- Vagus Nerve; minerals contain Zinc (Melody p. 235, 285, 643)
- Sapphire (Melody p. 715 and Franks p. 408)
- Hemimorphite; Zinc silicate (Melody p.353 and Franks p. 318)
- Herkimer Diamond; Biophysical energy, inward and outward
- Ammonite & Stromatolite; fossil grounding minerals balance neural systems
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- 2 "Zinc in the pathogenesis and treatment of the central nervous system"
- 3 "Zinc in the central nervous system"
- 4 "Zinc and immunity: an essential interrelationship"
- 5 "Zinc as a potential intervention for novel coronavirus"
- 6 "Neuroimmune Interactions: Brain to the immune system"
- 7 "Zinc; signals and immunity"
- 8 "The role of Zinc in antiviral Immunity"
- #1 Dab a line extending from the back of the ear, down the neck, to the middle of the collarbone. Repeat both sides
- #2 Dab a line on the center of the sternum (CV18) down to midway between the sternum and navel (CV12)
- Use 1x/Day for 7 Days then 1-3x/Week for protection
- Use up to 3x/Day if exposed or acute
.125oz | Fuchsite, Amethyst, Amber, Clear Quartz, Azurite, Emerald, Ammonite, Stromatolite, Fluorite, Lepidolite, Rhodochrosite, Blue Aragonite, Hemimorphite, Sapphire & other Crystal minerals
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 minerals crystals charged, healing, and fresh.
These products were developed under the guidance of Dr Heiner Fruehauf, a world-renowned professor of holistic medicine at the National University of Natural Medicine in Portland, Oregon.
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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