, decreased ozone resistance, crows feet, cardiomyopathy.

Selenium is an essential mineral found in trace amounts in the human body. It works as an antioxidant, especially when combined with vitamin E, by scavenging damaging particles in the body known as free radicals.

These particles occur naturally in the body but can damage cell membranes, interact with genetic material, and possibly contribute to the aging process as well as the development of a number of conditions including heart disease and cancer.

Sodium Selenomethionine is the more natural form of Selenium.
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Silicon - A Lack of the mineral Silicon may cause: (Silica) Slow healing, angina, fatigue, dull/glazed eyes, decreased growth, skin pallor, deterioration of memory, deterioration of tooth materialization, abnormal tooth enamel, deformed bones, bone demineralization, deterioration of bone growth, distorted eye socket development, deterioration of collagen formation, skin flabbiness, decreased skin elasticity, carbuncles, hair failing out, ribbed nails, ingrown nails, deterioration of embryonic development, immunity decreased.

Silica, also known as Silicon, is derived from the horsetail herb and is the most abundant element on the planet. Our body needs it for the formation of collagen for bones and connective tissue; for healthy nails, skin, and hair; and for calcium absorption in the early stages of bone formation.

Bone growth involves the process of adding calcium for hardness, plus increasing collagen. Silicon is essential for both of these processes.

Among the known catalysts that facilitate the functions of silicon indirectly are magnesium, manganese, potassium and boron.

Organic silicon found in horsetail is believed to promote bone and cartilage formation and is useful for treating brittle nails and related conditions.
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Silver - Possible benefits of the mineral Silver are: Silver ions have been thought to have abroad spectrum of anti?microbial activity against bacteria and fungi likely to cause infection.
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Sodium - A Lack of the mineral Sodium may cause: Appetite decreased, weight decreased, nausea, muscular weakness, muscular cramps, muscle shrinkage, muscular twitching, collapse of blood vessels, headaches, anxiety, confusion, dizziness, runny nose, low fevers, skin edema, depression, gall bladder deterioration.
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Strontium - A Lack of the mineral Strontium may cause: Increased tooth decay, depletion of bones, decreased toxin resistance, mitochondria deterioration
Possible benefits of the mineral are: Effective prostate cancer treatment, cancer therapy, effective treatment of bone metastases, cancer therapy on oncology.
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Sulfur - A Lack of the mineral Sulfur may cause: Dull hair, skin complexion deterioration, skin eruptions, abscesses, chronic oozing ulcers, deterioration of fingernails, decreased bacterial resistance, yellow coating on back of tongue, fatigue, pains in extremities.
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Tantalum - Possible benefits of the mineral Tantalum are: Assists in blood clotting.
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Tin - A Lack of the mineral Tin may cause: Deterioration of growth, deterioration of tooth development, decreased cancer resistance, baldness, deafness, craving for chocolate. Because our minerals are 'naturally occurring' and plant-derived, they contain only non-toxic 'organic' Tin.
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Titanium - Possible benefits of the mineral Titanium are: Efficient in reducing enamel solubility and artificial lesion formation on teeth, as a topical application it reduced enamel lesion development and offered protection against enamel demineralization.
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Tungsten - Possible benefits of the mineral Tungsten are: Inhibits the herpes simplex virus, treatment prevents tumor necrosis factor induced injury of brain endothelial cells.
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Vanadium - A Lack of the mineral Vanadium may cause: Deterioration of growth, deterioration of bone and teeth mineralization, heart disease, raised cholesterol levels in blood, increased triglyceride levels, deterioration of fat metabolism, increased squalene synthetase levels, decreased acetoacetylcoenzyme A levels, tooth deterioration, bone demineralization, abnormal bone growth, liver deterioration, decreased cancer resistance, deterioration of growth rate, deterioration of reproduction systems, low blood sugar.
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Ytterbium - Possible benefits of the mineral Ytterbium are: Effective tumor shrinkage, treatment of prostate cancer.
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Yttrium - Possible benefits of the mineral Yttrium are: Prostate cancer treatment, cancer therapy, effective treatment of bone metastases, cancer therapy in oncology, reduction of the frequency of hemorrhage.
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Zinc - A Lack of the mineral Zinc may cause: Lack of the mineral causes: Growth retardation, slowed sexual development, testicular deterioration/dysfunction, sterility, decreased gonad function, deterioration of thymus gland, diminished sense of taste, deterioration of protein formation, diminished sense of smell, appetite decreased, fatigue, deterioration of nutrient absorption, liver deterioration, internal inflammation, decreased healing, anemia, decreased development of bone, decreased development of muscle, decreased development of nervous system, hair decreased, acne, skin lesions, white spots on nails, deformed nails, immunity decreased, decreased salivation, bad breath.
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Common Misspellings and terms: collidal, colidal, coloidal, coloital, collidal, collodal, Essential Mineral, Liquid Mineral Supplement, Colloidal Minerals, Ionic Minerals, Essential Mineral Nutrients

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