The inorganic minerals are the ones that can be accepted into the body, but not assimilated. The inorganic minerals are accumulative, lie in deposits in weakened or injured parts of the body, to later give side effects or after effects.

Often times in purchasing calcium, potassium, phosphorus, iron, zinc, etc., we buy minerals of the inorganic type that has not gone through plant life and by osmosis made organic and given life so it can be assimilated. The type that can be assimilated is from herbs, fruits, vegetables, grains, nuts and seeds.
These are non-toxic, non-poisonous and non-habit forming, if chosen by one who knows assimilable herbs.

What's in it?

  • Horsetail Grass
  • Oat Straw
  • Comfrey Leaves
  • Lobelia

No Added Fillers or Chemicals

Calcium is little understood and often ignorantly administered. While the young growing organism can use relatively large amounts of calcium, a fully matured and solidified body requires less calcium. For middle age, comparatively less than half the amount is necessary. The older age requires a very small amount; above which calcium becomes a very dangerous thing to use, often bringing about most disastrous results, and yet never being thought of as the cause of the chronic suffering, and sometimes death of the patient.

The calcium that does the trouble is the inorganic type.  Of course, inorganic calcium cannot be used in the life process of the cell, but forms instead the greatest number of obstructions to the normal life processes of the human organism.
Organic calcium, as found in some foods and herbs, is distinctly alkaline in reaction such as lemons, limes, oranges, cabbage, cauliflower, celery, lettuce, string beans and onions; while others have an acid reaction upon certain fluids and tissues such as milk, cheese, peas, beans, lentils, cucumbers, radishes, fish, meat, potatoes, and so forth.
Green and leafy vegetables contain calcium chloride, as do many berries and herbs.  Organic calcium chloride is found in red clover, wheat bran, rhubarb, yellow dock, watercress, blue vervain, motherwort, cactus, hawthorn berries, comfrey root, marshmallow, and many others.
It is as though the good Lord knew that millions of us would suffer with some heart trouble, and so made the remedy easily available.  Calcium chloride is a great heart tonic.  In fact, it is so potent and effective in its action upon a weak heart that the great English scientist, Sir Lauder Brunton, said: "Heart failure, which so often follows influenza and pneumonia, may be averted by the extended use of calcium chloride."

Horsetail Grass, Oat Straw, Comfrey Leaves, Lobelia

Capsule form. drink with plenty water.

Take 2 capsules daily.


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