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What makes your Liquid Monatomics different?
What makes your Liquid Monatomics different?
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Besides the acquisition process, the manufacturing and handling processes are paramount to making the optimum monatomic elements for our Clients. Our lab prides themselves on their quality and product integrity. Unlike many of the existing suppliers who often sell bacterial ridden products on the net, sometimes even prepared in a shed, our labs can guarantee the safety and standards of the products.

Not only are the products produced with safety and standards in mind but our lab also produces an ormes/ormus product that far surpasses existing technologies. We can say with certainty that existing products on the market contain a very low value of m-state elements due to the intrinsic extraction process and the cost and complexity to properly process these elements. Our lab uses direct mineral extraction via a patented process that exploits excited plasmas during the volatilization stage of the starting metal or mineral that is required.

Other manufacturers can only produce monatomics which are actually diatomics using the standard acid/base extraction method which is not biologically and toxicologically ideal. This process typically yields diatomic forms (or molecules) which people often falsely label as monatomic minerals. Often, in reality, they are diatomic minerals when they are wrongly produced. We term this as pseudo-monatomization and the body simply has great difficulty metabolizing it entirely especially when it comes to transporting it to where it is needed. Also, due to the presence of dangling bonds these molecules tend to grow in size and it becomes even harder if not impossible for the body to properly process them.

True monoatomics are a hybrid matter that cannot exist in a mineral or metallic state since they do not exist in the present state of matter this means they are a non-local physical identity because they are in a new fermionic state of matter only recently identified. The idea of a non-local physical identity is a very challenging concept to wrap ones head around, but it is critical to understand and acknowledge that it is indeed very real, because this is what differentiates our products from all the rest. Additionally, our labs have worked with others who have invested millions of dollars to study and detect their presence. We are very fortunate to have had at our disposal an agency with some truly impressive equipment that allows them to not only isolate but properly identify these materials with extreme confidence.

Their nuclear extracted monoatomics are true singular monatomic clusters (mono-atoms that are separated but not bonded). These are then inserted into a bioavailable totally organic monatomic capsid, which is suspended in ultrapure USP water. Furthermore, when one ingests conventional pseudo-monatomized matter, the acid in the stomach tends to create a sort of undesirable film on the mucous membranes which prevents the m-state elements from properly and quickly penetrating the body and ultimately from reaching the bloodstream.

The use of our monatomic structure capsid accelerates this penetration and m-state transport, resulting in a product that is more powerful and active than any others. The capsid is structured in multiple layers so that it selectively opens in the different phases of absorption once the mucosa enzymes present in the mouth and esophagus trigger it. This selective opening deliberately prevents the M-State elements from being exposed to acidic environment of the stomach. And once the m-state is released, the monatomic capsid remains are expelled by the urine and there is no residual in the body that can be detected.

We ask you to also keep in mind Spagyrics is a serious argument in some European countries and they must meet the standards of pharmacopoeia. The subject is very serious and often we have to silence the critics by very solid arguments. In Spagyrics, the existing today standard recognized by the German Pharmacopoeia (and hence by Ph. Eur and HPUS) involves:

  • Zimpel method

  • Gluckesig method

  • Soluna method

  • Krauss method

  • Pekana method

  • Strathmeyer method

  • Glückselig method

  • Von Bernus Method

The methods Ulrich, Heinz, Luthi, Baumann are allowed but are not recognized as HAB-standards. The methods for the extraction of elements (including radionuclides and radioisotopes) for pharmaceutical application follow the GMP standards internationally recognized and the relevant pharmacopoeias. The plant must be compliant with this standard, recognized and certified.

*These statements have not been approved by the Food and Drug Administration and should not be treated as professional medical advice.

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