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hatch • female fertility mineral blend
hatch • female fertility mineral blend
hatch • female fertility mineral blend
hatch • female fertility mineral blend

hatch • female fertility mineral blend

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female fertility health
A poor immune system, decreased collagen biosynthesis, and increased Oxidative Stress affects the health of pregnancies. Studies show supplementation of
Zinc, Zn, and Manganese, Mn, improve these conditions. Absorbed through the skin, unprocessed natural minerals are Nature’s perfect micronutrients.
The female body is a complex ecosystem. The intricacies of the ecosystem require minerals to complete biosynthesis to maintain a healthy body. Modern lifestyles, toxins viruses deplete mineral micronutrients   and necessary for good health and the reproductive system.  

Aloe Gel

Use daily as a bath or in Aloe Gel
Bath • 1-2 scoops per basic size tub, 3-4x/Week
Soak 20+ minutes
Aloe Gel • 1-2 scoops per 1 oz Aloe Gel. Apply to the entire body
24+ scoops per bottle

.125oz  |   Rhodochrosite (Mn), Rhodonite (Mn), Mangano (Mn), Ammonite (Gd), Staurolite (Gd), Amethyst, Hemimorphite (Zn), & other Crystal minerals

Patented Process

Our healing mineral crystal powder formulas are packaged in a "Self Charging Bottle." Each has a hematite bead nestled in the powder to keep the mineral crystals charged, healing, and fresh.  

We must share our disclaimer that we are not medical practitioners and cannot give medical advice. Crystals used for healing should be used as a complement to other therapies and not as a replacement for regular medical care. For external use only. 

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