ConcenTrace – Trace Mineral Drops

Formulated for optimal absorption

$54.99 $44.99

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Ionic sea minerals from the Great Salt Lake in Utah, USA. Contains no other added ingredients.

This product contains over 72 naturally occurring ionic trace minerals in varying trace amounts.

  • Non-GMO
  • Ionic
  • Solar Evaporated
  • Gluten Free

Description

ConcenTrace Trace Mineral Drops – The #1 selling trace mineral supplement in the natural products industry. As one of the most powerful natural health mineral supplements in the world, ConcenTrace drops have many uses and applications. It’s impossible to underestimate the importance of minerals and trace minerals for the human body. 

Trace Minerals are the catalysts for all the vitamins and other nutrients your body uses for developing and maintaining good health. ConcenTrace captures the perfect balance of trace minerals your body needs. 

Using ConcenTrace every day may help maintain healthy energy levels in your body by providing your body’s entire electrical system the minerals it needs to function properly.

Ingredients

Amount per Serving

Magnesium

250mg

Chloride

650mg

Sodium

5mg

Potassium

3mg

Sulfate

40mg

Lithium

1.5mg

Boron

1mg

Other Ingredients: + 72 naturally occurring trace minerals

Directions

Mix up to 40 drops per day into any beverage. Ideally spread the drops throughout the day.
Take with or after food.

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WHAT ARE TRACE MINERALS?

Trace minerals are the catalysts for all the vitamins and other nutrients your body uses to develop and maintain good health. An all natural mineral concentrate liquid containing a full spectrum of over 72 naturally occurring trace elements in ionic form with 99% of the sodium removed. Derived from the weathering erosion of the huge variety of soils and rocks found in the drainage basin of the Utah’s Inland Sea of Utah.

These trace minerals have been made by mother nature, had the sodium removed then concentrated with evaporation making them 26 times more concentrated than colloidal trace minerals and one of the most powerful health supplements on the market.

Ideally minerals should come from eating raw foods, however with most soil suffering from a mineral deficiency, most fruit and vegetables are now lacking in key minerals.

Why trace minerals?

Aggressive farming practices are draining nutrients from soil and not allowing time for the earth to replenish the soils nutrients. Modern farming has brought many of the earths minerals to the surface where they are washed away only to be replaced by synthetic fertilizers which only support basic plant life, not optimal nutrition.

The depletion of nutrients trickles down into the quality of the food grown in the soil. While it may look normal thanks to some genetic modifications and specific fertilizers, it may have a fraction of the minerals it should.

Ionic Trace minerals

An ion is a mineral or element with a positive or negative charge. This means that the element has too many or too few electrons. This unstable ionic state allows the element to bond readily with water, making it possible for the body to absorb it.

Chemical and electrical processes are occurring within your body the whole time. These processes can only work properly if we have sufficient levels of many types of minerals which we must replenish on a daily basis through our diet.

Benefits of trace minerals

Trace minerals help restore the mineral and nutrient balance needed by the body for most of its processes to work.

  • Minerals aid oxygen transportation throughout the bodying.
  • Help assimilate other nutrients.
  • Help form building blocks such as amino acids, hormones and proteins.
  • Mineral Deficiency

HOW MINERALS GET INTO THE SOIL

Trace Mineral Research minerals are sourced from an evaporated inland sea that has left a large area of concentrated ionic trace minerals.

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Minerals evaporate and precipitate with the water cycle.

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The minerals are collected in the seas.

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These essential elements exist in highly-concentrated salubrious proportions in inland seas.

Mineral Deficiencies

Traditionally, eating fresh fruits and vegetables grown in nutrient-rich soil was the primary supply of ionic minerals. Although no longer plentiful in typical food, they exist plentifully in their proper proportions in the mineral rich waters of the earths oceans and seas.

Unfortunately so many people suffer from mineral deficiencies now through a poor diet and stressful lifestyle that something as easy as a few drops of trace minerals each day can be extremely beneficial.

As minerals effect hundreds of aspects of your body, there is no short list of typical deficiency symptoms, however most common deficiency’s include magnesium, zinc, iron, potassium, iodine.

Typical Symptoms of Mineral Deficiency

  • Constipation, bloating, or abdominal pain
  • Decreased immune system
  • Diarrhea
  • Irregular heart beat
  • Loss of appetite
  • Muscle cramping
  • Nausea and vomiting
  • Numbness or tingling in the extremities
  • Poor concentration
  • Slow social or mental development in children
  • Weakness or tiredness

Mineral Absorption

The absorption of minerals primarily takes place within the small intestines as food passes through. Minerals are absorbed into the blood stream through intestinal villi which can only happen if the minerals are in an ionic form.

When to take Trace Minerals

When taking a mineral supplement, make sure to take with food as to re-create the natural process. Consuming minerals on an empty stomach is unnatural and should be done with food, as to boost the mineral content.

Typical Minerals found in Trace Mineral Research Drops

Magnesium, Chloride, Potassium, Sulfate, Sodium, Boron, Bromide, Calcium, Carbonate, Silicon, Nitrogen, Selenium, Phosphorus, Iodine, Chromium, Iron, Manganese, Titanium, Rubidium, Cobalt, Copper, Antimony, Molybdenum, Strontium, Zinc, Nickel, Tungsten, Germanium, Scandium, Tin, Lanthanum, Yttrium, Silver, Gallium, Zirconium, Vanadium, Beryllium, Tellurium, Bismuth, Hafnium, Terbium, Europium, Gadolinium, Samarium, Cerium, Cesium, Gold, Dysprosium, Holmium, Lutetium, Erbium, Ytterbium, Neodymium, Praseodymium, Niobium, Tantalum, Thorium, Thallium, Rhenium, plus other minerals found in seawater.